Brownie Bowls From Chicago Metallic – Enter To Win Yours – And Birthday Oreo Ice Cream!

A few weeks ago I was catching up on my favorite blogs, and reading about Bakerella’s trip to the Home and Housewares Show when I spotted a new product from Chicago Metallic – an amazing mold to make Brownie Bowls.  Shut the front door.  BROWNIE BOWLS.

I couldn’t hurry myself over to the Chicago Metallic website fast enough.  And there they were.   An amazing set of Brownie Bowls for $10.99.   Shopping cart, checkout, start stalking UPS trucks…   And they arrived.   The UPS left them by the door and ran back to his truck (I think he’s afraid of me – sometimes I get really excited when I know that he’s bringing me stuff like, well, Brownie Bowls).

The possibilities are endless.  Ice cream. Mousse.  Fruit.  My morning cereal.  Think of all the ways to use them!   So let’s give them a try.

Because I’m on a bit of a Hot Cocoa kick lately, I decided to try some Hot Cocoa Brownies.  Here’s what you need…

Hot Cocoa Brownie Bowls
Makes Four Bowls

3/4 Cup All Purpose Flour
1/4 of Hot Cocoa Mix
1/4 cup of Cocoa
1 tsp baking powder
1 stick of butter, melted
1 Tablespoon Oil (such as canola, vegetable, coconut..)
1 tsp vanilla
3/4 cup sugar
1 egg

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Combine butter, oil, vanilla, sugar and egg in one bowl, and combine dry ingredients in a separate bowl.   If you butter is still hot from melting, mix it with the sugar prior to adding the egg to it.  Add wet ingredients to dry and stir until combined.  Spray your Brownie Bowls with cooking spray.   I put my brownie batter into a large Ziploc bag, clipped off the end and piped it into the Brownie Bowls.   Because it’s a fairly thick recipe, I did have to spread it with a mini spreader to get it to fit the mold perfectly.    I cooked two bowls at a time, and each took about 17 minutes, but ovens vary, so plan between 15-20 minutes.   Remove from oven, let cool a few moments.  Transfer onto plate or cooling rack.   Clean your Brownie Bowl molds, respray, refill and repeat baking.

The Brownie Bowls worked wonderfully and came out of the molds so easily.  LOVE these.

While you could just eat the bowl, I mean it is a brownie, it’s probably more fun to actually fill it with something, right?  Well when I saw that Breyers made a Birthday Oreo Ice Cream, it simply had to be put in a Brownie Bowl.


I really love these Brownie Bowls.  So much fun.  So many possibilities.

Chicago Metallic has agreed to give three of my readers their own set of Brownie Bowls.  Yay!!!

To enter, leave a comment on this post telling me WHAT YOU WOULD MAKE WITH BROWNIE BOWLS.   For additional entries, you can follow Love From The Oven and Chicago Metallic on Facebook & Twitter and share this giveaway with your friends.  Please use Rafllecopter (below) to enter – it’s super easy!   Three readers will be selected at random to win.   Open to US Residents only.   Thank you to Chicago Metallic for sponsoring this awesome giveaway and good luck to all who enter!


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  1. Emily S. says

    Since I’ve given up chocolate for lent, I’m all about chocolate right now and craving it madly. I would make chocolate brownie bowls, filled with a chunky peanut butter frosting, topped with a chocolate drizzle. Sounds like heaven!

  2. Sarah says

    I would use a chocolate mousse filling with the brownie bowls. You are right, there are so many possibilities for the bowls.

  3. andrea says

    Where to start – little pound cakes with chocolate mousse. Little blondie cups with ice cream. Little rice krispie treat cups with peanut butter mousse and chocolate ganache. I need one of these pans!

  4. Rachel B. says

    Mmm, those would make lovely Black Forest “shortcakes” with cherry pie filling (pref. homemade) and whipped cream.

  5. LaTisha says

    Yum, this looks delicious. I’d love to make brownie bowls and fill them with a white chocolate mousse.

