These Chocolate Dipped Brownie Hearts are the ultimate Valentine’s Day treat. As if brownies aren’t enough we need to chocolate dip them sending them to a whole new level of goodness for your sweetheart. These moist and tender brownies remind me the the prepackaged brownies you get out of the box , but so much better. I used my go to chocolate to dip them Bada Bing Bada Boom Dark Chocolate from Chocoley , a great second choice is Ghiradelli Dark Chocolate wafers . If you are looking for another treat to make you need to check out these Red Velvet Heart Cookies.
These brownies are fairly easy since they are started with a box mix. I learned a little trick a long time ago , if you add chocolate chips to a boxed mix it makes them taste a little more homemade . We are brownie fanatics at my house so I do this all the time.
These Chocolate Dipped Brownie Hearts are super easy to make so don’t feel over whelmed by the steps. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees .Spray a Jelly Roll pan with cooking spray and line it with parchment paper(Jelly Roll pans typically measure 15.5 x 10.5 ). Mix both boxes brownie mixes with the water , oil and eggs by hand until the lumps are out. Fold in 1 cup of semi sweet chocolate chips. Spread mixture into the Jelly Roll Pan and bake for about 30 minutes .
Let the brownies cool completely .Avoiding the edges start cutting hearts with a cookie cutter and place them on a cookie sheet. Place them in the freezer for 30 minutes
Once your chocolate is melted prepare your work station . Get sprinkles ready and line a cookie sheet with wax paper(very easy clean up) and cooling rack.
Dip one side of the cold brownie hearts into the melted chocolate . Allow excess chocolate to drip off and place them on cooling rack so any extra chocolate can drip and not pool.
Immediately apply the sprinkles, with the brownie hearts being cold the chocolate sets up fast. Then continue dipping hearts and sprinkling. Place the whole tray in the fridge for 10-15 minutes to ensure the chocolate to set up.
Store in a sealed container until ready to serve or wrap individually for treats.