Show me a baker who is on a roll and I’ll show you someone sitting on a bun.
I saw this Brownie Pop Mold in a Wilton Cake Decorating Yearbook Magazine and couldn’t resist buying it.
You can get one here.
These pops are super easy to make and lots of fun to eat.
Your favorite 8 x 8 inch size brownie mix
Brownie Pop mold
Chocolate to melt
Assorted candies and sprinkles to dip (I used sprinkles, small rainbow chips and graham cracker crumbs)
1. Spray each mold cavity with non-stick spray.
2. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions.
3. Fill each mold 2/3 fill with batter.
4. Place mold on a level baking sheet for easy positioning and removal from oven. Bake according to recommended temperature on recipe for 15 to 20 minutes.
5. Remove from oven and carefully insert lollipop sticks into brownies. Continue baking for 10 to 15 minutes or until brownies test done.
6. Place pan on cooling rack and cool completely.
7. To remove baked goods, invert pan and apply gentle pressure to the bottom while gently peeling the pan away.
8. Melt chocolate. Dip brownie pop in chocolate and then roll in your choice of topping.
Note: The lollipop sticks can also be inserted after brownies are cooled; secure with melted Candy Melts or chocolate. (I think I will do this next time as it was a bit of a fiddle taking the brownies in and out of the oven until they were set enough to keep the sticks from not standing straight.)
Makes 24 brownies
Recipe from Wilton.com
Today’s Short And Sweet songs both come from Aidan John Moffat’s brilliant album ‘Ten Short Songs For Modern Lovers’.
This short video contains ‘Whisper It’ plus some more AJM. It is a fabulous way to spend one minute and ten seconds.
And the very sweet ‘Less Than Three’. Pretty short, too.
Aidan John Moffat-Less Than Three
Check out Aidan John Moffat on his Website, where you can link to buy the music.