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Easy Brownie Truffle Pops

Posted Dec 19 2012 5:59pm

Holiday baking is in full force around here.

This past weekend, I made these super easy

 And no it wasn’t something I dreamed up in a moment of clear brilliance.  Heh. 

And NO it’s not considered healthy either, but I’m posting it anyway because it was goood. 

What happened was I made a box of brownies with the intent of adding them to the neighborly treat baskets I was putting together and when I tried to pull the brownies out of the pan, I totally effed that shit right up. 

So I had a mound of gooey delicious brownie mess that I didn’t know what to do with. 

 So I decided to roll those suckers into balls and make them into a cake pop. 



chocolate brownie truffle pops


So I don’t have time for anything at this point.  But these are super easy.  I used a box brownie mix, and a bag of milk chocolate chips, and some sprinkles.  EASY.

  • 1 box brownie mix
  • 1 bag milk chocolate chips
  • 1 bag of lollipop sticks
  • sprinkles

Make your brownies according to the directions on the box.  Don’t make that shit homeade unless you feel the need to create extra work.

Cook those brownies all up.

Now the fun part.  Instead of getting all pissy because your brownies won’t come out of the pan perfectly even and keep sticking to the knife.  Just scoop out brownie mass and roll it into a ball!!  Wash your hands, first…especially if you are a four year old. 

Then you just stick the lollipop stick into the bottom and put it in the freezer for an hour to chill.

chocolate brownie truffle pops

Now you can melt your chips.  I used a glass bowl and microwaved my chips for 30 second intervals stirring in between intervals. 

Don’t burn these!  The smell is disgusting.  Trust me.

melt chocolate chips in microwave

Once everything is melted, just dip your brownie pop into the chocolate.


chocolate brownie truffle pop

This is why you freeze them first, so that they are easy to dip in the chocolate without messing up.  And plus also, you can prepare before hand and keep in the freezer until needed.  TIMESAVER.

I then laid them on a cookie sheet and coated with sprinkles. 

Chocolate brownie truffle pops

Now I put them in the refrigerator to harden and sent them on their way. 


Well, I had a couple of them first.  I had to taste test them.  The four year old approves and is BEGGING me to make these again.  So Santa is getting brownie pops for Christmas.  He better like it. 

Happy Christmas/holiday cookie making time!!














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