Half Baked Bites

Half Baked - Brownie & Cookie Dough Layered Pops! Via blog.candiquik.com

Okay, if you know anything about me you know that I’m CRAZY about ice cream. And one of my favorite flavors!? Ben & Jerry’s Half Baked. Stuff is ‘mazing.

Ice cream has to be one of my favorite go-to desserts.

That and a good flourless chocolate torte, warm & chewy chocolate chip cookies, or a freshly baked shortbread-anything, ohhh and scones. Love scones.

Okay, so maybe I’m a little obsessed with sweets in general. These ‘half-baked’ cookie dough-brownie layered pops are no exception.

Half Baked - Brownie & Cookie Dough Layered Pops! Via blog.candiquik.com

When you sink your teeth into one of these babies you will love the combination of the dense chocolate brownie with the cookie dough.

Make sure to FLIP these over when cutting them into squares (so that the cookie dough is on the bottom).

This will make your life 10x easier because the cookie dough outweighs the brownie.

Half Baked Bites – Cookie Dough Brownie Pops
Serves: 16
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These sweet bites are the ultimate treat! A thick layer of brownie topped with cookie dough, cut into squares and dipped in chocolate!
  • 1 box brownie mix (plus ingredients for mix)
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 cup plus 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda (for flavor)
  • dash of salt
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ⅓ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ⅓ cup Greek yogurt (replaces eggs)
  • ½ cup (or to taste) semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • lollipop sticks
  • 2 (16 oz.) packages Chocolate CANDIQUIK Coating
  1. Prepare brownie mixture according to package directions, baking in an 8×8” pan.
  2. Prepare cookie dough while brownies are baking:
  3. In a large mixing bowl, cream the sugars and butter together until well mixed, beat in the yogurt and vanilla extract until mixed.
  4. Mix the flour, salt, and baking soda and add this to the butter/sugar mixture. Stir until well combined, and fold in the chocolate chips.
  5. Roll mixture out onto a flat surface to approximately 8”x8”.
  6. Once brownies are baked and completely cooled, turn out onto a baking sheet. Transfer cookie dough on top of the brownie. Place mixture in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  7. Remove from freezer and turn upside down (cookie dough facing down) onto a cutting board. Cut into small squares.
  8. Insert a lollipop stick into each brownie/cookie dough bite.
  9. Melt Chocolate CANDIQUIK according to package directions and transfer into a deep cup.
  10. Holding the end of the lollipop stick, dip each brownie pop into the chocolate coating and place on wax paper to dry.
  11. Best served cold from the fridge.


Now you seriously need to go and make these. There’s nothing NOT to like! I had a friend tell me she didn’t want to eat them because of the raw egg in cookie dough…Welp, no raw eggs were used in the making of these pops!

Half Baked - Brownie & Cookie Dough Layered Pops! Via blog.candiquik.com

I used the Ghiradelli fudge brownie mix which came with a chocolate fudge frosting packet that you may notice hiding in between the cookie dough and brownie…


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Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pops

Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites | Miss CandiQuik


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  1. says

    Yes, I am so into these! I love B& J ice cream because they have so many mix-ins, and as we all know, a chunky ice cream is the best kind of ice cream.

    Also, not to be THAT PERSON, but the bigger risk in cookie dough actually comes from the raw flour–there have been a few E. coli outbreaks where the contaminant was in uncooked flour. If someone is really concerned about it then they should heat the flour in an oven-proof bag on low heat until it’s 165 F in the center for 20 minutes, then cool before using. I’m actually really casual about this type of thing myself (bring on the raw cookie dough!) but if you do have friends that are concerned, it’s good info to have.

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