Spooky Grain-free Spider Web Brownies

Grain-free Spider Web Brownies- made with paleo-friendly boxed brownie mix, this festive dessert is easy to make and perfect for everyone to enjoy!

It’s hard to believe this is my first Halloween themed treat on the blog. I guess it took becoming a mom to finally get me in the spirit. Although I can’t give myself too much credit because these brownies are about as simple as it gets thanks to my friends over at Bob’s Red Mill.

They came out with a grain-free brownie mix that’s made with wholesome ingredients like almond flour and coconut sugar for a more nutrient dense treat that doesn’t disappoint. All you need are eggs, oil, and about 30-minutes until you’ve got a batch of warm brownies on the counter.

How to Make Spider Web Brownies

  1. Using Bob’s Red Mill brownie mix makes preparation super easy. Just whisk together the eggs and oil, add the brownie mix and stir then transfer to a baking dish and bake.
  2. Once the brownies are cool you can whisk together the icing by combining powdered sugar and a splash of milk in a bowl, then transfer that to a silicone bottle (or a plastic baggie with the corner tip cut off) and pipe your spider webs on top of the brownies.
  3. To achieve a similar look as what you see in the photos you can do a mix of concentric circles in the center of each brownie or half circles on the corners. Then you drag the tip of a toothpick outward in lines to create the spider web effect.

Grain-free Spider Web Brownies- made with paleo-friendly boxed brownie mix, this festive dessert is easy to make and perfect for everyone to enjoy!

These brownies are perfect for a Halloween potluck, especially because they could not be easier to make. And if you’re looking for an incredible grain-free brownie mix, you’ll definitely want to check out Bob’s Red Mill. The texture is so fudgy and they are perfectly sweet!

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Spooky Grain-free Spider Web Brownies

Made with paleo-friendly boxed brownie mix, this festive dessert is easy to make and perfect for everyone to enjoy!
Prep Time30 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time50 mins
Servings: 9 brownies

Ingredients

  • 1 package Grain-free Brownie Mix
  • 3 eggs
  • ¾ cup melted and cooled coconut oil
  • ½ cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tablespoon non-dairy milk

Instructions

  • Prepare the brownie mix as directed on the back of the package. After baking, set brownie aside to cool completely.
  • Make frosting by whisking together the powdered sugar and milk and in a small bowl. It will seem very thick and that is what you want. Don't add more milk. Just keep stirring and it will eventually become a smooth, thick icing.
  • Transfer to a bag or silicone bottle (my preferred method) for piping. Cut the brownies into squares then pipe spider webs onto each square. You can either do concentric circles starting from the center or half circles in the corner. Using a toothpick, drag it through the icing in evenly spaced lines to create a web appearance.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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