  6. Runa Gupta says

    Just looking at these gives me ideas to use the molds for rice Krispy treat bowls, graham cracker shell molds. And possibly just cake bowls. Fillings could range from fresh fruit and whipped cream, key lime pie filling, custard, mousse… Oh gosh! I want to win!!!

  7. Denise K says

    I would make blondie and brownie bowls for my twins ice cream birthday party. We would use these instead of bowls. Filling them with ice cream, mousse, whipped cream and fruit.

    Awesome giveaway! Thank you for hosting!

  8. Carol Rich says

    I would soooo make that Oreo brownie bowl for my son. Brownies, Oreos & ice cream are his favorite..he would be in HEAVEN!

  9. Brandy says

    My husband and I love eating brownies and ice cream so this would be perfect! I would love to try it with Oreo’s birthday icecream! Yummy!

  10. Robyn says

    I have a friend who loves chocolate and caramel. I would make brownie bowls and fill them with homemade vanilla ice cream overflowing with homemade caramel and then top with whipped cream. I think he would love me forever!

  11. Carol Ann Ward says

    My strawberry sauce topped with cheesecake filling (or bake small cheesecakes in a cupcake pan). Perhaps graham cracker crumbs on top. Oh, yea. I’m hungry now! 😉

  12. jody says

    My Dad has a soft ice cream machine at their home. The family gathers frequently for ice cream. Imagine how brownie bowls would add to the fun?

  13. Denise M says

    This is such a great idea! I would make gluten free brownie sundaes. Gluten free brownies with vanilla ice cream and the magic shell chocolate syrup

  14. Kim Russo says

    I would make fudge gf brownies for my family who eats gluten free, and then I would add our favorite ice cream and toppings!

  15. Jen says

    Wow! I need to have these! If I won them I would definitely make brownie bowls and I would top them with ice creams and lots of hot fudge!

  16. Tanya K. Moyer says

    These are sooo cool! I would love to win these! I’d definitely make brownie bowls, but filling those bowls would be so fun! So many different ideas….chocolate mousse, pastry cream, ice cream….yum!!!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  17. Bianca Reynolds says

    I would use these to make brownie sundaes for my daughter’s first birthday. Everyone would love them.

  18. Janice E says

    The possibilities are astounding – shortcakes, lemon cake filled with blueberries, chocolate with raspberries, anything with ice cream, etc.!

  19. Cecily says

    I would make a brownie and fill it with peanut butter mousse. Then cover it in melted chocolate and peanut butter cups.

  20. laura h. says

    the possibilities are endless. brownies,cakes,cookies to mold and then fill with puddings,mousses,ice cream and fruit. i would make bailey’s irish cream brownies filled with an irish cream mouse topped with home made whipped cream and chocolate curls…….

  21. Kasey says

    Oooooh, I’m thinking that marshmallow and caramel would be yummy inside. Or anything really. Those look delish!

  22. Tammy says

    I would make the brownies bowls, but also I’m thinking chocolate chip cookies bowls would be yummy, too.

  23. ileena says

    can i just steal your ice cream bowl idea? oh my goodness. maybe with cherry vanilla ice cream though??? lol

  24. Shannon Glaser says

    I would use my all-time favorite scratch brownie recipe and fill it with Bluebell Homemade Vanilla ice cream while the bowl was still warm. I’d drizzle a little chocolate syrup over it. Yum!!!!

  25. Tara C says

    I think I would make a brownie strawberry layer cake. somewhat like a strawberry shortcake. layers of chocolate & strawberries, and some fresh whipped cream!

  26. Kelly Thompson says

    We love Chili’s Molten Lava cakes and the Brownie Molds would give us a lot of different options for variations of those.

  27. Sarah says

    I love those!!! I would definitely be making brownie bowls to fill with ice cream and top with hot fudge. YUM!!!

  28. Carla H. says

    I would love to use the brownie molds to make the Oreo Birthday Ice Cream Bowls just like you’ve done!

