9.26.2011

Brownie Pops!

I had this brownie pops pan for about a week before I used it, which is really saying something.  So this past Friday, I decided to test it and make brownie pops with my red-and-white-Alabama-roll-tide sprinkles.


This pan worked perfectly.  I just need another one because I could only bake 8 brownie pops at a time. (Thanks for this one, Mom!)

I think I ended up filling this one 3 times using my favorite box mix. Then I melted a bag of chocolate chips in a medium sized glass measuring cup in the microwave. Once the brownies were cool enough, I dipped the ends of the sticks in the chocolate before putting them in the brownies.  Then I put them in the freezer.  It is so much easier to decorate them if they're frozen.



While the brownies were in the freezer, I got my sprinkles ready. 

To decorate:
Dip the brownie into the chocolate. I like to have at least half of the brownie covered.
Tap the stick on the side of the bowl to make any extra chocolate drip off.
Roll the brownie around in the sprinkles.
Immediately transfer it to the freezer.


I ran out of these sprinkles, but I had some back-ups. 

If you've read my Beach Birthday blog post, you know how I feel about these sprinkles.


I love these colors. They sort of matched my nails.

I made these on Friday and my friends and I had some of them, and we all ate dinner after the amazing Bama game on Saturday so we had some more.  Needless to say, these delicous brownie pops were in existence for a little over 24 hours. :)

6 comments:

  1. Those look great. You'll have to bake some of them for me some day. RTR!!!

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  2. and me too!! Bengel GRRRR!!!! :)

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  3. I BLAME ALL OF YOU FOR NOT SAVING ME ONE

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  4. Oh no, Hannah! I'll just have to make you your very own batch of brownie pops to make up for it. :)

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  5. You could make a FORTUNE selling those in Birmingham.....

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