You will need:
1 package (about 18 oz) brownie mix and the ingredients to make it
1 can cherry pie filling
Frosting (whatever flavor you want, or even whipped cream/Cool Whip)
Heart shaped cookie cutter
Mix up and bake the brownies according to the directions on the package. You don't want the brownies to be too thick, so bake them in a 9x13 pan. You'll see later why.
After the brownies are cooled, cut them into hearts with the cookie cutter.
On your serving plate, layer brownie heart, pie filling, brownie, filling, brownie. Repeat for your other towers. (I got two towers of different diameters out of my pan of brownies. And lots of leftover brownie bits between and around the hearts.)
(Doesn't it look delicious already? Mmmmm...)
(Oh, no! The little one fell apart! But I put it back together. The bigger hearts seem to be more stable...)
Frost the top and outside of the towers. You could crumble up the leftover brownie and press onto the sides (or just munch on them while you're working on the rest of the dessert...)
And you're done!
Shortly after I took these pictures, the big heart broke in half and one side fell off! Any ideas why? The little one stayed together...
Even though it didn't stay together properly, it was DELICIOUS! Oh, so good! I will definitely be making this again, but probably not in towers. It'll just be brownies topped with cherry pie filling and whipped cream.
P.S.--This recipe is based on one I found in the cookbook Favorite Brand Name: Cake Mix. But obviously their version used cake instead of brownies.