  29. Tammie says

    I think the real question is what “wouldn’t” you put in the brownie bowls…..right now I can’t think of one thing. The possibilities are endless!

  30. Jessica says

    I’d fill them with the best quality vanilla bean ice cream I could find and cover the whole thing in warm Nutella!

  31. Claire D says

    Yummm… I would make salad. JUST KIDDING, I’d make a brownie bowl with oreo ice cream and chocolate dipped banana pieces.

  32. Debbie says

    How cool! Great idea! I like that they can be used for brownies, but I think cake would work too when you don’t want something as heavy. Hmmm…I haven’t made home-made Malt Chocolate Chip ice cream for a while. Perhaps some of that in a warm brownie bowl.

  33. Laura E says

    how cool… thinking of doing a tea party and these would make cool little bowls with lemon curds and whipped cream.

  34. says

    Wow! What a fantasticly fun idea! 😀 I think I’d see if I could try some add-ins to the batter (nuts, chocolate chips maybe) and I’d like to try them to make a chocolate brownie version of strawberry shortcake – with strawberry ice cream filling, then whipped topping and fresh strawberries and strawberry syrup! *bliss!*

  35. says

    I would love the brownie bowls as a quickie, individual cheesecake base. Of course, also for brownie hot fudge sundaes – how cool to have a few of these in my freezer to just pop out and us. Yummo!

  36. Kalah says

    I would definitely make brownie bowls but also a blonde brownie bowl with a homemade banana filling a different take on banana pudding…

  37. Danielle says

    i would do ice cream too! i hate how when it’s just ice cream on top of a brownie, you have to chase your ice cream around, and then it ends up falling off of the brownie, and you don’t get a combo-bite. here, it’s all perfect and contained for you! <3

  38. says

    I would make brownie bowls for holding chocolate covered strawberries! and in Sept I figure out somehow to make them ‘Cars’ themed for my son’s birthday!

  39. Melissa says

    I would add some cookie dough bites, vanilla ice cream and top it off with hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry!

  40. Maria says

    For something super decadent, I’d make brownie bowls and fill them with chocolate gnache, maybe drizzled with caramel.

  41. Shaun Beecher says

    I like Oder brownie bowls u Can tell me how much cost u give. Me I will Oder money send u ok. Thank. Shaun u need my adress or ur adress . It is awesome !

  42. Stacy says

    I would make my healthy brownies recipe for my son and fill it with goodies like peanut butter and SPRINKLES!!!

  43. Bjradke says

    I’m thinking that as much as I love brownies and I love apricots that I would whip up some whip cream mix with Solo brand apricot filling, chill and then fill the bowls. Sounds like a winner to me.

  44. says

    I would make brownies because the hubby and kids would get a kick out of these! They love chocolate, and ice cream; what better way to put the two together! I enjoy those two as well, but I would probably whip some cream and then fold in a bit of softened/sweetened cream cheese and melted chocolate then put that in my brownie bowl :-)

  45. Megan says

    These are awesome! I would live to fill mine with ripe strawberries and some dark chocolate ice cream!! Maybe some whipped cream on top too. Mmmmm I’m soo drooling right now!!

  46. melissa h says

    I saw these on Bakerella’s site too. I would start with a turtle brownie sundae, but the possibilities are endless. Such a great idea.

  47. tl batuski says

    I would make my kids very happy!
    Actually, aside from the ice cream bowls, I’d like to make a chocolate mousse to put in them, then sprinkle with andes mint chips. Yum!

  48. Elizabeth Ray says

    I’d make my own white cake dessert cups for strawberry shortcake, rather than those pre-packaged ckes you buy at the grocery for this.

  49. Yessenia says

    I’d love to try and use the molds to make angel food bowls and fill them with homemade whipped cream and fresh strawberries – perfect for summer! If that fails, a nice brownie bowl filled with peanut butter cup cheesecake and topped with ganache would work too 😉 Yum!

  50. Heather G says

    I would make a sundae with raspberry fudge ice cream and topped with chocolate syrup and whipped cream. Yum!

