Mini Brownie Bites and Some Exciting News!

filed under: Cakes on April 2, 2013

I couldnt possible share the business side of things without some delicious cupcakes.

Mini Brownie Cupcakes

 

Its like Julia Childs says, “A party without cake is just a meeting.”

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And now for an exciting announcement!

On April 11th there is going to be a VERY special guest in the iambaker community.

SugarHighInc.com

Brenda from Sugar High Inc. will be doing a LIVE Q&A for you!  I dont know if you have seen Brenda’s work but she is absolutely one of the most talented cake makers around.

From 7:00pm to 8:00pm CST on April 11th she will be answering questions live… sharing some of her techniques… showing us some of her beautiful creations.  Since fondant is not something you will typically see on my site, I am just thrilled that there is an opportunity to learn more about this fantastic art-form.  And who better to learn from?

The best part?  This is all available to you for FREE!  You get access to one of the most creative and brilliant artistic minds in cake baking simply because you are a member of the iambaker community.  Seriously, people pay big bucks for access to this type of information.  Big, big, big bucks.  But for you?  Free.

I will even be having a super special prize for some participants in the discussion!  Let me know if you think you can make it… I want to make sure I have enough prizes!

You will not want to miss this amazing event!!

MIni Brownie Bites

Oh, and did you want to make these little beauties?  Well, I slaved away for hours putting them together.  It was really quite complicated and intricate should only be attempted if you are a highly skilled baker.

Mini Brownie Bites from iambaker.net

Kidding.  I bought a box of brownie mix and opened a container of Cool Whip.  Feel free to judge me… they were delicious. 😉

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  • Erin @ Texanerin Baking says:

    Fun news! I’d definitely attend if it weren’t at 2am my time. It’s just a little too late for me. 😉 And I’m not judging you. Mixes totally have their time and place. 🙂

  • Christine Keleny says:

    How long do you cook them for?
    Also – what are those cute candies you put on top?
    THanks
    Christine

  • Lia says:

    I’ll be there for the conversation next week on the 11th!

    • Amanda says:

      Awesome!!! Cant wait to chat with you!

  • Kate@Diethood says:

    You did that with a brownie mix and cool whip!? Lawwwwd, I need yo’ talent!!

    I want to be there for the discussion! Count me in! I need to find a babysitter… maybe I’ll just hire a nanny! ;-P

    • Amanda says:

      That is great!!! lol Good luck finding a nanny… I need one too! 🙂

  • Nancy@acommunaltable says:

    Wow… that sounds fabulous – what a wonderful thing to offer your readers!! Those brownie bites are adorable!!! Oh, and as for packaged mixes – well, my baking instructor in culinary school (who worked for Charlie Trotter) said (and I quote) there is nothing wrong with using boxed cake mixes – in fact sometimes they are superior for certain requirements since they provide consistent results.

    ‘Nuff said.

  • WendyBrz says:

    Will you share what icing tip you used? I love the look of the frosting!

    • Amanda says:

      Sure… its a 1M tip. I sorta use it for everything. 🙂

  • Blessedmama says:

    Wha-?? You use a mix?! Ack, say it isn’t so! Just kidding. 🙂

  • Michal says:

    First of all, love your brownie bites!
    Secondly, never heard of her and that monster cookie cake eating hello kitty cookie is absolutely amazing!

  • Kendall says:

    I have to ask, what’s the little candy things you put on the top? Planning at b-day cake and they are too cute and would look great on my b-day cake for my friend!

    Thank you!

    -love your blog. I’ve used to many recipes and love everyone I’ve tried!-

  • carma says:

    brownie mix and whipped cream – now you’re speakin’ my language.

    Hope you had a wonderful Easter 🙂

  • Mommypage says:

    These mini-brownies are very cute! I like the frosting on top and the sprinkles- looks very tasty!

  • cdenisefutch says:

    I’m looking forward to the 11th of April! I think that it will be exciting to have a guess on this blog answering questions I may have plus learning new techniques. I think that is AWESOME! Thanks for the announcement!

  • Linda Reed says:

    Excited to join the session on the 11th!

  • Michelle says:

    Great news…and here I thought you spent HOURS making those brownie bites. I’m so going to have to remember this ! LOL ~ Michelle

  • Tanja says:

    Hi amanda 🙂 ,

    I would love to be there tommorrow for the live conversation. I have a question….. what time would it tart in germany? Because we have a different time. Do you know that? Thanks. Tanja. 🙂

    • Amanda says:

      Looks like you are 7 hours ahead of me. 🙂

  • Linda Reed says:

    Triple Chocolate Cake would be especially nice all mixed up in that gorgeous, foxy, red mixer would make me happy in many ways!

  • Maria in NJ says:

    Hello Amanda how are you feeling? Ok so everybody wants to know what those little candies are on top of the brownie bites are…and so far ____, but I know you will tell me…lol those are so stinking cute, dying to know…m

  • Kathy says:

    Hi. How did you make those adorable Hello Kittys? Thanks.

  • Kristin says:

    Candies in top…from ????

  • rosie says:

    Hi. Love the simplicity of those brownies … They look yummy. What kind of candy did you put on top? Thank you