SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Hostess Brownies made with Milky Way

Hostess Brownies made with Milky Way

This would’ve been more impressive if Hostess somehow was able to bake a brownie around a Milky Way bar and then top the brownie with a crushed Milky Way bar. I don’t know if that’s possible, but in my dream it was possible. (Spotted by Katie K at Hy-Vee.)

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3 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Hostess Brownies made with Milky Way

  1. The dream should be realizable, more or less. A French after-school snack for lucky French kids is made by wrapping a long bar of chocolate inside dough and baking. Can you make a kind of brownie dough instead? Proof of concept could probably be done with existing baked brownies and a fun size candy bar in between two of them, sort of sealed by smooshing the edges like a ravioli. Just bake long enough to make the candy bar gooey. If you use these brownies, you even have your crushed bars part of the dream with no extra effort. I am not responsible for any weight gain from trying this…

  2. Absolutely AWFUL The brownie was the worst, dry, tasteless, nothing that resembled a chocolate brownie. Good thing I only bought a single pack for .99

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