  51. says

    What a wonderful idea! I would make homemade vanilla bean ice cream then top it off with hot fudge, caramel sauce & toasted coconut & extra brownie crumbles & make a Turtle Brownie Bowl! Yummie!

  52. Leah K. says

    I’m saving all I can for cash right now, but hmm, our anniversary is coming up… ice cream bowls with strawberries?

  53. Kiriel says

    oh my goodness…I think I would make banana pudding or maybe chocolate mousse with strawberries in it and a chocolate drizzle…Now i’m hungry!

  54. Mary beth says

    I would fill them with ice cream too! But them maybe dip them in white chocolate first and then sprinkles around the edges…

  55. says

    I would absolutely make those 100 Year Old Oreo Birthday Cake brownie bowl that YOU made! But..but..but…I live in a tiny little town and they are NO WHERE to be found! The Birthday Oreo’s! I am SO SAD!! I’d come up with something else tho’!

  56. Missie Petersen says

    I would totally make these for my birthday coming in a couple of weeks. I would fill them with blue bell praline crunch ice cream.

  57. ariana says

    I would try making some regular brownie bowls, and fill them with peanut butter cookie crumbles and frosting! mmmm rich

  58. gina says

    My sons bday is on 4/15! He just said,”mom, these look amazing!”. I would love to surprise him for his birthday!

  59. Meredith Scheppel says

    I would make a dessert take on soup in a bread bowl! I would fill it with a creamy strawberry or raspberry soup sprinkled with cocoa powder and a dollop of whipped cream!

  60. Amy H. says

    I am so making the brownie bowls layered with caramel, whipped cream, chocolate pudding, and strawberries…yummy!

  61. Paola says

    why stop at brownie bowls? the options are limitless! blondie bowls, cookie dough bowls, pound cake bowls, banana bread bowls (?)..not to mention the variety of fillings for each one! gosh i’m really excited about this giveaway, fingers crossed for winning, many thanks for sharing!

  62. Janie Evans says

    I would make brownies for sure and then fill them with Orange sherbert topped off with chocolate sprinkles. YUM

  63. Lisa says

    Definitely brownie bowls! But I wonder if you could use these to make bread bowls to serve soup/chili in?!

  64. says

    I would make mini chocolate pies. Use the brownie bowl to make brownie ‘pie crust’ and fill it with strawberries or blueberries. even a coconut pie filling would be good. mini pies!!

  65. Theresa Mullen says

    OMG – Love the thought of these. I would fill one with fruit and a chocolate drizzle and a second one with Chocolate Peanut Ice Cream. I will share them with my kids.

  66. Wendy says

    I would make 28 bowls and send them with my son to school for his Kindergarten Spring Sundae party. No doubt they will b a huge hit!

  67. says

    I would definitely make the brownie bowls and fill them with:
    1. graham cracker
    2. toasted marshmallows
    4. a chocolate dipped graham cracker (or perhaps some Teddy can never get too old for them, I swear!)
    5. maybe some caramel drizzle.. who says a brownie/s’more can’t go gourmet?

  68. lauren n. says

    I would make a banana walnut brownie and fill it with vanilla ice cream. to top it all off, it needs caramel sauce! :)

  69. Tracey J says

    Ice cream sundaes would be a big hit around my house. I am sure I would find something yummy on Pinterest to experiment with.

  70. Kim Barrett says

    LOVE these new brownie bowls. also saw them on Angie’s blog, I would of loved to attend that event. This is a great giveaway, and hope Im lucky to win. I would do custom sundaes in them and let the grandkids sprinkle away.
    Was so happy to see them available for purchase. Also noted that some retailers will be carrying them also. Sweet. Kim

  71. Allison says

    These are awesome! I would serve them as adult floats! Think about it…brownie bowls, caramel bourbon ice cream, a drizzle of your favorite bourbon, and caramel sauce hidden in the bottom for a wonderful surprise! You could have your guests pick from a variety of ice creams and alcohols too!

