These Football Brownie Truffles, guaranteed to kick your game day up a notch. My kids love watching sports and there are lots of important games going on this time of year. To help make game day extra special, we like to serve some tasty treats. This year we decided to make some Football Brownie Truffles to celebrate game day.
This recipe may look complicated to create, but I can assure you it is easy. Besides the prepared brownie mix and frosting you only need candy melts to make these. No long ingredient list to bog you down.
Making Football Brownie Truffles
Since Grandma was visiting when we made our game day treats, she helped my daughter with the process. Baking is such a great way to spend time with family.
The soft, smooth consistency of these brownie truffles is made by mixing crumbled brownies with some Chocolate Fudge Frosting.
When that has been thoroughly mixed, it is time to get your hands dirty. Kids will really like this part! They get to dig in and form mini footballs with their hands.
After freezing the footballs to make them easier to work with, it is time to dip them in melted chocolate.
When the chocolate hardens, it's time to decorate those footballs.
I used Vanilla Frosting in a small zip top bag to decorate the footballs. You will essentially be making a pastry bag by cutting a tiny bit off a corner of the bag and squeezing the frosting through.
Now these football brownie truffles are ready to serve at your next game day gathering. We shared ours with family and friends as a yummy post game dessert. Besides being an adorable football themed treat, these taste amazing. The creamy texture of the brownies and frosting encased in chocolate makes these a winner. Touchdown!
Football Brownie Truffles
- 1 box Chocolate Fudge Brownie mix prepared and baked according to package directions
- ½ cup Chocolate Fudge Frosting
- ½ cup Vanilla Frosting
- 2 cups chocolate candy melts
- Bake the brownies according to directions on package.
- Allow to cool and crumble brownies into a large bowl.
- Add the chocolate frosting and mix until thoroughly blended.
- Use your hands to form the dough into small football shapes.
- Place on a parchment lined baking pan and freeze for 1 hour.
- Remove from freezer and allow to rest for 10 minutes.
- Melt 1 cup of candy melts according to package directions and dip the footballs into the chocolate, turning to coat both sides. You can use a fork to turn over the footballs and remove them from the chocolate.
- Shake off the excess chocolate and place on parchment so the chocolate can harden.
- Repeat the process with another cup of melted candy melts until all of the footballs have been covered.
- Place ½ cup of Vanilla Frosting in a small zip top bag. Cut a tiny triangle off the bottom corner of the bag and use the bag to pipe to frosting on the footballs.
- Decorate with frosting to resemble a football.
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