Cake Pop Maker Brownie Bites
Everyone loves a luscious, chocolatey dessert, especially when it comes in bite-size form. Next time you’re craving a fudgy morsel to satisfy your sweet tooth, try this brownie cake bites recipe. These are a fun, tasty alternative to your traditional chocolate cupcake, and they’re easy to make.
With the melted dark chocolate mixed right into the batter, these cake bites are everything you expect a brownie to be, in a mini snackable form!
The low flour content keeps these brownie cake pops nice and fudgy and the dark chocolate elevates the richness.
If you don’t have all of the equipment required in this recipe, don’t worry! A mixing spoon works just as well as a whisk. A microwave can be used in place of a double boiler. If you don’t have a piping bag, a plastic zip top bag with the corner cut off works just as well.
Technically, if you don’t have a cake pop baker, this brownie bites recipe can even be baked in a sheet pan and cut into different shapes.
Just be sure to test for doneness by poking the center with a toothpick or knife. If it comes out clean, the brownies are done. Store these bites in an airtight container to preserve freshness, and enjoy!
These treats are the perfect dessert to bring to a party, serve to your family as an after dinner delight, a Valentine’s Day snack for kids or just to treat yourself!
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Cake Pop Maker Brownie Bites
- 1 cup flour
- 1 ¼ cups sugar
- 1 tsp. baking powder
- 6 oz. dark chocolate bar - broken into pieces
- 5 oz. butter
- 3 eggs
- 2 tsp. vanilla extract
- In a bowl, combine all dry ingredients (flour, sugar and baking powder).
- Melt the chocolate and butter together using a double boiler, or place a metal bowl over a pot of simmering water and add the chocolate/butter to the bowl to melt it, stirring occasionally.
- Add the melted chocolate/butter mixture to the dry ingredients and mix together with a wooden spoon. Add the eggs and vanilla. Mix until well combined.
- Lightly oil the cake pop maker cooking plates. Plug it in to preheat. Pour brownie batter into a piping bag.
- With the piping bag, pour batter into cake pop maker holes, to just below the top of the hole. (Alternatively, you can use a teaspoon to transfer the batter.)
- Close the lid and bake for about 8 minutes, or until baked through. I like to use a narrow spatula with a heat glove on to remove them.
- They will be hot inside, so let them cool and enjoy!
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