  72. Julie says

    These bowls are super cute! :) would prob use for a girls night! :) lol…. brwonies and ice cream :) a little simple but hey?!?! :)

  73. michelle Q says

    I would do mini layered dessert! Layer of chocolate ganache, layer of raspberry filling, another layer of ganache! Top with fresh whipped cream sprinkle with chocolate curls and top with fresah raspberrys!!

  74. Christy K says

    I’d start with regular brownie mix and branch out from there! Adding cinnamon might be fun. Homemade ice cream would be sublime in these.

  75. Barb says

    Mmm! The brownie bowls with Oreo ice cream look SO good. At 8 months pregnant, anything with ice cream sounds good! I’m thinking something with either peanut butter or caramel.

  76. Donita says

    I think I would mold peanut butter cookie dough in them and make a peanut butter bowl. Then fill it with chocolate pudding and top with whipped cream!

  77. Jacqui says

    I would definitely make these Oreo sundaes, they look amazing!! the possibilities with brownie bowls are endless though :-)

  78. Sarah says

    The possibilities are endless! I would love to make ice cream bowls or fill them with fruit and whipped cream.

  79. Katie says

    Oh.. My husband saw your pictures. Now he REALLY wants brownie bowls… You may have created a monster…

  80. says

    These are so fun! I would make some special banana ice cream or fill it with fruit– what a cute way to serve dessert at a party too!

  81. Kate says

    Positively delightful!!! I would definitely have to fill them with a big scoop of homemade huckleberry icecream with hot fudge, fresh cream and sprinkles. Mmmmmm.

  82. Natalie J Vandenberghe says

    I think I would make a brownie bowl that had marshmallow creme, caramel, and peanut butter (oh, nuts, too)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  83. Stephanie Krenek says

    My mouth is watering just reading everyone else’s ideas! I would make my famous brownie pie with Blue Bell homemade vanilla and homemade fudge sauce. Only a million calories, but SO worth it!

  84. Hillary says

    I think I’d have to filled them with homemade ice cream. Either chocolate chip mint – or fresh strawberry with dark chocolate chunks!

  85. Jennifer says

    I’d try all different flavors of ice cream… you know, just to experiment. Also whipped cream or pudding would be good inside. Yum!!

  86. Stacey Sun says

    Oh man!!! I showed this to both my sisters and they screamed. We get super excited about brownies and THIS IS AMAZING!!!! Brownie bowls! We all agreed that we would fill them with more chocolate!! Chocolate ice cream, more brownies, smarties, chocolate bar chunks, syrup etc.. LOVE!!!

  87. Soriayah Z says

    I would make a cinnamon ice cream to eat inside of the brownie bowl with spice cookie crumbles on top!

  88. Toni says

    What would I make with Brownie bowls? Everything. I would make the brownie ice cream sundaes, definitely. I would probably also try to find some way to bake biscuit bowls to fill with soup or stew. Yum. If only I can find a way to make breakfast out of them, I’d be all brownie bowls, all the time.

  89. Sara says

    Hmm… tin roof sundaes, a black forest cake sundae. something resembling a german chocolate cake. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!

  90. Pia says

    I would make little shortbreads and fill with Rote Grutze (which is basically a mixed summer berries sauce popular in Germany) with Bourbon Vanilla cream.

  91. Elizabeth Jean says

    Oh man.. I can see it now. Pound cakes, brownies, cookie bowls of all types.. Filled with mousse, ice cream, fruit.. Topped with chocolate, caramel, whipped cream, sprinkles (a must-have, of course) and so much more..

  92. Elisa says

    My kids (and husband) would go crazy over these. They would be filled with icecream, chocolate syrup and whipped cream for sure!

  93. Elaine says

    Brownie Delights, which are a family fav and look like your Oreo Ice Cream dessert with Hot fudge sauce!

  94. Lindsay says

    I love brownies! These bowls look so fun!! I would fill them with vanilla ice cream and lots of fudge! Yum.

