Holy schmoly! These Brownie Batter Bites are like licking the brownie bowl clean. But less of a mess on your face and guess what they are no bake. No bake. Easy. 20 minutes and they are ready. Hurry run to the kitchen and make these now.
Has anyone else out there been caught with brownie batter on the end of their nose? Come on raise your hand, its happened to you. At least it has happened to me. I get the bowl, the spoon, the spatula clean. Like so clean you wouldn’t even know that I used them. I love brownie batter. Like oh, so much. My favorite is Ghirardelli’s Double Chocolate brownie mix. It is to die for. And for years I thought my dad’s brownies were made from scratch. And guess what they weren’t. He used Ghirardelli’s and then made his own frosting. To. Die. For. Be sure to check them out and try them.
Now these little bites are rich, so you may just need 1-2 or to kick that afternoon sugar craving. But let me also warn you, they are addictive. I had to eat all the leftovers, so my kids wouldn’t. You know because I am just that kind of mom (wink).
So if you have a 15-20 minutes, take the time to make these Brownie Batter Bites. No bake. No problem!
- ½ cup butter, softened
- 2 cups brownie mix, I prefer Double Chocolate brownie mix (with the chocolate chunks!)
- ½ cup flour
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1 cup melting chocolate, optional
- 1 tablespoon chocolate sprinkles, optional
In a medium-sized bowl, shift together brownie mix and flour. Beat in butter, vanilla extract and milk until it starts to come together and smooth. Set the batter in the fridge for 10 minutes.
Scoop a heaping tablespoon, I actually use a cookie dough scooper, makes the job easy! Pack in the dough then remove from the scooper or tablespoon and place a pan. Once all the batter bite are on the pan, place in the refrigerator to chill 10 minutes (optional, I do this so the batter isn’t as sticky). While the dough is chilling, melt chocolate according to package directions. I heat in 30 second intervals, until chocolate is completely melted.
Once you have melted the chocolate also roll them into balls which I did for the batch pictured. Or you have just drizzle the chocolate over the bites as they are. I love to dip the tops into the melted chocolate and top with chocolate sprinkles.