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We’re less than a week out from Easter! Do you have your meal planned? Or will you be going somewhere else? Or are you having a relaxing Sunday at home? With any of the above options, these delicious BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs Brownie Bars will be the perfect Easter treat to make, take and share. I tried BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs last year for the first time and was instantly hooked. I looked forward to them coming out this year like a kid awaits Santa on Christmas morning. If you haven’t tried them yet, don’t worry, this recipe allows for you to hold a few aside to enjoy after Easter comes and goes and you want to cry because you have to wait to buy more until next year. But before you get too distraught, don’t worry, they make the original BUTTERFINGER® Cups all year. Whew. 😉
One of my favorite holiday hacks is to make as much as I can ahead of time for holidays (holidays are for spending time with family, not slaving in the kitchen!), but it can be hard to find foods that will hold up if made ahead of time unless they have a lot of artificial stuff in there to preserve them. BUTTERFINGER® products have always been a fav of mine because they have no artificial colors and flavors… the added colors come from natural sources That’s part of the beauty of these bars is that they can be made 2 to 3 days ahead still taste fresh and delicious (just store them in an airtight container) for Easter.
BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs Brownie Bars
Makes 16 bars
1 package Brownie Mix, prepared in a 13 x 9″ pan
2/3 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup water
3 packages BUTTERFINGER® Cup Eggs 6pk
½ bag BUTTERFINGER® NestEggs (about 20 pieces)
Peanut Butter Sauce (optional)
Preheat oven to 350®.
Coarsely chop BUTTERFINGER® NestEggs in a food processor or blender.
Prepare brownie mix according to directions. Mix in chopped BUTTERFINGER® NestEggs.
Allow to cool completely.
Place a BUTTERFINGER® Cup Egg on top of the brownies and cut, using the egg as a pattern. Repeat with remaining eggs.
Top the brownie bars with a dollop of peanut butter sauce for some Easter egg adornment.
What are your fav Easter treats? Do you think these would be a hit at your Easter celebration? Early indicators say they will be at mine. Aka the test batch is GONE.
Peep out (sorry, I couldn’t resist! 🙂 )Walmart’s NESTLE® page and their MEGA Easter candy aisle, BUTTERFINGER®‘s page for more treat ideas with no artificial colors or flavors, as well as the Flavorful Moments Pinterest board for even more yummy recipe inspiration!
Thanks for reading and have a great week!