  95. Dena Hamlin says

    I foresee a cappucino crunch brownie bowl. Cappucino ice cream and some skor bar crumbles all over it! mmmm

  96. Katie Arnold says

    I think i would have to make Guinness Brownies and fill them with Baileys IceCream !! Maybe a Whiskey Caramel Sauce… Im very much in love with Guinness!!

  97. Veornica says

    I would love to use these brownie bowls this summer! I would love it for ice cream and to hold strawberry shortcakes

  98. Vickie says

    My husband LOVES a good brownie. He loves a bad brownie. The 1st dessert I ever made him was a rock hard brownie. Our 25th wedding anniversary is the end of April. If I made these brownie bowls for him it would be another memory in the making…

  99. Laura S. says

    I would make a double fudge brownie filled with chocolate Haagen Dazs,warm homemade chocolate sauce,sprinkles,whipped cream,and a piece of chocolate for garnish.

  100. Morgan says

    I would use this cup for its god given duty….to be a delicious brownie boat. And on board this ship would be a nice mix of vanilla bean ice cream, salted nuts and it would all be brought together with hot caramel sauce. All aboard!!

  101. Mary Jane Newlon says

    I woud make cheesecake and poor it into the bowls and cover with cherries or fresh strawberries, make a brownie delight bowl and add chocolate pudding with whipe cream and a cherrie on top, put in german chocolate icing in the middle of the bowl and have individual cakes, put a candle in it and have a birthday cake.

  102. Leigh says

    I would totally make these brownie bowls and fill it with mocha ice cream, whipped cream and nuts…my very own mud pie brownie :)

  103. Dawn says

    I would definitely have to use them for my son’s upcoming graduation….probably fill with ice cream, unless I saw something better on these posts.

  104. Christina C. says

    I would definitely use them to make an alternative to an ice cream cake by making individual brownie sundaes. Yum!

  105. Teresa says

    Make a a vanilla cake and fill it with whipped cream & strawberries…oh & top it off with chocolate syrup.

  106. Emily M says

    This is totally awesome! Even though I am turning 21, this is definitely going to have to be my birthday dessert this April! Yay oreos.

  107. Janet Wescott Wysong says

    Hot Fudge Sundae Brownie Bowl would be the first thing I would attempt. I am getting hungry just thinking about it!

  108. Amber says

    I would fill these with a mixture of ice cream and m&ms, topped with shaved chocolate. Mmmm. My spin on a McFlurry, I guess.

  109. Terri says

    I’m thinking about maybe using muffin batter instead of brownie…fill with fresh fruit for a wonderful breakfast treat!

  110. Joy Hale says

    To be honest with you, I would like to win this for my fiancé Todd. I don’t cook or really bake so he would love this. knowing him like I do, he would make the brownie bowls with chocolate ice cream and add on to chocolate syrup…The chocolate freak…Lol

  111. Cristina D says

    I’d make a brownie bowl filled with chocolate pudding–because me boyfriend loves it Top it off with some whip cream, it’d be fantastic!

  112. Lisa Sheehan says

    Brownie bowls, fresh strawberries, and peanut butter mixed into whipping cream. Decadent, and to die for.

  113. says

    I saw these on Bakerella too and thought the same thing! Thank you for such a great giveaway.

    I’d use these for an ice cream social, or some sort of fun party – different types of ice cream with sprinkles, hot fudge, cherries…any topping I could find.

  114. Monica says

    Brownies are one of my all time favorites. I intentionally don’t by brownie mixes because they are too easy to make. So I make them from scratch. The first thing I would make would be to try your hot chocolate brownies – sound too yummy!

  115. Cheri Nicol says

    I would loooooooove these! i love making new desserts for my family. How fun would this be for summer BBQ’s!

