Christmas Tree Brownie Pops – In The Kitchen With Kate

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It’s now officially December so I’m going to continue to get you in the Christmas spirit with these super Christmas Tree Pops. They’re super simple to make and look great when serving.

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: Hunmingbird bakery

200g Dark , roughly chopped
175g Unsalted Butter
325g Caster Sugar
130g Plain Flour
3 Eggs

Buttercream/frosting to decorate
Sprinkles
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14 Comments for Christmas Tree Brownie Pops – In The Kitchen With Kate

  1. Byron Chandler on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Hi, Kate. Those brownie pops look just amazing. I am really amazed by your
    AMAZING content on YouTube. I can’t believe it’s almost Christmas time. You
    always make my late mornings magical and inspirational. My favorite
    Christmas treats are chocolate covered Ritz crackers and Gingerbread
    cookies. I have a question: how many requests do you go through every week?
    Please let me know. See ya next week, Kate. :-)

  2. Andrew in the Kitchen on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Amazing, so creative too, wouldn’t ever think to use a brownie as a cake
    pop in that way! I love anything Christmassy, gingerbread men, mince pies,
    anything chocolate! But I also love savouries too!

  3. Sophie Harding on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Must try!!! Well done!!!

  4. Fatima Malik on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    ? this

  5. Deanerz milne on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Love your videos ? you should start doing challenge videos ?

  6. Shamina Khanum on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    This is the easiest brownie recipe ive seen, thanks kate! Couldnt find a
    good simple recipe. Btw the mars christmas pudding treats went down so well
    ??

  7. SUGARCODER on December 3, 2015: (Reply)

    These brownie pops are adorable, and I like how you decorated your kitchen!
    Very festive. :D

  8. elamere Culley on December 4, 2015: (Reply)

    absolutely love love love this video. will definitely be making these for
    the family this Christmas. thank you for sharing this amazing recipe and
    idea ?

  9. Jocelyn Lim on December 5, 2015: (Reply)

    You should use cookie cutters!

  10. Abby Mukhtar on December 5, 2015: (Reply)

    Loving this video, can’t wait to try it out !!! ✨??

  11. Sophies Bakes on December 6, 2015: (Reply)

    How many eggs?? Xx

  12. sanah Rahouf on December 14, 2015: (Reply)

    I luv watching your vids they inspire me very much and dis one looks
    great!! xx

  13. Eaglemoss Collections on December 15, 2015: (Reply)

    These are brilliant, and we absolutely love your smily face spatula. Using
    a candy cane for the stick is such a creative idea, well done!

  14. elamere Culley on December 24, 2015: (Reply)

    Finally made them 🙂 I’ve tagged you in a post on instagram to show you
    hehe x

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