I love summertime grilling and entertaining. I like serving food that is delicious with a fun presentation so it adds life to my cookout. This is why I created these brownie burgers that are displayed on a faux, charcoal grill. This faux grill is a perfect decoration for any barbecue and it also servers a dual purpose as a dessert tray. Most of the items I used to create this grill you may already have around your house. This will definitely be a conversation piece at your next summer event! This would also be great for Father’s Day!
Here’s a video teaching how to make my Faux Charcoal Grill.
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Materials Used to Make the Brownie Burgers and the Faux Charcoal Grill
- Shoe Box and Lid
- Paper Towel Rolls
- Jar Lids
- Black Spray Paint
- White Spray Paint
- Silver Paint
- Paper Towels
- Red and Orange Tissue Paper
- Red Lights
- Metal Grill
- Craft Glue
- Hot Glue Gun
- Round Cookie Cutter
- Frosting Decorator Bag with tip
Instructions to Make the Brownie Burgers and the Faux Charcoal Grill
Attach the lid to the bottom part of the shoebox with a hot glue gun and paint black.
Paint the paper towel rolls and the jar lids silver and glue to the inside edges of the shoebox lid.
Use a round cookie cutter or glass to cut out brownies in a round burger shape. Melt chocolate, place in a plastic bag fitted with a decorator tip and draw lines on top of the brownies to make the griddle marks to complete your fun brownie burger on a faux charcoal grill.