Brownie Pops

Brownies on a stick -- fun to make, and delicious to eat! Just cut brownies, add a lollipop stick, dip into chocolate and decorate. 

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Brownie Pops

Brownies on a stick -- fun to make, and delicious to eat! Just cut brownies, add a lollipop stick, dip into chocolate and decorate. 

  • 2hr 45min Total Time
  • 12 pops Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 box Betty Crocker™ Frosted Chocolate Brownie Mix
  • Butter and eggs called for on brownie mix box

To Decorate

  • 125g dark or milk chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 125g white chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 100’s and 1000’s
  • Dried fruit pieces, finely chopped (apricots or cranberries)
  • Pistachios, finely chopped
  • Chopped toasted mixed nuts
  • Desiccated coconut, coloured if desired (see tip)

Instructions Hide Images

Preheat the oven to 180°C (160°C for fan forced ovens). Lightly grease and line the base and two sides of a 20cm square cake pan with baking parchment. Open the brownie mix box, remove enclosed frosting sachet and reserve for another use. Make, bake and cool brownie mix as directed on box.

Place pan of brownies in freezer 30 minutes. Remove brownies from pan, and peel away parchment. Cut into 12 bars. Gently insert wooden craft stick or lollipop stick into end of each brownie. Place on baking sheet, and freeze 30 minutes.

Line baking sheet with foil. Melt dark or milk chocolate in heatproof bowl set over saucepan of simmering water. Melt white chocolate the same way. Dip 6 of the brownies into dark or milk chocolate to coat just over halfway, and the remaining 6 brownies into white chocolate.

Place on baking sheet; sprinkle with remaining ingredients. Leave in cool place until chocolate has set.

Expert Tips

Keep brownie pops in airtight container in fridge. Allow to stand at room temperature 10 minutes before serving.

To colour the desiccated coconut, place a small amount of coconut in a sealable freezer bag with a few drops of food colouring gel or liquid. Rub the bag until the coconut takes on the colouring.

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