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{everything but the} Kitchen Sink Brownies

These brownies are loaded up with all the goodies I could find in the cabinet. {everything but the} Kitchen Sink Brownies take just minutes to mix and are salty, sweet, delicious!

Everything but the Kitchen Sink Brownie Batter with potato chips, mini marshmallows, pretzels, m & m's, a Reese's Cups


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I need to come clean about something. And I didn’t intend for that phrase to be a dorky pun about my {everything but the} Kitchen Sink Brownies, but … it is. Anyway. I don’t watch football. Like at all. I don’t even really watch sports. Unless my kids were participating in t-ball or something as small fries, sports just have never really grabbed my attention.

I know.

Un-American, right? So sorry. But!

I am always happy to participate in game day activities because Game Days = Food. And not just any food. REALLY GOOD FOOD. Sweet food, savory food, dippy food. Game days are reasons to put out a big spread and be social, even if you are like me and have no idea what a “down” is. This year I got my guys involved and had them help me mix up these brownies, and it kind of turned out to be this wholesome Mix-Up-A-Moment activity that I really hadn’t anticipated. It was pretty terrific.

Kitchen Sink Brownies loaded with salty pretzels and chips, and sweet candies and chocolate!


These brownies are SUPER easy to make. We stocked up on Pillsbury brownie mix, followed the directions on the package ( I opted for the dark Chocolate variety here but there are several choices!! ahem… MOCHA Fudge), and then started grabbing things from the pantry.

Potato Chip Brownie recipe

We went for potato chips, pretzels, miniature peanut butter cups, candy coated chocolate, and those itty bitty mini marshmallows that come in packets of hot chocolate. [side note: did you know you can buy like a whole canister of those things? I had them leftover from another baking adventure so into the brownies they went!] The boys and I were pretty much just grabbing all the extra things we had hanging around in the cabinet.

Loaded Candy Bar Brownies

How fun are these?!!!

Everything But The Kitchen Sink Brownies

{everything but the} Kitchen Sink Brownies
Yield: 9 large brownies

{everything but the} Kitchen Sink Brownies

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 52 minutes



  1. Prepare the brownie mix according to package instructions. We followed the directions for an 8 X 8 pan because we like big fat brownies.
  2. Scatter your add-ins across the top of the batter in the pan so they are evenly distributed.
  3. Bake according to the package instructions for your pan type and size.
  4. Let the brownies cool before slicing.


You need 2-3 cups of add-ins for the brownies. Sweet or salty or a combo - whatever you like!

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 185Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 129mgCarbohydrates: 25gFiber: 1gSugar: 15gProtein: 3g
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