brownie mix valentine gift free printable

brownie mix valentine gift free printable

Today I’ve got a fun Valentine idea for friends, teachers, neighbors-whoever you want to have a nice pan of brownies mere minutes away. I love these layered mixes you put together in mason jars-they are so cute and perfect to hang onto for a rainy day. Or a chocolate-craving day. (which are one and the same for me. ok every day I crave chocolate. I’m human) I am in love with the chalkboard look of these tags, too. Chalkboard+chocolate=perfection. AMIRIGHT?  (I am)

brownie mix valentine gift free printable

 

Here’s the ingredients and layering instructions:

1 1/2 cup flour

1 1/2 cup sugar, divided

1/2 cup cocoa, divided

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 cup chocolate chips

brownie mix valentine gift free printable

Start layering with sugar first-3/4 cup.

Then add 1/4 cup cocoa

3/4 cup of sugar

1/4 cup of cocoa

1 1/2 cup flour

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp baking powder

fill to the top with chocolate chips. Done!

brownie printable

And of course I’ve gotcha covered with a FREE printable! (without the “from Sadie”, dontcha worry)

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Print out however you need (4 to a sheet) of both the tag and baking instructions, then layer the tags and tie on to the top of a quart size mason jar with some bakers twine or other string.

brownie mix valentine gift free printable

I also added some sweet heart print paper cut to the size of the lid-just stuck it under the outer lid before screwing it on.

Yay! a happy little jar of (future) yumminess!

Comments

  1. You’re the coolest. Ever.

  2. Yep, every day is chocolate day. =) Love the chalkboard-style printable! =)

  3. when all else fails, turn to chocolate 😉
    yummie!

  4. Hi.
    To these ingredients, a 32 oz bottle is enough?
    Thanks, I’m from Portugal and I love your blog.

  5. This is totally adorable and easy enough to still make before Friday – thanks!

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