1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Prepare brownies using box directions.
2. Spray brownie pop pan with cooking spray. Fill each cavity 3/4 full with batter. Place brownie mold on cookie sheet and place in hot oven for 20 minutes. Take brownies out and place a cookie treat stick in the top of the partially cooked brownie. Place back into oven for 10 more minutes.
3. When brownies are completely cooled, remove form mold by turning it sideways and pushing gently on bottom of each cavity.
4. Melt chocolate to dip the tip of the brownie in and sprinkle with sprinkles. Secure cookie treat stick in foam and let chocolate dry completely.
5. When dry, place in lollipop bags and tie with decorative ribbon.
I didn't do step #2 with baking the sticks in the mold, but I wish that I had and I'll do that next time. This has definitely been a learning process!
The other thing I would do, is use a 40% off coupon at Michael's and buy another brownie pop pan. It only makes 8 at a time and you need to completely cool in between batches. It was a long process!
This pan is really fun because there are so many things you can do with it! You can even use it to mold ice cream treats too.
I love to bake and cook, but it seems like I am always on a diet. To keep my sanity, I give myself one "cheat day " a week. On that day I have permission to splurge a little. I'd hate to do a cooking blog that was all healthy recipes, so I created Cheat Day Cafe so that I could share some of my non-diet recipes too. Cheat days make life more interesting! So here is a collection of healthy, real person, family recipes and a few "cheats" thrown in for fun.