Recipe by Chef4Six
"Here is a twist on the classic hamentashen cookie eaten on the Jewish holiday of Purim. Instead of filling this triangular-shaped cookie with jam or poppy seeds, I used brownie batter. Absolutely delicious!"
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For the Dough:
For the Filling:
1 (19.8 ounce) box
I just made this recipe using my own brownie recipe. It come out outstanding! My neighbors couldn't believe that it was butter/margarine free. Thanks for the great idea and recipe.
These were very good, just make sure you don't put too much brownie mix in...they explode. The kids liked that though, gave them more brownie.
I think people were more impressed with the idea than the execution. I wasn't crazy about the dough with the brownie texture. Also, if I made these again, I would use a different dough recipe. The brownie expands during baking and the dough had a lot of trouble staying closed - even with pinching overload. A great idea to spice up regular old Hamentashen!
Great dough. I put chocolate chips instead of brownie mix and tasted great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hamentashen with Brownie Filling
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 218
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