Bite Sized Brownie Kabobs

These easy bite sized brownie kabobs are perfect for chocolate lovers. Soft, fudgy brownie balls are covered in melted chocolate, then covered in sprinkles.

If there is anything I love more than brownies, it’s gotta be brownie balls.

Actually, scratch that… “brownie ball kabobs” are even BETTER! 😉

These bite sized cuties are scrumptious… YUM!

bite sized brownie kabobs 1Soft… ooey gooey… and drenched in melted chocolate and colorful sprinkles.

Pure BLISSSS!

To make these, you can use whatever brownie recipe you like.

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But, here are a few of my favorites that you are more than welcome to try out…

MY OTHER RECIPES

My favorite classic brownies
Mocha brownies
Carrot brownies
Juicy brownies (made with cherry juice)
Vegan brownies
Black bean brownies 

bite sized brownie kabobs 2Just look at how CUTE they are! 😀

Anything with sprinkles just makes me soooooo happy 😀

And please DON’T tell me how bad sprinkles are for my health coz I am fully aware of that after reading an article last week.

Honestly, I just want to BLOCK everything I read from my memory forever…lol. 

bite sized brownie kabobs 3Anyways, the sprinkles added a little CRUNCH to these brownie kabobs which I really liked.

I don’t mind ADMITTING that I may have eaten more than half these brownie kabobs all by myself 😉

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But, my husband WASN’T too fond of them…

Let’s just say he has really “simple” taste and prefers to eat brownies straight from the pan… NO frosting, glaze or sprinkles! :O

I swear we are like polar OPPOSITES when it comes to desserts…

I like “over the top desserts” covered in frosting, chocolate and tonnes of sprinkles.

And my dear hubby likes his stuff plain ….very plain…VERY VERY plain… hahah

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To make these brownie kabobs, you will need the following supplies:

A pan of brownies (Scroll up to check out some of my favorite brownie recipes)
Cooked flour buttercream (Ermine frosting) – Only use if necessary. Read notes below.

Toothpicks
Melted chocolate
Colorful sprinkles
Wax paper
Cookie tray 

Notes:

– Basically, you make these brownie kabobs almost the same way as you make cake balls and cake pops.
– If your brownies are super fudgy, just take portions of your baked brownies and “squish” them together until you have ball shapes.
– If your brownies are a little dry and crumbly, add a little frosting until you have a “mushy” mixture and you are easily able to make ball shapes.
– Don’t make the mixture “wet” coz that would make it very difficult to create proper ball shapes. 

And here are the steps:

Step 1:
Take small portions of your baked brownie and “squish” them into small ball shapes.
Put 2 balls side-by-side and gently insert a toothpick through them.
Sometimes, the brownie balls break but you can just mold them into a ball shape again. 

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Step 2:
Pour melted chocolate on your brownie kabobs. 

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Step 3:
Place your kabobs on a cookie tray, lined with wax paper.
Throw some sprinkles on them.
Allow the chocolate to harden… you can place the tray in the fridge to speed up the process. 

bite sized brownie kabobs 8And you are done! 

Enjoy 😀

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Bite sized brownie kabobs
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Recipe type: Other Treats
 
These easy bite sized brownie kabobs are perfect for chocolate lovers. Soft, fudgy brownie balls are covered in melted chocolate, then covered in sprinkles.
Ingredients
  • A pan of brownies
  • Buttercream icing (Use if necessary. Read notes below)
  • Toothpicks
  • Melted chocolate
  • Colorful sprinkles
  • Wax paper
  • Cookie tray
Instructions
  1. Take small portions of your baked brownie and “squish” them into small ball shapes. Put 2 balls side-by-side and gently insert a toothpick through them. Sometimes, the brownie balls break but you can just mold them into a ball shape again.
  2. Pour melted chocolate on your brownie kabobs.
  3. Place your kabobs on a cookie tray, lined with wax paper. Throw some sprinkles on them. Allow the chocolate to harden… you can place the tray in the fridge to speed up the process.
  4. And you are done!
Notes
– Basically, you make these brownie kabobs almost the same way as you make cake balls and cake pops.
– If your brownies are super fudgy, just take portions of your baked brownies and “squish” them together until you have ball shapes.
– If your brownies are a little dry and crumbly, add a little frosting until you have a “mushy” mixture and you are easily able to make ball shapes.
– Don’t make the mixture “wet” coz that would make it very difficult to create proper ball shapes.

Until next time, tata my lovelies 🙂

7 Comments

  1. Karly

    June 6, 2017 at 9:42 am

    Okay, how STINKIN’ cute are these!? The brownies are drool worth on their own, but you know I’m a true sucker for those rainbow sprinkles!!

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