Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Chocolate & Caramel Brownie Push Pops

I made these scrumptious Chocolate & Caramel Brownie Push Pops for my lovely little sister's birthday. 

Despite the lovely layering, these were actually really simple to make and great fun to put together.

I started by halving my favourite chocolate brownie recipe and baking the batter in a Swiss roll tin.  After around 10 minutes baking I ended up with a large, thin sheet of delicious fudgy brownie.  I used the top of one of the push pop containers to cut out small circles or disks of brownie, this worked a treat and the little brownie rounds slid into the push pop containers like a dream.

My Push Pops were layered as follows:

Brownie, Chocolate Buttercream, Salted Caramel, Brownie, Chocolate Buttercream, Salted Caramel, Brownie, Chocolate Buttercream and a Sprinkle of Chocolate Curls.

I am definitely making these again, I have some brilliant ideas and I will of course be giving my next batch an extraordinary Buttercream Bakery edge.

x x x


Bubblebeard said...

I just had to leave a comment when i saw these! My names Grace and im in my first year as a baking student in Dublin and i have to say, you are so talented! I find all of your posts so inspiring, i hope to one day but up to your standard. I absolutely love reading you posts, i love the humor in them too! So long as you keep blogging your amazing talent, ill keep reading! <3

Butter Hearts Sugar said...

Oh wow these sound dreamy!! Awesome idea using the lid as a cutter.

Kim said...

These are so cute! Can't wait to see what other combo's you come up with.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Ingenious!! You always think of the most creative cupcakes and now these Push Ups. I have to google the push up mold.

hybridoriental said...

These are great, what a good idea! I'd love to try these with brownies, peanut butter, chocolate/caramel sauce and ice cream! Great for the summer :)

Tara's Glue Sticks and Tape said...

Did you make the salted caramel do did you buy it? What is the recipe or brand? Picture or link of the brand please.