How to Make Brownie Pops

brownie pops recipe

Hi friends!
My name is Rebecca and you can usually find me over at The Crafted Sparrow, I’m so honored that Nancy asked me to stop by and say hello to her readers. Today I thought I would share a quick and easy treat – Brownie Pops. These Brownie Pops make the perfect treat for Valentine’s Day, parties, or just a special treat for a friend.

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Here’s what you will need:

brownie ingredients

– 2 Boxes of Betty Crocker Ultimate Fudge Brownie Mix & all the ingredients listed on box

– Sprinkles

– Large Cookie / Cake Pop Sticks

– Bakers Chocolate Bark Coating

{I get mine from Walmart in the baking section}

– Wax Paper

– Plastic Disposable Knife for cutting brownies

{This is a must have for cutting brownies, it’s the only way to get clean cuts!}

Begin by combining your two boxes of brownie mix and all ingredients that it calls for in to a large mixing bowl. Combine all ingredients and mix together.

Once mixed pour in to a greased 9 x 13″ baking dish.

Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Test with a toothpick, your toothpick should come out almost clean.

Remove from oven and let brownies cool for an hour at least.

Sometimes I place mine in the fridge to cool quicker. Once cool cut your brownies using your plastic knife in to 1 to 1 1/2″ square pieces.


Next following the directions on the bakers chocolate bark coating package heat up your chocolate. Once melted and smooth place a large cookie / cake pop stick in the center of your brownie square and dip in chocolate. You can also use a spoon to pour the chocolate coating over each brownie square. Once covered set each square on to your wax paper and add sprinkles before it hardens. Let them sit for at least 1 hour to harden. And your done. Store in an airtight container until you need them.

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brownie bites

Super easy right?! These brownies are amazing on their own too, super fudgy. Who wouldn’t love these Brownie Pops!?

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valentine's day brownie pops

Thanks again Nancy for having me. Be sure to visit me over at The Crafted Sparrow sometime.

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Do you make any yummy cute desserts for the kids on Valentine’s Day?