  116. says

    Omigosh those are so cute! I would fill my brownie bowl with strawberries & cream… and probably post lots of combinations of fillings on my blog for the next month lol. I know that my 3-year old would think this was super-cool :)

  117. jamie says

    just ordered 2 of them! thought 1 set wouldnt be enough! lol.
    i cant wait to make – cookie dough in there, then top off with ice cream! :) top with oreo’s of course! :)

  118. Mckenzie Woods says

    I would do the Birthday Oreo ice cream just like you showed, that is so cute and would be perfect for my daughters 1st birthday thats coming up!!

  119. Paula Ramsay says

    I would so figure out how to make a banana pudding with these! With either a graham cracker crust or a vanilla wafer crust….yum! Although I’m not a huge chocolate lover, my family loves it….brownies are one of their faves….we’d definitely try brownie bowls! I would want to try BLONDIE bowls for myself…with ice cream & lots of caramel drizzled! Great giveaway!

  120. says

    Wow, a brownie bowl! And I thought bread bowls were exciting – man now I really wish I had one! This would be really good with cookie dough dip, cheesecake filling, homemade flavored whipped cream, oreo pudding…I could go on forever!

  121. Julie Bayer says

    I “Like” you on FB. Now I can’t stop thinking of uses for your brownie mold..
    maybe a lemon cake with cheesecake center topped with passionfruit spread

  122. Ronda Porta says

    I have never seen these bowls. They look amazing! I would put chocolate ganche in the brownie bowl with some whipped cream – yummy!

  123. Brenda DeGood says

    I would make soooo many different things in these!!! Let’s see…dark chocolate brownie bowls, with a mini cookie dough cheesecake placed inside, whipped cream, and mini chocolate chips as a garnish just for starters!!!

  124. Jyllian Schwendeman says

    I would line the brownie bowl with peanut butter and then add homemade vanilla ice cream and top it with sprinkles!

  125. Meghan says

    I would take the brownie bowls and put frozen yogurt and top them with mixed berries and drizzled with a little hot fudge.

  126. Deanna says

    I would put some mint choco chip ice cream in the brownie bowls and then drizzle with chocolate sauce. So many other things would be delish in a brownie bowl. What a great baking tool!

  127. Katie says

    I would probably do what everyone else has suggested and use a brownie bowl for an ice cream sundae! Cookies and cream or chocolate ice cream, with hot fudge, caramel sauce and sprinkles! It might also be fun to do a half brownie/half blondie bowl too!

  128. Christine says

    I think I would make a brownie strawberry layer cake. Layers of chocolate & strawberries.
    Thanks for the chance!

  129. heather says

    I would make brownie sundaes- Vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, peanut butter sauce, whipped cream, and chocolate sprinkles

  130. Sarah says

    I would make brownie bowls for ice cream sundaes for the rest of my life! So delicious and for me, the more chocolate the better!

  131. Wendy H says

    I would love to make some brownie bowls filled with ice cream and caramel and chocolate syrup. Yum!

    Thanks for the giveaway :).

  132. Mary says

    I just got my bowls in the mail. I am going to make banana pudding with vanilla cookies and topping with whipped cream and crushed vanilla waffers.

  133. Melissa Reyna says

    I would love to win this prize! These bowls would be the perfect addition to my small business, which by the way is called The Brownie Bowl. They give the term “brownie bowl” to life and I would love to create special items to add to our menu using this product.

  134. says

    I would let the kids from my little school, decide what they would like to do with them and then we would have a bake day and make whatever they wanted. This is a perfect thing for kids because it is so easy and easy for them to help with. The possibilities would be endless with their clever thinking minds.

  135. Angella Wilson says

    So many different options… ice cream, pastry cream, pudding, mousses. Fresh fruit and a dollop of whipped cream would definately be something I’d make! I would also be interested to see what ideas my kids would come up with. Great for a summertime bbq!

  136. Nicole says

    Kinda silly to buy this product. We make brownie or chocolate chip cookie bowls by simply making your batter or dough, filling a muffin tin two-thirds of the way. Baking according to recipe. Pulling them out, taking a 2nd muffin tin, spraying the bottom, smooshing the brownie/cookies and placing back in oven for 5 minutes to harden the form.


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