Rich, fudge brownie pops that are easy to make and rolled in buttery toffee bits for a fun and festive dessert!
This is what dreams are made of.
Are you more of a fudge brownie lover or cake brownie lover? Do you even love brownies? Or do you prefer blondes? Or do you not care one bit as long as you have a brownie in your hand?
I am the latter, although I do enjoy a blondie to keep things exciting around here.
With the holidays approaching, I can only think of all the parties, family gatherings and cookie exchange parties that are on the horizon. I could make a tried and true recipe but that is not fun. Nor the style of a food blogger. Rather, I adore experimenting and coming to each gathering prepared with a dish full of new recipes.
So when Cooking Light came out with their holiday issue, I was ecstatic with all their delicious treats. One being Fudge Brownie Pops. A fun spin on the cake pop, but 10x better as chocolate is involved.
Fudge style, not one but two types of chocolate and buttery toffee. There is not much there I have self control with. The brownie mixture is simple to make; melt semi sweet chocolate chips, mix with dark cocoa powder, flour, a bit of sugar and an egg. Then bake, cool and crumble. Mix with coconut oil to create a fudge like consistency that is then dipped into melted chocolate and finished off with a toffee bits.
Upon the chocolate coating cooling, add the lollipop stick and you are good to go!
How can you say no?
Craving more chocolate?
If you make this recipe, make sure to snap a photo and hashtag it #HOUSEWIFEINTRAININGFILES. I’d love to see what you are cooking up in your kitchen!1