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Brownie Pop Ideas

Updated on March 7, 2014

Wilton Brownie Pops

If you are into baking, event planning, or crafting, you certainly know that cake and brownie pops have been an up and coming trend over the past few years. And why not, these adorable little bite-sized treats are fun to eat and easy to make.

A few years ago, Wilton introduced their brownie pop silicone pan which makes baking and decorating a snap. In this hub, you'll find step-by-step instructions for using the Wilton brownie pan to create pops as well as a collection of photos that show some of the cutest designs we've seen on the internet.

The great thing about cake and brownie pops is that they can be decorated in any color scheme or theme. So if you want ghosts for Halloween, edible gifts to use as wedding favors, little Santas to send as chocolate covered brownie gifts for the holidays, think about making some of these bite sized morsels to share with friends, family and co-workers.

Decorating Ideas in Pictures


Making The Brownie Pops

Here are some step-by-step instructions and tips for creating the best brownie pops ever!

Tools You Need:

All of the designs shown to the right started with brownies baked in the Wilton Brownie Pop Molds so first and foremost, you should either go to Amazon, Michael's or another local craft or baking supply store to get these pans/molds. Please note that if you are making a standard box of store-bought brownies, it will make 24 pops so I recommend buying 3 of the pans so that you can bake them all at one time.

You'll also need:

  • Box of Brownie Mix (I like Ghirardelli mixes the best)
  • Eggs, Oil, and Whatever You Need To Mix Brownies According To Package Directions
  • Pam Cookie Spray
  • 6" or 8" lollipop or brownie pop sticks
  • Parchment Paper
  • Melting Chocolate (depends on design)
  • Sprinkles, Nuts, Sugars (depends on design)
  • Small 4" Treat Bags & Ribbon (if you are using as favors)

Brownie Making Instructions

  1. Mix the brownies according to the package directions and preheat oven to temperature indicated on the package.
  2. Spray the inside of the brownie pop molds with the cooking spray or use a paper towel with oil on it to thoroughly coat the inside of mold hole. You don't want your brownies to stick in the pan.
  3. Use a cookie scoop to fill each hole about 2/3 to 3/4 full of brownie batter. Alternatively, you can put all of your batter into a Ziploc bag, seal it, then cut a small hole in one corner. Then just squeeze the batter into each brownie pop hole in the mold.
  4. Place the molds on a baking sheet and bake according to package directions (about 30 minutes depending on the mix).
  5. Remove from oven and pat tops of brownies flat with a spoon or spatula if they are crooked.
  6. Cool the brownies completely IN THE PANS before trying to remove them. Otherwise they will crumble and break apart. You can put them in the refrigerator or freezer for quicker cooling if you are in a time crunch.
  7. Remove them from the pan and place them on parchment paper with the flat side down.

Turning Your Brownies into Pop Masterpieces

  1. Decide on the design you want to create. You can see from the images to the right, sometimes the lollipop sticks get stuck in the flat part of the brownie (e.g. the Princess Pops) and sometimes they get stuck in the rounded part of the brownie (e.g. the Ghost Pops). Therefore you need to choose a design before inserting the pop sticks.
  2. Insert the sticks into the end of the brownie as described above. Note that the sticks will stay in better if you first coat the tip in a little melted chocolate prior to inserting them (see the Youtube video for an example).
  3. As you can see on each of the photos shown to the right, I have included a link to the source so I suggest that you visit these websites to get step-by-step instructions for decorating the pops for the design that you like. In most cases, you'll be using Wilton candy melts to cover or dip the brownie pops and then put them back on the parchment paper. Various nuts, toffee bits, coconut, sprinkles, colored sugars and more can be used to decorate the freshly-dipped pops before placing them back on the parchment paper. To create ghost, cat, and pumpkin faces, you can use edible markers that are also available through Amazon.
  4. For parties, I suggest using the Wilton Pops 2 Tier Display Stand or a vase filled with jelly beans or other edibles to hold the pops. You can also just display them on decorative plates if the flat surface of the pop can sit down on the plate. Alternatively, if you plan to use these as edible wedding favors or birthday party favors, you can place each pop inside a cellophane treat bag and tie with a ribbon for an adorable presentation. No matter what kind of party you are hosting, these little brownie pops make fun dessert gift ideas that your guests can enjoy when they return home. They'll be thanking you the next day!

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  • Thelma Alberts profile image

    Thelma Alberts 

    5 years ago from Germany and Philippines

    I have made brownies but not brownies pops, yet. Thanks for sharing the ideas. Have a nice week!

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    5 years ago from Peru, South America

    Having not returned to the U.S. for 3 years, we are really behind on the trends. These brownie pops sound delicious! And you can eat a couple of them without overindulging. They would be fun to decorate with the help of a child, too. Thank you for all these helpful tips!

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    Mary Hyatt 

    6 years ago from Florida

    I am crazy for CakePops (wrote a Hub about those), but I've never tried making the Brownie pops. I like this idea. There are so many different ways these can be decorated, I see.

    Voted UP, etc.

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    Nicole S Hanson 

    6 years ago from Minnesota

    These are such a great idea! I love chocolate, and I love brownies, so you really can't go wrong with these!

  • jkvkdailey4 profile image


    7 years ago from Minnesota

    YUM - I love these brownie pops! I've been wanting a brownie pop pan for a long time now, but I haven't gotten one until now. Can't wait for my pans to arrive (thanks for the tip about buying more than one) so I can make some of these creations!

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    Sarah Carlsley 

    7 years ago from Minnesota

    Yum! I'm a sucker for brownies but these look even tastier than I would have imagined! Wonderful step by step tutorial, great hub!


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