I love raw cookie dough, but I've been told I shouldn't eat it. Yeah, yeah, I get it, but it's just SO GOOD. Enter NO BAKE COOKIE DOUGH. Let's take it up a notch and wrap that baby in BROWNIE and cover it in WHITE CHOCOLATE. Grab up the printable recipe card here for keeps.
Look at that bite- It couldn't get any better! ANNNNNDDDDD its is sooooo easy. Lets get the ball rollin' (haha, get it, balls- like dough balls!). For an amazing brownie recipe, use the one I used for the Marble cheesecake. ONE BOWL. Done and Done.
FOR THE COOKIE DOUGH /
1 cup butter, softened
1 cup packed brown sugar (light or dark will work)
1 cup granulated sugar
4 tbsp. milk
3 tsp. vanilla extract
2 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup Semi-Sweet chocolate chips
1 / Using a stand or hand mixer, cream together the butter and sugars.
2 / While the mixer is on low, add the milk and vanilla and beat until incorporated.
3 / Add the flour and beat until just combined.
4 / Fold in the chocolate chips.
5 / Roll the dough into ½ inch- 1 inch balls and place on a tray (mine were quite large, we still need to wrap in brownie and dip in chocolate, so if you want smaller “pops” make sure you are rolling small pieces of dough!) Freeze until ready to use, this can be done in advance and frozen overnight or for a few days.
3 cups white melting chocolate
¼ cup milk or dark chocolate
1 / Remove the cooled brownie from the pan and break into pieces in a bowl. With your hands, mash up the brownie until it is an even consistency (you may have to snack on the outside crispier parts!).
2 / Grab a chunk of brownie and press flat in your hand. Rest a cookie dough ball in the flat brownie and wrap around. Use more flattened brownie to cover the entire cookie dough ball.
3 / Roll the dough ball like you would roll a meatball and place on a tray set aside.
4 / Melt your chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, stirring every 30 seconds at a time until smooth. You should use a deep bowl for this, you will want to be able to dunk the dough ball in in 1 motion and pull out quickly. (Please use a deep bowl, learn from my mistakes!). If you cannot get the whole ball in the chocolate, use a spoon to spoon the melted chocolate over the exposed pop.
5 / Insert the pop stick into the ball, and dunk into the melted chocolate. Insert the bottom of the stick into a styrofoam block to keep upright while they dry.
6 / In a clean bowl, melt a small amount of milk chocolate. Drizzle over finished pops.
Stick 'em in a small treat pag and tie a cute little ribbon. I sent these to work with both my roommates, and brought them to my office, and I am pretty sure I was the talk of the town.
One bite is a combo of so much goodness you'll keep coming back for more.
This recipe was so easy, and yielded so many pops, it would be perfect for a bridal or baby shower as a favor (or really any party) and because they travel so well (after they are dry, they can be laid down in a box or tupperware!), you don't have to worry at all! I'm thinking about all the different possibilities! What are you going to make them for?!