I’ve got a sweet tooth. And I like to cook and bake. My friends and co-workers love this because I usually want like one piece of cake but you’ve got to make the whole cake to have one piece. I’m always taking leftovers into work or passing on one of my creations. One of the things my kids get the most excited about when I make it is a dip. I’ve only got to make one thing (the dip) and they can all use their favorite things to enjoy it. This brownie batter dip is no different. You can use so many different things to eat it with that everyone is able to enjoy it their own favorite way.
What do I need to make brownie batter dip?
Well it’s pretty easy actually. I’ve almost always got these things on hand in my pantry. Here’s what you need to throw this brownie batter dip together:
• M&M Candies
• 15oz Whipped Topping
• 18oz Box Brownie Mix
• 8oz Cream Cheese
• 1/4 Cup Milk
• Cookies and fruit ( For Dunking)
Start out by mixing your brownie mix, the whipped topping, and cream cheese together in a large bowl. Add the milk in to help thin the brownie batter dip to the consistency you prefer.
If I making this to put out for a party or something, I mix it in a different bowl than I’m going to serve it in. And if you’re not going to be serving it right away, I mix it right in the container I’m storing it in.
When you’re ready to serve the brownie batter dip, put it into your serving dish. Add the chocolate covered candies to the top of the dip. Pick colors to match whatever you’re celebrating. Think pastels for spring or red and green for Christmas. If you made your dip in advance, make sure to add in time for it to sit out and warm up a little bit before you need to serve it.
Want a little texture in your dip? Try mixing something into your dip. Chocolate chips, mint patties, chocolate covered candies, or crunched up chocolate sandwich cookies would all be great mixed in with this.
You’ll also want to put out what you’ll be using to eat your dip with. I love having a mix of healthy and sweet things to eat your dip with. It could be a variety of different dippers like vanilla wafers, strawberries, or sugar wafers. Try mixing in marshmallows to the dip and using graham crackers to eat it for a twist on s’mores.