Bake-Up Brownie Rounds
Item #1910. Rich, scrumptious mini-brownies filled with semi-sweet chocolate chips bake up in minutes using a muffin pan. Approximately 36 brownie dough pieces per tub.
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Meet our newest product, Bake-Up Brownie Rounds. Already a coveted favorite, these rich, chewy brownies are suprisingly chocolatey and will please even the most demanding cocoa addict!
You can bake them in a muffin pan, mini-muffin pan, or -- in a pinch -- just on a cookie sheet. Made in a muffin pan, they are thick and chewy, something to sink your teeth into. When prepared on a cookie sheet, they come out flatter and work amazingly well for assembling brownie ice cream sandwiches with your favorite gelato or frozen yogurt. Any way you bake them up, they are filled with the same gourmet Barry Callebaut semi-sweet chocolate chips that we use in our famous Chocolate Chip cookies.
Our office is already hearing customer stories come back about how our Bake-Up Brownie Rounds are the talk of potlucks, book clubs, and housewarming parties all over the U.S. Bake-Up Brownie Rounds are exclusive to Otis Spunkmeyer Fundraising, so don't miss out on the opportunity to get your hands on them! The sealed freezer tubs will keep the product fresh for up to a year in your freezer, so buying too much is virtually impossible!
Liz Greene, our Digital Marketing Manager, says, "For a half-the-calories indulgence, try cutting the brownie dough pieces in half, and then baking them up in a mini-muffin pan. (Baking time will be a lot less this way, so keep an eye on them.) The tiny little brownie bites are astoundingly delicious, make for elegant dessert creations, and you can bake up just a couple at a time for portion control in your household."
Approximately 34 frozen brownie round pieces per tub.
Ingredients:CHOCOLATE CHIPS (SUGAR, UNSWEETENED CHOCOLATE, COCOA BUTTER, SOY LECITHIN [EMULSIFIER], VANILLA EXTRACT, SALT), ENRICHED BLEACHED FLOUR (BLEACHED WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN, REDUCED IRON, THIAMINE MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID), SUGAR, MARGARINE (PALM OIL, BUTTER [CREAM, SALT], WATER, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF SALT, VEGETABLE MONO & DIGLYCERIDES, NATURAL FLAVOR, CITRIC ACID, VITAMIN A PALMITATE ADDED, BETA CAROTENE [COLOR]), EGGS, CORN SYRUP, GLYCERIN, COCOA (PROCESSED WITH ALKALI), CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: MONO- AND DIGLYCERIDES, SODIUM ALGINATE, SALT, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, BAKING SODA, MALTED BARLEY EXTRACT, CARAMEL COLOR.
Contains: Soybeans, Wheat, Milk and Eggs
Do not thaw before use. Keep frozen in original packaging. Baking time and temperature will vary from oven to oven so watch brownies closely towards the end of baking time.
PREP: Preheat oven to 350° F.
BAKE: Using a standard 3" round non stick muffin pan place one brownie dough piece into each muffin cup. Bake for 14-16 minutes or until firm on the edges but still a little soft in the center. Grease the bottom of each muffin cup lightly when using a non-coated muffin pan.
COOL: Remove the muffin pan from the oven and allow to cool. Try twisting them out by hand or use a spatula to help remove them.
Recent success stories
Because Otis Spunkmeyer has been around a long time, everyone knows that they’re getting a quality product, which makes the annual fundraiser easier for everyone involved.
Julie set a goal to try to sell 120 tubs of dough, and she and her team surpassed that, selling 155 and raising more than $1100 for the Desmoid Research Foundation.
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