Peppermint Brownie Pops + #ChristmasWeek Magimix Giveaway!

Peppermint Brownie Pops -- a fun treat that is so simple to make with your favorite boxed brownie mix

Welcome to Christmas Week, a multi-blogger event co-hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Jen from Juanita’s Cocina! Each day we will be celebrating the holidays with a different set of Christmas-themed treats, as well as a fabulous Christmas giveaway. We hope you enjoy this fabulous event. Tune in each day starting today, Monday, December 9th and ending Saturday, December 14th.

Peppermint Brownie Balls 1

My first #ChristmasWeek treat is Peppermint Brownie Pops —  a kid favorite and SO easy! They are made with a boxed fudge brownie mix of your choice, with a bit of peppermint extract mixed in. The brownie mix is baked, like usual, and after baking and cooling, you will make round balls of brownie.

Peppermint Brownie Pops

Cake pop or lollipop sticks are dipped in white chocolate and then inserted into the middle of each brownie ball. Freeze them for about 30 minutes to help set everything.

Peppermint Brownie Pops

The brownie pops are fully dipped and covered in white chocolate and sprinkled with crushed peppermint or sprinkles to make them even more fun. That’s all there is to it.

Peppermint Brownie Pops

Peppermint Brownie Pops

Yield: About 20 pops


  • 1 box fudge brownie mix (for 13x9" baking dish; mixed according to instructions on box)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons peppermint extract
  • 12 ounces white chocolate chips
  • Cake pop or lollipop sticks (about 20)
  • Finely crushed candy canes or peppermint sprinkles


  1. Stir peppermint extra into brownie batter. Bake brownies according to package instructions.
  2. When done baking, allow to cool. Scoop out a small amount of brownies and shape into a ball, avoiding brownies at the very edge of the pan as the crispiness of the edges may interfere with making nice, smooth, round balls. Place balls on a wax paper lined plate or tray.
  3. Melt chocolate in microwave in a microwave safe bowl at 20-30 second intervals, stirring after each 20-30 seconds, until chocolate is completely melted.
  4. Dip the end of 1 stick into the melted chocolate and then directly into the center of one of the brownie balls. Repeat with remaining brownie balls, placing balls, with sticks pointing upwards, back onto wax lined plate or tray.
  5. Place brownie balls in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Remelt chocolate, if necessary. Dip each brownie ball into melted chocolate, allowing excess to fall off. Sprinkle with crushed candy canes or sprinkles. All to dry completely before serving.


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***This giveaway is for one Magimix by Robot-Coupe 3200XL 12-Cup Food Processor (in white)! This giveaway is open to Continental US residents only . When the contest concludes, the winner will be chosen by random draw. The winner will be notified through e-mail and they will have 3 days to respond or another winner will be chosen.***

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***Disclaimer: This giveaway is being provided by Magimix by Robot-Coupe. #ChristmasWeek bloggers have not received product or been compensated as a part of this giveaway.***

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About the Author: brandie (548 Posts)

Brandie Valenzuela is a food blogger and writer at Home Cooking Memories. She lives in Las Vegas, NV where she enjoys cooking, baking, modern-day recipe keeping and making everyday memories with her family. She is known to have an extremely normal obsession with cupcake liners, ribbons and office supplies.


  1. I did not know that they were so easily made and what a great idea for Christmas. I am picturing all the neighborhood kids going crazy for more. =)

  2. Love how easy these are to make! Thanks for joining us!

    Happy day #1!

  3. How adorable are those, Brandie! So easy to make and just precious. These would be great for a school Christmas party!

  4. The first thing I’d make would be homemade bread.

  5. I love anything on a stick – esp brownies!

  6. Beautiful! And how fun are treats on a stick?!?! The kids are going to freak out over these! :-)

  7. I love these pops. I have tried to make them numerous times and I just don’t have the touch. Obviously you do. Great little spheres of happiness.

    Thanks so much for joining us this week. So excited to have you on board.

  8. jenifer Bazyl says:

    Would be so helpful in making holiday cookies and biscotti :)

  9. Have to try these cake pops!!

  10. Love these! They would be perfect to give to my students!

  11. Oh, boy, would my kids love these! SO festive AND yummy!

  12. how adorable, festive, and delicious!

  13. Your instructions are so easy to follow. I love these recipes! Thanks.

  14. The 1st thing Id make is 1 of the recipes I saw last week on Chopped!

  15. Becky Egeland says:

    A hearty warm soup on this cold winter day. :)

  16. I would make some soup!

  17. Love how simple yet festive these are when you need something last minute.

  18. Elizabeth Morris says:

    Tasty! I think I could even make these. They are beautiful.

  19. I would make pie crust for apple pie!


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