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What’s the best kind of dip? One that doubles for both appetizers and desserts! You are going to love the sweet and creamy taste of this M&M Brownie Batter Dip! Change the M&M colors to theme this dessert around the current holiday.
Cookie and Brownie Batter Dips Are Great Party Desserts!
Earlier this year we posted our peanut butter monster cookie dip and that dessert has continued to be one of our most-requested desserts to bring to parties! The dip is so easy to make and the taste is delicious and reminiscent of that cookie dough that we all love to sneak tastes of while baking cookies. My other weakness when baking is brownie batter. I LOVE licking the spoon whenever I make brownies! Of course, I do know that it’s not really the safest thing to consume thanks to the raw egg used in the batter.
This easy brownie batter dip has the delicious taste of brownie batter but contains NO EGGS, so no need to worry about that!
Brownie batter dip makes a great dessert and the final presentation with the M&M topping and cookies all around the side is as eye-appealing as it is tasty.
Making M&M Brownie Batter Dip
M&M Brownie Batter Dip
- 18 oz box of brownie mix
- 8 oz cream cheese room temperature
- 8 oz whipped topping
- 2 TBSP chocolate syrup
- 1/2 cup chocolate chips
- M&Ms for garnish
- cookies for dunking!
- 1/4 cup milk
- Add brownie mix to a large mixing bowl.
- Add whipped topping, cream cheese and chocolate syrup.
- Pour milk into bowl.
- Add chocolate chips and mix well. (You can use a mixer if you prefer.)
- Pour into serving dish and garnish the top with M&Ms.
- Place dish on a serving platter and serve with cookies around the dish.
Make this dessert ahead of time!
You can chill this dip in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve. The dip can be made up to one day ahead of time, though I would wait to add the M&M garnish until shortly before serving it.
Make sure you let use know if you give this dip a try!
What are your favorite party desserts to make? We have made so many different varieties of desserts over the years, but I always seem to come back to recipes that I can make up ahead of time. When we host a holiday meal or party, I am a big believer in prepping as much as possible in the days leading up to the gathering. This cuts down on the work that I have to do on the actual day of the party, giving me a better chance of grabbing a moment or two to sit and enjoy time with our guests!
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