Brownie Bombs are just a fun and fancy name for chocolate covered brownie bites. These little guys will explode with chocolatey flavor when you eat them!
So these cute little brownie bombs are just a fancy name for chocolate covered brownie bites. Sometimes it is fun to play with the names of things.
Besides, my kids love that they can pop one in their mouth and taste the explosion of flavor! See what I did there? 😉
How to Make Gluten-Free Brownie Bombs
These lovely and yummy brownie bombs are incredibly easy to make. (Do I do things any other way?) Here’s how I made them. Grab your own ingredients and make a batch too. You’ll love them!
Gluten-Free Brownie Bombs Ingredients
Here’s what you’ll need to make them:
- Brownie Mix
- Chocolate Chips
- Dairy-Free Butter
- Sunflower Seed Butter
Undercook the Brownies
The secret to chewy brownie bombs is to undercook the brownies.
First, you are going to mix up the brownies in a large bowl per the instructions on the package. Then bake your brownies in a regular baking pan.
Make sure not to overcook the brownies here – you want them to be soft and sticky enough to roll into balls later. Let your brownies cool completely while you are making the chocolate sauce!
Make the Chocolate Sauce
That involves melting down some delicious chocolate chips! What’s better than melted chocolate? That’s right. Nothing.
I used some of this delicious dairy-free chocolate, sunflower seed spread, and dairy-free butter to create the delicious gooey melted chocolate topping that enveloped our brownie bites!
Roll the Brownies Into Small balls
While your chocolate is melting as you stir it, you can become a super multi-tasker and roll your baked gluten-free brownies into 1 inch balls. Just simply roll the brownies between your hands.
Coat the Brownie Bombs with Chocolate Sauce
Once your chocolate mixture is melted and your nut-free brownies are rolled into balls, you are ready to coat with chocolate!
Simply spoon a brownie ball, one at a time into the mixture. With a slotted spoon remove the brownie bomb bite slowly and place on parchment paper to harden. It’s easier if you use a cookie sheet lined with parchment, then you can pop the whole thing into the fridge so you don’t have to wait so long for the chocolate coating to set.
Are you a brownie lover? You need to check out these Avocado Brownies from Dishing Delish.
Decorate the Brownie Bombs
Next, is the FUN part! You get to customize your delicious brownie bombs to your liking.
Whether you sprinkle them with powdered sugar, leave them as is or sprinkle with your favorite colorful sprinkles …THESE tasty treats are sure to please!
How Else Can I Personalize These Brownies?
The possibilities here are endless!
- Try white chocolate or candy melts for the coating
- Use crushed cookies or candies for the topping
- Add in chocolate chips to the brownies themselves for a little extra chocolate.
- Put them on sticks and call them brownie pops!
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More Dessert Ideas
Still looking for more sweet recipes? Check out these recipes from my blogger friends:
- Banana Oatmeal Cookies
- Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Vegan Chocolate Cake
- Gluten-Free Cut Out Sugar Cookies
- 1 box of Enjoy Life Foods Brownie Mix plus ingredients needed as listed on the box
- 1/2 c of Enjoy Life Foods Dark Chocolate Chips
- 1 T Dairy-Free Butter
- 1 T heaping size of Creamy SunFlower Seed Butter
- Optional: Powdered Sugar Sprinkles
- Prepare brownies per the directions on box. Bake, set aside to cool.
- While brownies are cooling, in a small sauce pan over low heat, combine the chocolate chips, sunflower seed spread and butter. Stir until melted.
- Take cooled brownies and rolls into 1 inch balls. Simply grab some baked brownie and roll gently between your hands into a ball shape.
- Using a slotted spoon, dip brownie balls into chocolate to coat. Set on parchment paper to harden.
- Once all brownie bombs are coated with chocolate, add optional toppings if desired.
- Place in fridge to help harden. (approx 30 minutes)
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.
Let’s talk! Leave me a comment telling me if you are a brownie lover! Chocolate lover? Both! What is your favorite sweet treat?
*Thank you to Enjoy Life Foods for sponsoring this post!
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