For years I have been making these amazing (and super easy) Reeses stuffed brownies. They are ALWAYS a hit! Feel free to bring these along to a Superbowl Party, Birthday Party, etc. you won’t be sorry!
One time I made these for a class potluck and my professor literally stopped mid lecture to talk about how delicious they were and to ask me for the recipe. Safe to say I aced that class 😉 haha jk. (Well. I did, but it wasn’t just because of the brownies)
You will be blown away by how simple these are to make.
I think I first learned about these 12 years ago from my freshman roommate (wow, I’m getting old). She made them in a very similar way but used Rolos instead of Reeses. I subbed in the Reeses because I’m more of a peanut butter fan, but you can do either.
How to make Reeses stuffed brownies:
First off, I don’t make the brownies from scratch. I always use Betty Crocker fudge brownie mix. I actually prefer box mix brownies to homemade.
I just follow the box directions exactly. When the brownies are done, I immediately push unwrapped Reeses miniatures into them. I try to space them apart so that there will be 1 full Reeses in the middle of each brownie (after they’re cut).
How to cut brownies:
Joyful Homemaking says the secret to cutting perfect brownies is to use a plastic knife. I never seem to have one of those on hand, but I found another way that works fine. I just make sure they are cooled completely and even put them in the fridge to get them “cold.”
- Betty Crocker Brownie Mix
- Oil (as listed on box)
- Eggs (as listed on box)
- Water (as listed on box)
- Reeses Miniatures
- Make brownies according to box mix directions
- Once removed from oven, press Reeses Miniatures into brownies. Spacing evenly. For an 8x8 inch baking dish I did 4 Reeses per 4 rows.
- Let cool and serve!