Poverty, But Easy and Delicious Brownie Heart Cakes

So, we all know that today was Valentines Day. I am a bit late, but I hope you all had a fabulous day with your loved ones. I spent it with my two beautiful babies, my hubby had to work 🙁

I decided to make some special treats for my kids and hubs, and so I went to work in that kitchen of mine. Actually, I am pretty happy with myself, because I did not have little heart cake pans, so I improvised. I molded some silver foil around my heart shaped cookie cutter and made the little cake holders that way! Not too shabby, huh? We call them Poverty, But Easy and Delicious Brownie Heart Cakes!

My Silver foil heart shaped (maybe a bit poverty??) cake pans…

How To Make:

You will need a box of brownie mix and the ingredients on that box. A can of chocolate frosting, red hot candies, sugared nuts (that sounds bad…), and heath bits (or whatever topping you so desire…).

Make brownie mix

Pour into already made little silver foil heart tins

put into the oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes

Let cool

pop them out of the little heart tins

and decorate!

Easy, delicious and EVERYONE will love them!!

Before the oven….

After the oven (and out of their silver foil shell)…

Decorating and Enjoying!

And, one ESPECIALLY for hubby…

What did you do for Valentines Day? 🙂

Kim

Comments

  1. Ronda Flores says:

    LOL! I spent valentine’s day with my cat.

  2. delicious and cute

  3. I have to try these, they look so good

  4. Rebecca Shockley says:

    These look absolutely delicious, my daughter say’s we have to make these today, lol!

  5. So cute! love the pans!

  6. What a great idea! I love how these turned out. Can’t wait to try them myself. =)

  7. Megan Owens says:

    Super cute brownies!

  8. Rebecca says:

    How cool are these?! They look so delicious…something my daughters would love to help me make 🙂

  9. This is such a cute idea! I never thought of making mini-cake pans from foil and cookie cutters, but this would be a fantastic way to bake more on a college budget. They make such cute and appropriate serving sizes, too.

  10. Natalie Kipper says:

    I spent valentine’s day with my cat. Yup, I put whip cream on his wet food as a special surprise.

  11. Stacie Frost says:

    Very cool! My little boy will love to help make these! It’s on the books for our weekend cooking time together! LOL! They look great and I bet they taste great!

  12. Wow that is so smart and inventive. You take using whatever is in your pantry to another level. Brava! I love them. I was in school for my valentine’s day but I did make mini cake treats for all my classmates and instructors to share the love 🙂

  13. Those turned out so pretty and look so yummy! Thanks for sharing the how-to with us 😉

  14. so glad i stumbled across this! now i want to make some of these! we dont have heart shaped cookie cutters but we do have lot of other candy pieces!

  15. Aw, that came out so cute! what a great idea! I would of never thought about that! great way to improvise… hehe…
    my hub worked too : / but he had a special dinner waiting at home. He brought a heart shaped ice cream cake and we had it for dessert 🙂
    I am going to try this! Thanks!

  16. Oh my! I want the one you made for hubby.

  17. That looks delicious, esp the one for your dh! Yum! Love those pans!

  18. Looks so good. I made cupcakes with smarties and sprinkles, but I like your heart shapes better.

  19. That looks WAY too delicious! We stayed home for dinner and watched The Bachelor. Boring, I know, but we did all the fun stuff over the weekend instead.

  20. Very nice! You did a great job.

  21. What a creative and frugal idea! I looked at heart shaped pans but didn’t want to store them OR spend the money on them! I love it!

  22. yum! sounds like a delish combo

  23. YUM! These looks like fun!

  24. Very Cute! My daughter would love these!!

  25. That’s really neat! 🙂

  26. Aww Kim so sweet *and yummy* 🙂 We didn’t do anything, I did prepare a favorite meal of Tortellini, but that’s about it.