Friday, August 17, 2012

boo boo bandaid brownies

wanna know what happens when 2 worlds collide?
like my nursing job and blogging?


a story kinda copied from that little mouse who is given a cookie.
here goes.

if you give a kid a last day of summer, 
he's bound to want to play.
and when he plays, he will be thirsty, 
so he'll need a glass of milk.
chances are he will want to go back to playing and hurriedly take a drink, 
spilling some milk on the floor.
when he spills the milk on the floor, 
he will most likely pretend he never knew he did it.
and in his haste of getting caught by the annoyed parent, 
he runs off.
so while he is running off, 
he will fall.
and when he falls from slipping on the milk, 
he will cry.
and when he cries, 
he will want his mommy or daddy. 
so his mommy or daddy will come and 
make a quick run to the medicine cabinet,
and grab that all important item.
but the child will still continue to cry.
and when the child keeps crying,
mommy or daddy will have to calm him down.
and when the parent tries to calm their child down, 
they will have to say something.

and when they say something, it will be coated with a lot of sugar.
and when the child sees what the parent has done, 
and what the parent says,
the child will smile, 
immediately feel better,
and the child,
will want to play,

you'll need:
brownie mix (whatever kind you like)
parchment paper
Q-shaped cookie cutter (FOUND HERE)
white candy bark
pink candy food coloring (make sure it's CANDY coloring!)
light corn syrup

1. take 1 box of brownie mix and pour enough to cover a loaf pan and an 8x8 pan covered first with parchment paper for easy removal. bake as directed.

2. once the brownies are cool, cut the square pan brownies with a Q-shaped cookie cutter. it's enough to make 3 cartoon bubbles. of course you can eat your scraps.

3. then slice your cooled loaf pan brownies into rectangles. set all the cut brownies aside.

4. grab some sprinkles for the faces.

5. melt some candy bark and color it pink.

6. dip your cooled brownies in the candy. plop a large amount on top of the brownie as well.

7. shake the brownie til the candy falls over it evenly then score the bottom with a toothpick.

8. add the face quickly with a tweezers before the candy dries.

9. poke the bandaid holes with a toothpick. if the candy is already dried, just brush the shaved crumbs off the top of the brownie.

10. next take the cartoon bubble and plop melted white candy over it, shake til evenly covered, and score the bottom again.

11. once all dried, write your sentiment with food markers. (awww, you're so nice!)

12. you can brush some corn syrup on the edge of the cartoon bubble and add some sprinkles for more color and of course, more sugar.

now eat up and tell that kid to clean up that spilled milk already!

but first give him a big smooch on the cheek.


  1. OMG, so fun! I can see your most used phrases at work coming into play here! I love it and your brownies look sooo moist and fudgy, yummo. I saw you got featured today at Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons. That is so cool, I knew you were awesome! I've never wanted to eat a band aid until today!

    1. HAHAHA! Maybe you better get a really large glass of milk for that bandaid-wouldn't want you to choke or anything. LOL! Yes i saw that feature and after i fainted, i was soooo happy! But YOU Michelle make me happy all the time with your totally sweet and fudgy comments :)

  2. Thanks Lisa for visiting me and for your sweet words. Very creative work!
    This looks divine. Wish I could grab one right now :)

    1. That's the first time i ever heard anyone call a bandaid divine-LOL Thanks so much Ambreen and one day i plan to make your star cupcakes! :)

  3. This is one of the cutest things that I've ever seen. :)

    1. Oh thank you Jennifer! Glad you like my silliness :)

  4. YOU ARE AMAZINGLY HILARIOUS!!!!! LOVE these brownies!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

    1. HAHA! Thanks so much Christine! Glad I gave you a giggle :)

  5. This is too cute and funny:-) Love the story line along with the yummy brownies!!!

    1. Thanks Jocelyn! That story came to me in the middle of the night-yeah, I know I'm weird! LOL

  6. WOW, those came out so cute! What a great idea, I know my girls will just love these. I would love for you to share this on our made for or by kids linky

    1. Hello we made that! Thank you so much for your comment :) I just linked to your partay :)

    2. Oh and THANK YOUUUU for becoming a follower! I just saw that-YAHOOOO!

  7. These are sooo cute! Our kids will love this! We appreciate you linking up to our Strut Your Stuff Saturday link party! Please come back again soon! -The Sisters

    1. I will! I will! Thank you SO much six sisters! (Whoa that's a lot of girls)

  8. How totally cute are these?!?! I love them!!!

    1. Yay! Thank you so much Erin! Betcha' never thought bandaids could be cute & edible :)

  9. I like the way you think, lady.

    1. HAHAHA Your comment seriously gave me the giggles! Thank you for "getting" me Jessica, as I question my way of thinking a lot! LOL


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