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As much as I enjoy baking from scratch, I keep a few boxes of baking mixes in my pantry. I pull out baking mixes when I’d rather spend my time decorating my treats. Or when my sweet tooth needs a quick fix.
These easy brownie pops are the perfect example. I have to admit, putting any baked good on a stick automatically makes it taste better. Surely, you feel the same way?
Mixes like the new Nestle Toll House Brownies & More take care of the guesswork of baking. These mixes are easy to make and have no artificial flavors or colors. They bake perfectly every time, as long as I follow the instructions. I’m a bit of a rebel when it comes to recipes, so I like that the premium mixes from offer 3 different ways to prepare their mix.
The box has instructions for traditional brownies, brownie cookies, and swirled brownie cheesecake bars. Those all sound delicious.
How to make brownie pops
My husband loves brownies and my kids love cake pops. So why not take the best of 2 worlds and create brownie pops? I baked the brownies according the box instructions, but left out the semi-sweet chocolate morsels. After the brownies cooled completely, I cut them down to pop size. You don’t have to use a ruler like me, but it helps.
A 8×8″ pan of brownies gave me 10 brownie pops that are 1.5″ x 4″. You can cut them smaller but try not to go smaller than 1.5″ wide or tall. They’ll fall apart when you insert the sticks.
Important: Freeze the brownie pops for at least 30 minutes before dipping into the chocolate. Don’t skip this or your brownie pops might fall apart when you coat them in chocolate.
When you’re ready to dip, prepare your area before pulling the brownies out of the freezer. Melt your chocolate morsels (see recipe below for instructions), set out wax paper or parchment paper, and grab sprinkles if you’re using them.
Tip: Dip the brownies in batches of 2-3 pops. Leave the rest in the freezer until you’re ready to dip them.
Once they’re dipped, place the brownie pops in the refrigerator let the chocolate set. I have to admit, these brownie pops look adorable and the sticks make them easy to eat. They’d be a hit at parties–everyone can channel their inner child with the brownie pops.
How do you like your brownies?
Easy Brownie Pops Recipe