Spider Web Brownie Pizza #Choctoberfest

The perfect dessert for any Halloween party is a tricked out creepy spider web brownie pizza, complete with a candy tarantula.

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Spider Web Brownie Pizza

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

My recipe of the day for the third day of Choctoberfest is for spider web brownie  pizza,  easily made with a boxed mix, a pizza pan and some  assorted candy melts,  icings and sprinkles.

Ater the web lines are piped on and set, those can be your cutting lines for your “pizza” slices, or you can cut it as you wish. With the brownie being a bit thinner that it would be when  made in a brownie pan (it does need to be crust-like after all) the pieces can look bigger than they might otherwise.

You can use your own selection of toppings, depending on what you have or like. I have a list of equipment in affiliate links at the bottom of the page, including the mold I used for the central spider. You can peek at those- it doesn’t incur any extra cost should you buy and costs nothing to look so you can get more detailed information.

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Spider Web Brownie Pizza

  • Servings: 10
  • Difficulty: easy
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  • 1 (12.35 ounce) box Sugar-Free Brownie Mix (or equivalent) (add 1 egg, 1/3 cup  oil, 3 tbsp.  water)
  • Silicone Insect Mold by Create It (see  equipment link)
  • Wilton Black Candy Melts 
  • Wilton White Cookie Icing
  • Assorted Candy: M&M’s, Candy  Eyeballs, Halloween Sprinkles
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • parchment paper
  • cooking oil


  1. Melt black  candy melts or  other chocolate according to  package directions and fill spider  section of silicone   mold. Place in  freezer to set up.
  2. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  3. Line the  pizza pan with parchment paper and oil  lightly; trim excess.
  4. Mix brownie mix according to package directions and spread on the pizza pan.
  5. Bake brownies for ten minutes and remove from  oven.
  6. Sprinkle top with  marshmallows,M&M’s and sprinkles and press down with your hand- the dough will be a little dry on top  so you  need to press it in, but if you  put it on before baking at all the candies will melt too much.
  7. Return brownies  to oven and bake ten minutes more.
  8. Cool ten minutes, then slide pizza on  parchment to a wire rack to cool completely.
  9. Heat the white cookie icing  according to package directions and  draw the spider  web onto the pizza with  it, using  the web lines to define the pizza slices.
  10. Carefully remove the black spider from the mold; put a little of  the white icing on the underside and press it down where you like the spider to be on the pizza.
  11. Let the icing dry for 45 minutes  to set up.
  12. Slice into pieces to serve.

From the kitchen of palatablepastime.com

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