Consider making Brussels sprouts cake pops as a fun and delicious to eat treat idea!
White and milk chocolate dipped Brussels sprouts are my new favorite dessert vegetable and I know you’re gonna love these too. What could be better than a chocolate-dipped tender Brussels sprout to nosh on?!
Plus, I personally love that these are so much easier and healthier to make than actual homemade cake pops. This simple recipe only requires a few easy ingredients and there’s no rolling cake into a ball, or worrying if they’ll roll off the stick. If you love easy recipes, this is definitely one to try.
- Boiling the Brussels sprouts is an optional step, but tastes so much better in my opinion, plus having them a bit tender makes it much easier to place them on the cake pop sticks!
- Use candy melts! I actually tried melted white chocolate at first and it all came sliding right off sadly. The candy melts seemed to set up quickly and stayed on much better. I used a mix of chocolate and white chocolate candy melts and love the results!
- You’ll need a way for the Brussels sprout cake pops to stay upright, so I poked holes in a box to set the sticks in and it worked well. Floral foam is also a great option. They will need a little time to set up in the fridge, so make sure to pre-plan for that.
Brussel Sprouts Cake Pops
yield: 10 SERVINGS
prep time: 15 MINUTES
cook time: 15 MINUTES
total time: 30 MINUTES
Tender chocolate-dipped Brussels Sprouts with sprinkles as a dessert vegetable.
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My family LOVED this easy-to-make dessert vegetable!
I made these as a special birthday treat for one of my kids and they were a big hit! The tender, savory Brussels sprouts tasted great with the sweet flavor of the chocolate and sprinkles. Don’t miss out on this delicious idea, we gave it 5/5 stars!
Want a real good Brussels sprouts recipe? Try these bacon-wrapped Brussels sprouts instead!
Lina has a Bachelor’s Degree from Northern Arizona University with 10 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in Today.com, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.