Brownie Pops!

Brownie Pops

What do you do with leftover brownies? Make Brownie Pops of course ; ) Luckily we made  PEEP BROWNIES earlier this week and I saved a few just to make brownie pops. If they’re fudgy like the Peep Brownies then there is no need to add any icing. If your brownies are more cake-like then you’ll need to add a little icing to get them to stay together.

They’re a nice option for kids parties and the kids can even make these themselves. We used Easter Sugar Sprinkles to decorate these but coconut flakes would be wonderful, or crushed nuts, or larger sprinkles, let their imaginations go wild.

If you can’t find candy coating you can always simply melt chocolate chips with a smidge of butter and a little cream.

What you’ll need:
1 pan brownies – cooled
1 pound chocolate flavored candy coating
sugar sprinkles, or garnish of choice
lollipop sticks

What to do:
1. Into a large bowl, crumble brownies with your hands. Using a small cookie scoop, scoop out brownie mixture. Form them into balls with your hands {NOTE: if your brownies are not fudgy like our Peep Brownies then you’ll need to add approximately 1/2 cup of icing to the bowl}.

2. Insert a lollipop stick into each brownie ball. Careful not to pierce the bottom.

3. Prepare a baking sheet lined with a silpat or parchment paper.

4. Melt Candy Coating according to directions. Dip each brownie ball into candy coating, allow excess to drip off. Place brownie pops onto baking sheet. Continue until all pops are complete.

5. Add sugar sprinkles or garnish of choice to pops.

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