Easter Egg Brownie Pops

Easter Egg Brownie Pops
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Sink your teeth into these chewy, chocolaty, moist, delicious Easter Egg Brownie Pops!

Easter Egg Brownie Pops

Many of you are quite familiar with the queen of cake pops, Bakearella.

If you aren’t then you are missing out on some baking genius!!!

I’ve never tried to make any cake pops but I did make a pan of brownies and I thought, why not?! It’s got to work!

So here we go on an another experimental baking adventure!

Start with a pan of brownies. You need these to be under baked and gooey. Do not make “cake style” brownies.

brownies

I didn’t under bake mine enough so I needed to cut off all those stiff edges.

(I’m sure you’ll find something to do with the edges!!)

cut edges

Cut a large square of brownie, press and shape it into an egg shape

Insert a paper lollypop stick into the egg brownies and place in freezer for at least 15 minutes.

Freezing helps the stick harden to the brownie.

shaped brownie pops

Melt your color choice of candy melts in the microwave, stir until smooth.

Then dip and swirl your cold brownie pop in the hot candy melts.

You may have to reheat your candy melts several times to keep the candy smooth and flowing.

Dip pops in candy melts

Place the candy coated brownie egg pops into a block of Styrofoam to set up.

Easter egg Brownie pops

To add detail, simply dip a tooth pick into the hot candy melts and add dots or lines to your eggs,

a few at a time, and quickly apply your candy decorations.

add detail

Get creative with your decorating.

These Easter Egg Brownie Pops are oh so decadent and delicious!

They make a great party favor or treat for your guests!

Easter Egg Brownie Pop Pail

Make Easter Egg Brownie Pops part of your Easter tradition.

Your family will thank you!

Kim

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Comments

  1. Can’t wait to get home and eat one. That’s the most delicious Easter ege. I will be lucky if there is one left for me.

  2. What a great idea! Your little eggs are cute! Thanks for sharing!

  3. that is too cute! so creative!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Another great post! My daughter who is home visiting for Spring Break, just asked for brownies today….so this will be a great surprise.

    Deborah

  5. LOVE this idea! Thanks for sharing!!

  6. I know what Alan is saying because if those were at my house they might not be around at 5 o’clock. Brilliant!

  7. These are adorable and look delicious! LOVE this idea!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Saw this on Tip Junkie. I can’t wait to try it!

  9. these turned out great 🙂

  10. THIS is a GREAT dessert that my boys can actually do on their own!! I’m saving this along with your Easter sugar cookies post to do over Spring Break. Thanks again for sharing something that looks amazing, yet simple enough to do! Kim 🙂

  11. Those are too cool! Great job!!

    I’d love to have you come by and link up at my For the Kids Friday Link party (going on now!). We have lots of fun ideas to share. Hope to have you stop by!

    http://sunscholars.blogspot.com/2011/03/for-kids-friday-3.html

  12. Whitney Anderson says:

    Again you never cease to amaze me my dear friend!! I can not wait to try these. They will be a great little treat for Josh to share with his class. You know, a little sugar high the Friday before Spring Break!! LOL…thanks again for the idea!!! <3 Ya

  13. Hello There- Coming by from Stories of A-Z these are darn right adorable. I would love for you to come by and link them to my FUN Link party going on now. “CraftOManiac Monday” Have a super night. WINKS-JEN

  14. those are ridiculously cute!!! great idea…and they look so yummy too!

  15. got your email, so hello Beth’s sis. I am now following you. I also linked this cute post on my CraftOManiac FB page. Take care. Jen

  16. These are so awesome looking! Great for Easter!

  17. Twice now I’m leaving your blog suddenly hungry- those are adorable!!

  18. They were delicious and so pretty you almost didn’t want to eat them….almost;) Thank you, for dropping some of to us!!

  19. I can’t wait to make these for my kids and wow them. Thanks for sharing!

  20. These are gorgeous–so fun for the season! I shared this post on my Friday Favorites today. Feel free to grab a featured button if you want. Thanks for sharing the yummy project!

  21. Hello there YOU HAVE BEEN FEATURED for Super Saturday Spotlight Talents at CraftOManiac. Thanks a bunch. winks-jen

  22. Anonymous says:

    These are absolutely darling. Thank you for the wonderful idea.

  23. Beth Gates says:

    Genius! Absolutely beautiful!!!

  24. how did you do the lines on the egg? i love your blog, found it through Pinterest!

  25. So cute!

  26. shut the front door on the cuteness! Oh my , I want one right now.

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