Brownie truffles with sprinkles

Dessert week is coming to a close.  It’s been real, its been fun but I’m ready to share some savory meals.

The other day I talked my husband into going with me to the local mall on a Saturday.  It’s only the busiest time to go especially when you highly dislike the crowds.  Before walking out we decided to take Olivia into the candy store.  It might have been more of a trip for me but the colors caught her attention.  After browsing the store and deciding to purchase a red velvet truffle for her to eat, my husband ventured to the fudge area.  Now mind you he is not a sweets person at all so him wanting something in the store was baffling to me.  He decided to go with a homemade brownie fudge.  I talked him into letting me have a little pinch of it.

Brownie truffles with sprinkles

While I was coming up with desserts for this week I pictured that brownie fudge from the mall.  Instead of fudge I was going to make a truffle with brownie flavors.  After rolling the truffles I decided that I didn’t like them plain and the only solution would be to roll them in sprinkles.  Yes, life just got better with the addition of sprinkles.

Brownie truffles with sprinkles

Just in case you missed the other dessert week recipes here they are: candylicious junkyard cookies, speckled cake balls, chocolate cherry ice cream and bunny dirt cups.

ENJOY ~ Meagan

Brownie truffles with sprinkles


1 box betty crocker supreme brownie mix
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup vegetable oil
packet of chocolate syrup (comes with the box)
4 ounce bar Ghirardelli semi sweet chocolate
4 ounce bar Ghirardelli milk chocolate
1 teaspoon vanilla
pinch of salt
1/4 cup half and half
1/2 cup sprinkles


In a large bowl combine the brownie mix, water, vegetable oil and syrup. Mix until its a smooth consistency and set aside.

Pour half and half into a double broiler and stir in the chocolate. Keep stirring until all chocolate has melted. Add the salt and vanilla.

Remove from heat and add 1 cup of the brownie mix to the chocolate mixer. Stir until well combined and pour into a glass bowl. Cover and place in refrigerator for at least 3 hours.

Make balls with a cookie or melon scooper. Roll in the sprinkles and store in refrigerator.

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11 comments on “Brownie truffles with sprinkles”

  1. Those look like so much FUN!!!!!!

  2. omg… these look amazing. And adding the sprinkles just makes them over the top…

  3. Mmmmmm!!!! brownie truffles sound like the PERFECT way to end such a sweet week! They look so rich and delicious-and prettyyyy 😛

  4. So fun!! I am loving sprinkles these days! 🙂

  5. So bright and colorful…I just like looking at them! (Although I’m sure I’d like eating them even more 😉 )

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