Pirate Cannonball Brownie Bites Recipe

brownie bite pirate cannonballs recipe

A few years ago, my daughter decided that she wanted a Hello Kitty Pirate Party.

Not just a pirate party.

Not just a Hello Kitty party.


Nope, she very specifically wanted a Hello Kitty Pirate Party. And, like an idiot, I said yes.

After a lot of hair pulling and researching and a Hello Kitty pirate cake collaboration that almost caused divorce, we put together a Hello Kitty Pirate Party for a girl. (And, trust me, even just a few short years ago there were not a lot of pirate things geared toward a girl.)


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A huge hit at our party were these brownie bites that we made and called “Pirate Cannonball Bites.” (All of the food at our party had a pirate theme.) And, because they’re so easy (and yummy), I thought I would share this recipe with you in case you’re incorporating some pirates stuff into your homeschooling studies. These are fun and are a good project for all ages!

Pirate Themed Food: Pirate Cannonballs

(recipe below)

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Pirate Cannonball Brownie Bites
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brownie bite pirate cannonballs recipe
Pirate Cannonball Brownie Bites
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Instructions
  1. Bake the brownies according to the package directions. Let cool completely.
  2. Scoop the baked brownies into a large bowl, breaking them apart.
  3. Add 1/4 cup of vanilla icing and stir. (I actually use my hands to squish everything around.) If the brownies are too dry, add more vanilla icing until you get the consistency where you can shape the brownie mixture into balls.
  4. Shape the brownie mixture into balls and set aside.
  5. Melt the two packages of Wilton’s chocolate candy melts over low heat. Stir until completely melted and keep on stove over low.
  6. Drop brownie balls into the melted chocolate and spoon melted chocolate over the bites until completely covered.
  7. Remove chocolate covered brownie bites and places on wax paper to set.
  8. Repeat steps 6-7 until all of the brownie bites are covered.
Recipe Notes

The number of "cannonballs" this recipe makes will depend on how large or small you make your cannonball brownies. ENJOY from HomeschoolSuperFreak.com!

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