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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

"Candy Cane Brownie Lollipops"

Hello readers,

I volunteered to bring a dessert and a casserole to my parents' Thanksgiving, and rolls to my husband's family.  Today, I made the dessert.  They're called Candy Cane Brownie Lollipops, these are totally not my own recipe, it came from:
http://www.accenttheparty.com/party-blog/view/41791/how-to-make-candy-cane-brownie-lollipops-for-christmas

I found it on Pinterest.  So this says to put the brownie mix on wax paper, and I regret doing that, also, I didn't bake mine for as long as it said to, and the ends got a little burnt, sad!  But after I fought with the wax paper sticking to everything I gave up on using the scoop and used my hands.  DO NOT put the crunchy parts of the brownie in your balls, it makes it hard for them to stay together.  I just used chocolate almond bark, and rolled them in crushed up candy canes and sprinkles.  Some of the brownies were falling apart, so I just put shorter candy cane sticks in them.

This recipe was harder than it looked, I haven't tried it yet, but they look cute, and smell yummy.  It just got on my nerves!  I'm not much of a baker.

I will update all and let you know how they turn out!

Happy Thanksgiving!

-Meg

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