Valentine's Day Brownie Pops

I'm not the kind of girl that likes to get flowers. If I can't use, wear, or eat it, it isn't very practical to me. When Wilton sent me their Brownie Pop Molds, I couldn't wait to do a trial run for Valentine's Day gifts.  I'd rather have brownie flowers over real ones any day! They were really easy to make and will be perfect for my hubby, the grandparents, and my neighbors!


They were very easy to make and I even used a box brownie mix!  I baked at 350 for about 25 minutes.

Once they are cool, dip a stick in chocolate and put it in the brownie.  I put it back in the refrigerator to harden.

Melt the chocolate colors that you're going to use.

Dip in sprinkles or pour them onto the pops.  Using two bowls, I would pour the sprinkles over the pops until they were fully covered.

You can dip the whole things in chocolate and put sprinkles on them.

Or you can dip the tops in chocolate and make mini brownie truffles. I bought these mini cupcake wraps and they were the perfect size.

Wilton also sent me these paper flowers with the cake pop products. They would make a great bouquet for Valentine's Day!

They all turned out really yummy and were fun to make as a family

This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Wilton did provide me with the pan for review, but all other ingredients/materials are my own.


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30 comments:

Simply Being Mommy said...

They look lovely! Great job.

mommy2luke2008 said...

I have the same silicone pan, that I won in a giveaway! How long did you bake them and at what temperature? These look really good, and I may make some for an upcoming baby shower! How cute would these look with some edible glitter :)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love the sprinkles! All the shades of pink and red look so cheery!

Snipsandsnails said...

I've always wanted to try making Cake Pops. Great job, they look yummy and pretty!

Momstart said...

Oh yummy, you are making me want to go and get something sweet to eat. MMM. those look great!

cookiesANDclogs said...

You had me at 'brownie' :) Those look fab and you make it seem to simple. Maybe I can even do these!

Kathy said...

Those look yummy! I have made them myself and they are pretty easy to work with, such a great idea for Valentine's Day

Courtney said...

They are adorable! I actually prefer the brownie pops over cake pops in taste. Major brownie fan :)

shopannies said...

what a sweet valentine treat they look really pretty and special

Nichol said...

They turned out wonderful. Great gift for Valentine's Day!

Frosted Fingers said...

They turned out great!!

Barbara said...

yum,I thnk they look delish, can't wait to try making them.

Kelli @ RTSM said...

Yum! I would pick brownies over flowers any day:)

Sylvia said...

Fantastic idea! I may do them with my family too!

The Shopping Mama said...

Those are so cute! They turned out really well. And, I'm with you - I'd take a brownie pop over a rose any day of the week.

Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

Those look cute and very yummy! I want to make some.

Night Owl Mama said...

so festive I love them and look so delicious too
thanks for the SWEET Idea

Heather @ Girl Gone Mom said...

How adorable is that?!

MoonChylde said...

Those look so yummy & cute!

Myya said...

Pretty & Yummy... what a great combo!!!

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

These look absolutely fabulous! I'm a huge fan of any edible gift and if it's chocolate, I like it that much more! I may have to make these with my daughters! Thanks!

Christi said...

These are gorgeous! I've never made pops with brownies before; I'll have to try it. I also never knew the trick about dipping the stick in chocolate first. Thanks for this post!

Leah said...

oh they look so good! Is there a special "brownie pop" pan or do you use a mini-muffin pan?

Hil'Lesha said...

Yummy!

candace said...

OMG those look amazing!

That Bald Chick (formerly ladyvdzine) said...

Those look fun and yummy. Stupid question... why do you have to dip the stick first?

moonsword said...

Thanks so much for posting this...love them! I might try decorating them as toadstools with tiny frogs or elves on top.

lewalk said...

They look fantastic. You did a great job. My family would be thrilled to get a 'bouquet' of those. lol. I am definitely going to look into that, probably for Easter since I missed Valentine's Day. Thanks for the great info.

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Audrey's mom said...

You make this look so easy! I have always been afraid to try to make cake pops. Just might give it a try now, thanks!

ticklemetiffyyyy said...

I have been looking for a good cake pop recipe but seeing this I think brownie pops will work just fine!

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