Traci’s Buzzer Beater Brownie Sundaes!

March 10, 2014 AT 12:00 pm 9 Comments

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of REESE’S® Brand for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

We are going to talk about two important things today…Chocolate and Basketball.

I love watching the basketball games during college basketball season, but I love EVEN MORE eating chocolate while watching those basketball games.  Smile

Agree?

So to celebrate this fun time of year, I’ve teamed up with REESE’S® brand and Walmart® to bring you my very own original recipe!

Let me introduce my recipe for the first time to the public…drum roll, please…..

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I helped create one of 32 fun REESE’S® recipes that can be found at REESE’S® Baking Bracket Challenge

Fans who vote for MY RECIPE {hint, hint} or other Game Day Recipes in a bracket-style contest will be entered for a chance to win a daily prize $100 Walmart® gift card.

RECIPE:  Traci’s Buzzer Beater Brownie Sundaes!

Items needed:

Boxed Brownie Mix {I used Betty Crocker’s Ultimate Fudge Brownie Mix with Hershey’s.}

Egg, Oil, Water {for brownie mix}

1 pint Whipping Cream

1/3 cup Sugar

Approximately 12 Small Canning Jars

Reese’s Pieces

Reese’s Mini’s {unwrapped}

REESE’S® Peanut Butter Cups Miniatures

Vanilla Ice Cream

Tube of Chocolate Icing

Optional Decorating Items:

Paper Flags on Toothpicks

Candy Basketball Decoration

String

Plastic Spoons

Team Napkins

 

Step One:  Prepare boxed brownie mix in a bowl.

Step Two:  Fill canning jars 1/3 full of brownie mix.

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Step Three:  Bake brownie mix in jars for approximately 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees.

Step Four:  Let brownies cool.

Step Five:  Mix 1/3 cup of sugar and heavy whipping cream together with a mixer until light and fluffy.

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Step Six:  Layer canning jar in this order:  brownie, orange Reese’s Pieces, one scoop of vanilla ice cream, Reese’s Minis, and whipped cream.

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Step Seven:  Decorate the jars with string, spoons, toothpick flags, and candy basketballs {attached to bite sized Reese’s Miniature Cup}

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Step Eight:  Enjoy while cheering on your favorite team!

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Let’s just say that these were a HUGE HIT with my boys!  They gobbled them right up!  SmileIt will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth and give you energy to cheer on your favorite team!

for your favorite recipe at REESE’S® Baking Bracket Challenge.

{Please vote for me.}

Remember, each day you vote, you are entered to win a $100 Walmart Gift Card!

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Comments

  1. Love these so much! I’d love to share these on my site, if that’s okay with you. Go Big Blue!!!
    Deanna @ Mirabelle Creations recently posted..{Recipes} Mini Leprechaun Key Lime Pie Doughnuts for the Celebration Shoppe

  2. Oh my gosh….I voted for you!! All the recipes looked incredible! Where did you find those cute basketballs?
    Bring on March Madness!!

  3. Michelle says:

    I tried voting for you but when I clicked on your recipe it took me to the recipe and not a place to vote. I’ll try again later. Yours looks so good. My boys and husband will love this. We are a house full of peanut butter lovers. Can’t wait to make these.

    • Hi Michelle! Thank you so much for trying to vote for me! :) You just need to click on the “vote now” button, and it will take you through the brackets. When you get to my recipe, you can vote for it.
      Thanks again, sweetie! xoxo

      • Michelle says:

        I was having a blond moment but I finally figured it out and voted for your recipe and I pinned it. I can’t wait to make. It it looks so good. Good luck.

  4. I tried to vote and I got a blank page. This looks so yummy. Sorry I can’t vote but I sure would have.

    God Bless

  5. girl, I’ve totally been voting for you! partially because I love them, and partially bc I have to pass yours to get to mine! ;)

  6. Traci!

    These are unbelievable. I’d like to make these for my sons guests for a going away party. He is going to play college basketball in Arkansas.
    Get idea…..the only problem is we live in Arizona and right now and for the next few weeks it’s going to peak at 105 degrees. Do you have an alternative idea for the ice cream portion of this dessert. I know the heavy cream and chocolate may be an issue as well but hopefully not as much as the ice cream. I just love this idea but not sure what to do?

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