Brownie Burgers on a Faux Charcoal Grill

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Brownie Burgers

I love summertime grilling and entertaining so I created this Faux Charcoal Grill to enjoy the summer theme regardless of the weather outside. I like serving food that is delicious with a fun presentation so it adds life to my party. 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 be a great conversation piece at your next event! It is perfect for any party or gathering! I especially like to use it to add to my football party decorations for a fun, at home football party.

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

grill materials

  • 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
  • Brownies
  • Round Cookie Cutter
  • Chocolate
  • Frosting Decorator Bag with tip

How to Make the Brownie Burgers and the Faux Charcoal Grill

box

Attach the lid to the bottom part of the shoebox with a hot glue gun and paint black.

box-sides

Paint the paper towel rolls and the jar lids silver and glue to the inside edges of the shoebox lid.

fold-paper-towel
To make the charcoal, fold a piece of paper towel as shown above.

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Roll it into a square and secure the edges with craft glue.

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charcoal
Seal the edges together with craft glue and crimp together so it looks like a charcoal briquette.

charcoal-black
Spray paint the briquettes with black paint.

charcoal-ash
Lightly spray the briquette with white paint to simulate the coals ashing over.

Charcoal-Grill

Tear pieces of red and orange tissue paper and place them onto the grill. Arrange charcoal on the tissue and add red lights.
brownie-burgers

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.

 

 

 

 

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