Mini "Lentil Soup" Parsha Desserts

These adorable mini lentil soup Parsha desserts are fun for the family to create for a shabbos dessert! Get those creative kids into the kitchen early enough in the week, and it won't disturb your Thursday/Friday crunch time.


These lentil soups are made of some basic ingredients, and if you can't get ahold of the oodles for the lentils, use your creativity and find a substitute ingredient.



Here's What You'll Need;

  • Favorite brownie recipe (I used a bought brownie mix)

  • Muffin tins

  • Cooking oil spray

  • Baking Chocolate

  • Parchment Paper

  • Chocolate frosting (made or bought)

  • Oodles (or anything else that can be used as lentils)


Step By Step Instructions: (See below for a video of the full process.)

  • Prepare the brownie mixture according to the recipe

  • Spray the muffin tin with spray oil. This will allow the brownies to be removed from the muffin tins easier.

  • Spoon some brownie mixture into the tin, fill halfway, and smooth down. You can also bang the pan down on the counter to even out.

  • Bake according to recipe instructions. Let cool




  • Gather the rest of the ingredients.

  • Melt the baking chocolate and place it into a ziplock bag. Make a tiny hole at the tip so that you can pipe and draw with the bag of chocolate. Create the handles by piping "U" shaped chocolate shapes onto a parchment paper and allowing them to cool to set.


  • Remove the brownies from the tins. Once cooled, spoon some chocolate frosting onto the brownie "pots".

  • Add the two chocolate handles (only once well dried) to the two sides of the "pot",


  • Finish by sprinkling Oodles over the top of the frosting.

Enjoy!!