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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Brownie Dessert Bar for the Football Fan

Calling all Seattle Seahawks fans.
#12's--where are you?
It's time for some Seattle Seahawks love.
Yes, they lost their game on Sunday and they're not looking too good this week, but don't let that get you down.  We still have many games left, which means many parties to host!
...and speaking of hosting.
Watching a football game is a great excuse to invite friends over and have a casual TV watching event. Take a look at this easy Brownie Dessert Bar we had with our friends while watching the Hawks.



Make your own Brownie Dessert Bar.

It doesn't take an all-star line up to score big with this Brownie Bar. Take a look at how smooth and simple, this 'win' comes together with a few ingredients, a pan of brownies and some key 'rules of the game'.
Make your own Brownie Dessert Bar.
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Rule #1 Read the signs!
Good signage and labels is a must for any party...it totally elevates the event.  Do you have one of these light boxes?
(aff.link)  They sure make a statement and they're so easy to set up--just change out the letters!
Brownie Sundae Bar with caramel and chocolate.
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Rule #2  Hold a strong line!

'Line' up your supplies in an area easily accessible for guests to help themselves.  2 Little Dippers Crockpots may be small in size, but offer a big punch.  1 pot is filled with caramel (I used this kind.) and 1 pot is filled with chocolate. I used these chalkboard tags tied around the crockpots to label what's inside.

Make your own Brownie Dessert Bar for your next game.
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Rule #3  Set up some great plays!
Mini marshmallows, crushed graham crackers, chopped nuts and M&M's make some great toppings 'plays'!  I used plastic football dishes found at the Dollar Tree and mini footballs to add to the theme.  Chalkboard stands label each topping and did you see these M&M's?  They're Seahawks printed M&M's!  I found these at our local grocery store.


Host a Brownie Bar.  Start with ice cream and a brownie.


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OK, you know the rules--now it's time to run that ball!
Place 1 scoop of ice cream and 1 warm brownie in each football dish.  I've tried many homemade brownie recipes before, but the whole family really prefers this boxed kind the best.  I do, too.  It's fast, easy and always tastes amazing!
Host a brownie bar where the guests can serve themselves.

Each guest chooses what toppings to add to their dish.
Choose a drizzle of caramel or chocolate or both.
Choose a sprinkle of nuts, marshmallows, graham crackers and M&M's.  Whatever 'play' works best.
Host a brownie bar where the guests can serve themselves.


And that is what you call a Touchdown!  Score!



Of course, this doesn't HAVE to be a Seahawks party...this doesn't even have to be a football party.
Make a brownie bar for whatever team you root for.
GO HAWKS!



Seahawks Brownie Dessert Party Decor


 
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