Valentine is around the corner, and one of the things I love to make is brownies just because chocolate is always a good idea.
These Brownie Popsicles I made five years ago for my Norwegian baking book ( just sweet) and thought I share this idea with you all.
The thing I love about silicon molds is that you can use them for making ice cream popsicles but also for baking cakes and brownies.
You can use any brownies, but these fudge brownies are my favorite.
I love adding some pecan or walnuts at times to my brownies as they give a delicious crunch with each bite.
If you don’t have a popsicle silicone mold, bake the brownies just as you would, and use a popsicle shaped /hearth shapes cookie cutter and cut out popsicles and proceed as described below.
- One recipe for fudge brownie
- Dark chocolate
- Coconut oil
- Sprinkles for garnish
- Make your favorite recipe for brownies ( you can find my fudge brownie recipe here)
- Bake the brownies of in the silicon molds.
- Once the brownies are ready, cool them off in the silicon mold.
- Place the brownies in the freezer for about 10 minutes.
- In heatproof bowls set over pots of boiling water, or in the micro melt dark chocolate Add a teaspoon of coconut oil if needed to thin the chocolate.
- Take the brownies out of the freezer, insert a popsicle stick coated in melted chocolate into each popsicle.
- Place in the freezer again for about 15 minutes to set.
- Dip each of the chilled brownies pops into the mixture.
- Lay the pops on a silicone baking mat or wax parchment paper to set.
- Once the chocolate has set, garnish with sprinkles.
- Allow to set, serve and enjoy.
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