I made these cute Ghost Brownie Pops with the Wilton Brownie Pops 8-Cavity Silicone Mold. I have used this mold before and not really sure how much I liked it. It must all be in the brownie mix! This time, I used the Betty Crocker Low Fat Fudge Brownie Mix. I sprayed the mold and filled the cavities 2/3 full. The brownie pops baked in preheated 350 degree oven for 15 minutes, I then inserted sticks and then finished baking them for another 20 minutes.
|The above picture from the first time I used the mold|
in making Princess Brownie Pops.
After the brownie pops were done baking, I let them fully cool in the molds on a cooling rack. The sticks stayed in the brownies without a problem and worked great for dipping! Again, it must be the type of brownie mix.
After the brownie pops were cooled and unmolded, I dipped them in Vanilla Candiquik. I prefer using Candiquik for making cake pops and brownie pops. I have consistently had the best results with Candiquik versus other brands that I have tried. It reheats easily in the microwave and stays dipping consistency longer.
After the first dip, I let the candy set up and then gave the ghosts a second dip in the pool so the brownie didn't show through. I have found a second dip is really only necessary when using darker colored cakes or brownies.
|The faces are drawn on with Duff Candy Writer!|
The first time I used the Duff Candy Writer on my Jack Skellington Cake Pops, I had to put the tube back in the hot water a few times to remelt it. This time, I must have initially melted it better in the hot water and melting once was enough for all 8 pops! The Duff Candy Writer works great and there is still plenty left in the tube!
It's nice when everything works out easily as planned!
I hope that through my adventures, trial and errors, that I have helped you to easily create brownie pops!
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