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Chocolate Covered Cherry Brownie Bombs

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Ingredients

1 box of brownie mix and the ingredients it takes to make them
3/4 cup chocolate frosting
15 oz almond bark melted according to package instructions
1 can of cherry pie filling or maraschino cherries (see note)

Chocolate Covered Cherry Brownie Bombs

  • 40 mins
  • Easy

Directions





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Steps

1
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Bake the brownies as directed and let cool completely. Do not overcook the brownies, crunchy brownie bits don't make for good bombs.

2
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Crumble the made brownies and mix in about 3/4 a cup of chocolate frosting. If you've made cake pops before, you want a similar consistency. You may need to add a little more, but you want to start out on the low side and add more if you need it.

3
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Once you have it the consistency needed (stays together easily but isn't too sticky to roll into balls), start with about 1 1/2 TBSP of brownie frosting mixture. (A cookie scoop makes it a lot easier.) Form it into a ball, but then make a hole in the middle that you can drop one cherry from the pie filling into.

4
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Fold the brownie ball in over the cherry or top with a little more of the brownie/frosting mixture and do your best to seal the cherry in.

5
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Once you have all your bombs made, pop them in the freezer for about 20 minutes.

6
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While they are hardening up in the freezer, melt your almond bark. You may need a little more or a little less depending on how heavily you coat the bombs.

7
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After the 20 minutes, take them out of the freezer and keep them in the refrigerator. Working one bomb at a time, drop it into the melted almond bark, pull it back out, and tap off the excess chocolate.

8
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Place it on wax paper and wait for it to dry completely.

9
Done

Recipe Notes

Either cherry pie filling or maraschino cherries can be used. Please note that the maraschino cherries are a lot easier to work with, but they do leak once inside the brownie bombs.

10
Done

A NOTE ON FREEZING:

I haven’t tried freezing them, but I would think it would work. I would just flash freeze them for about an hour in a single layer and then move them to an airtight container with paper towels between them.

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