- Preheat oven to 350. Prepare, bake and cool brownies according to package directions. Refrigerate for one hour.
- Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out brownie hearts.
- Heat vanilla glaze as directed on bottle and pour into a small deep dish.
- Using a toothpick, add pink food coloring to glaze and mix until fully incorporated. Add more color if needed.
- Dip one-half of brownie hearts into pink glaze and let sit for 5 minutes before serving.
Brownies Beyond Brown
It's always nice to add colors to your treats. Here's an easy tip: you can color Duncan Hines Amazing Vanilla Glaze. Use a gel-based food color. Heat the glaze and pour it into a bowl. Dip one end of a skewer or toothpick into the gel color and add it to your glaze. Stir until completely blended. If it's too dark, add more glaze. If it's too light, add more color. When you've finished you can make beautiful desserts!
Kenneth City, Florida
Besides the Broken Heart Brownies, would you dip any other dessert in the Glazes?
I might do slices of lemon pound cake and dip them in the glaze. Oh my goodness, how good is that! And you could add something to the top of it for that lemon zing, like some zest.
Do you have any other glazes and brownies recipes?
The S'mores Brownie. It's perfect! I posted a picture to the Baker's Club site. Make the brownies. When they come out of the oven, put a little glaze on top. I crushed graham crackers and used the Glaze so that would stick. I added the marshmallow stackers and browned them. Then I stuck the brownies back in the oven so they'd get a little softer. Then I put the Glaze all over the top!