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Cake Pop Maker Brownies

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Anngel123 | 13:23 Sat 19th Apr 2014 | Food & Drink
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Hello all, I can find recipes for cake pops, and recipes for brownies in cake pop moulds. But has anyone successfully translated the gooiness of a brownie into the electric cake pop maker. Please do not post links to recipe unless you have successfully used them in a maker. Many thanks indeed!!! Although the experiments are nice, they do not rise to the top of the maker like the cake version.

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Well, at the risk of annoying you then (since I'd never even heard of 'cake pops' until I saw your post, yet alone tried to make brownies) I'll post these two links anyway.

The first one is from a blog where the author claims to have achieved success in what you're seeking to do. (I've linked directly to the recipe, rather than to the main blog entry):
http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/05/cakespy-brownie-pops-recipe.html

The second one is a Youtube video showing you how to do it. (I've deliberately not embedded it here as it probably makes more sense if you can read the comments underneath it):
http://tinyurl.com/kcbaroq
We are quite behind the times here in the UK,so the delights of cake pops have not reached us yet.
Hmmm....it seems they are made with 'leftover' cake...something I've never come across....:O
I don't see the point of them really - just like a ball of cake on a stick.
The world is full of pointless food...;-)
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Pasta Freak and Buenchico it would be great if you would actually READ THE POST. I was asking people who ACTUALLY MADE THEM to give recipes. They are in the UK as shown by the fact that I have seen them and bought the electric maker. However, there are two types: those made by leftover cake squished together...ew. And those made in an electric gadget similar to a waffle maker the clue is in the name "electric cake pop maker". The reference to the mixture rising in my post makes it clear that I am actually asking for a recipe for a cooked mixture. I was quite thrilled when I saw I had five answers. Sadly, none of them are to my actual question...back to experimenting it is....
well, that's a bit terse, anngel - people like to try to help, but obviously (yet) nobody's made these odd things, and are offering advice. Chris has indeed posted a recipe....

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