Christmas brownie lollipops

Christmas brownie lollipops

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Cooking time

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 2 mins Plus cooling

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Makes 24

These sweet bites are great for festive entertaining, and are bound to be a hit with both kids and adults

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per lollipop

kcalories
78
protein
1g
carbs
8g
fat
5g
saturates
3g
fibre
0g
sugar
7g
salt
0.06g

Ingredients

  • 300g nut-free brownies (we used Waitrose brownies)
  • 50g chocolate, finely chopped
  • 100ml single cream
  • sprinkles, to decorate

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Method

  1. Cut the brownie into 24 pieces, then use your hands (greasing them if necessary) to roll each piece into a little ball about the size of a truffle. Insert a lolly stick, or wooden coffee stirrer snapped in half, into each ball.
  2. Place the chocolate into a large bowl. Bring the cream just to the boil in a small pan, then pour over the chocolate. Leave for a few mins until starting to melt, then stir until smooth. Dip the brownie lollipops into the melted chocolate until coated all over, scatter over the sprinkles to decorate, then leave for 30 mins until set. Try inserting the lolly sticks into an empty egg box to allow them to cool upright. Can be made up to 2 days in advance and stored in a cool place.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, December 2009

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georgia-1-2-3's picture

i'm trying this out withmy music class i hope they like it and from all the good revews i think they will

boosha17's picture

Lakeland also sell the green and red sprinkles and last year when I made these, I used the wooden stirrers from coffee shops cut in half for the sticks. I think tesco sell lolly sticks in their craft section.

applecrumble80's picture

Lakeland do lolly sticks and there's a great site for all things cake and cookie and chocolate related, including candy melts for coating the cakepops and a fab range of sprinkles - cakescookiesandcraftsshop.co.uk

lucyrumens's picture

I haven't made this yet but wanted to say to look on Ebay for lolly sticks and gorgeous sprinkles!

cloud9clara's picture
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Used Sainsburys Brownie Bites cut in half and popped them in the freezer for 15 mins so they firm. Nake sure the chocolate mixture is quite firm or just runs off. Otherwise they look very good all done!

invercakes's picture

I have found lollipop sticks on the internet at design-a-cake.co.uk

sakashmiri's picture

Hi, can anyone let me know where you can purchase the lollipop sticks from? I haven't been able to find them. Thanks

fatimachohan's picture

Once you've rolled them into balls, try freezing them for a little while before coating...that will stop the crumbliness.

guiness's picture
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I made these last year and they weren't very successful. They were 2 crumbly to coat and i just ended up with a big bowl of chocolate brownie crumbs and chocolate. Hope you have more luck than me.

zed_morley's picture

i've seen sprinkles in many supermarkets, try a larger store, good luck, gonna make these for boxing day, got all the family over.

tinkerbell_makeawish's picture

Where do you find the GORGEOUS christmas sprinkles?

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