Coconut Frosted BrowniesI may have mentioned it a time or two before, I love coconut. Combining coconut and brownies would only make them twice as delicious, don’t you think?
Well it sure was right, they were delicious!
Coconut chocolate brownies and coconut frosting are a winning combination!
Toasted coconut have been a favorite of mine since I could remember. I heat of a skillet and stir coconut until it’s golden in color, the smell fills the house and before I know it everyone is in the kitchen waiting to be the taste tester. Funny it’s like they’ve never tried toasted coconut before 🙂 all of a sudden they can’t wait to help me wash the pan either. I toast a bunch at a time and place it in a glass jar with a lid so that I have plenty on hand, it’s just wonderful topped on this
faux banana ice cream too 🙂
These brownies are so quick to make, use a package brownie mix and add a teaspoon coconut emulsion to it, bake the brownies in cupcake liners for 18 minutes at 325 degrees. Set the timer for 15 and check them every minute, there is nothing I don’t like more than a dry brownie, so check often and don’t over bake.
While they are baking make buttercream frosting and add a teaspoon coconut emulsion. I added a drop of egg yellow food coloring to give it a warm toasted color.
Place a 2D tip in the piping bag and pipe on the roses, want to pipe on roses like these here is a how-to video
I left some of them plain and some were sprinkled with toasted coconut, to no surprise they were all devoured!
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Oh my…gorgeous, delicious… I wish you were my neighbor!! 🙂
I wish so too 🙂 can you imagine all the goodies we’d be sharing!
Toasting the coconut is a deliciouos and beautiful touch!
You are a master of the pastry bag! Yum…
What could be better than this? Your cupcakes are heavenly and it’s because of the coconut. Just wish I had one right this minute because I’m drooling big time.
since I can’t get one to you quick enough, Pam I’m sending you a virtual HUG!!!
Cookin' Canuck says
Coconut and chocolate brownies sounds like the ideal combination! These look wonderful, Diane.
Thanks Dara, miss you!!! Wish we could all get together and have a fun brownie girls night!
I love toasted coconuts, they sound delicious! I just love your swirls!!
That sounds soooo good. It is so hard visiting your blog when I’m on a diet. 🙂
Oh 🙁 hope the diet goes well, I have lots of healthy stuff too 🙂 even low fat desserts if that helps Kel.
Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen says
So pretty! My husband would love these, he’s a big coconut fan.
Wish we were neighbors I would have sent some right over 🙂
Bernie GOT SOOOOOOOO excited over these D!!!! HAHAHAHA, ditto what Sylvie said!
oh coconut might just be the guys new favorite flavor then, for years I heard it was vanilla, then lately I thought it was lemon….who knows now maybe coconut, or really any baked treat!! Ha Ha~!!
Mercedes Hayes says
makes me hungry just looking at the pictures. Too bad technology hasn’t made scratch and sniff yet.
Hi Diane, I love coconut too. They look so yummy… I will try your recipe for the weekend! Kind regards from Germany.
Hi Diane! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your cupcakes look great! I am going to have to follow your blog so I can keep up with your yummy recipes!
These look seriously good. I have macaroon topped brownies on my short list of things to make, but now these are distracting me. The piped frosting is lovely.
Barbara @ Barbara Bakes says
Great combo! One day I’ll great brave and try your beautiful frosting technique.
Great flavor combination. Diane, you make the prettiest cupcakes!
Delayed at the airport all day & so wishing we had a great big batch of these cupcakes right now!
Kim Bee says
These look delicious. I love coconut way too much.
you had me at coconut, giggle. They look delish.Big hugs!
shelly (cookies and cups) says
This is perfect! I love coconut and add that to a brownie…awesome!