These brownie pops are such an easy and fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!  You start out with a fudgy brownie mix.  (I know…I know.  Some of you shudder at the thought of using a prepared mix, but there are times…many times…that I find mixes to be perfectly fine.  And this is one of those times.)  Anyway, you bake the brownies according to the package directions.  After they cool, you cut off the crusty edges and cut the brownies into 24 squares.  You then roll the brownie into a ball and insert the popsicle stick.  They are dipped, first, into melted dark chocolate and, when that dries, they are dipped again into melted white chocolate, which I tinted green.  The complete and easy-to-follow directions are here.

And they taste soooooo good!

Moist, chocolaty and not at all too sweet (if there ever is such a thing)!

The little leprechauns at my house are sure to enjoy these at our party.  That is, if the luck of the Irish is with them and there are any left to share.


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  1. Andrea says:

    O’ my were not as pretty 🙁 HOw did you keep the dark choclate from pelting off and into the white chocolate?!?!

    • Ann says:

      I waited until the dark chocolate was completely set and dry to the touch. When I dipped them into the white chocolate, I went about two-thirds the way up the pop, leaving some of the dark chocolate exposed.

      If you did allow the chocolate to set completely, is it possible that the white chocolate was a bit too warm, melting the chocolate layer below? Just a thought.

      They may not have been too pretty, but I’m sure they were delicious! Hope this helps –