Mint Fudge Brownie Pops prove that dessert is much more fun on a stick. You've got to try one!
Have you ever noticed that food served on a stick instantly becomes infinity times more popular than food NOT on a stick?
It defies all logic. Food on a stick is still the same food… it’s just on a stick. Does the stick hold magical powers? Do we subconsciously hate forks? I really wish I could solve this whole stick-food mystery, but alas… it’s destined to go in the file that holds my Loch Ness investigation from 1989. Obviously real, but unable to be explained.
I’m every bit as guilty of the stick-food mania. Regular hamburgers don’t really excite me, but pop a mini burger on a little stick and I’m suddenly in awe. “A BURGER KABAB!! This is the best thing I’ve ever seen in MY LIFE!! I’LL TAKE TWENTY!!”
It’s quite ridiculous, I mean really. But with that being said, can we all agree that Burger Kabobs should replace all normal burgers from here on out? If enough of us get behind the Burger Kabob Movement, I have faith that we can make it happen.
It is with this in mind that I have created these Mint Fudge Brownie Pops. Do they HAVE to be served on a stick? Well, duh. I think we have established that a stick holds just enough intrigue to make food infinity more appetizing and desirable. Also, that sounded like a commercial for something entirely inappropriate. Sorry about that.
These fudgy brownies on a stick are covered in thick and fluffy mint buttercream, coated in melted chocolate (can we say enrobed? ENROBED in melted chocolate) and sprinkled generously with chopped mint chocolates.
They are fudgy and creamy and cool and probably one of the best things you’ll ever eat. I actually feel sorry for anyone you don’t share these for, because they will never know what true happiness is.
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