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 , 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.
Items needed to make these brownies:
- 2 family sized boxed brownie mix and the ingredients to make them
- Heart shaped cookie cutter
- Jelly Roll Pan
- Parchment paper
- Heart Sprinkles
- Cooling Rack
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.
Chocolate Dipped Brownie Hearts
- 2 boxes of Family Sized Duncan Hines Chewy Fudge Brownies
- 6 eggs
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 cup vegetable oil
- 1 cup semi sweet chocolate chips
- 1 1/2 cups Ghiradelli Dark Chocolate wafers
- Heart Sprinkles optional
- 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
- Combine both boxes brownie mixes with the water , oil and eggs in a large mixing bowl .
- Mix 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. Careful not to over bake it.
- Let the brownies cool completely and start cutting heart shapes avoiding getting too close to the edges .
- Place them in the freezer for 30 minutes
- Melt your chocolate in a small bowl and get sprinkles ready.
- 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 not pool.
- Immediately apply the sprinkles, with the brownie hearts being cold the chocolate sets up fast
- Then continue dipping hearts then sprinkling rest of the hearts
- Store in a sealed container until ready to serve or wrap individually for treats
I love how easy these Valentine’s Day Heart brownies are to make! Perfect for school parties.
Thanks Sharon .. I hope you enjoy them.
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These are perfect for Valentine’s Day and even better for classroom parties! I will be making these next month.
Thank you .. I hope you enjoy them
I love the fact that this recipe uses a boxed brownie mix! Quick and easy. And, a great recipe to do with my son. Thank you!
Thanks Tanya , I hope you enjoy them.
These little brownie hearts… so cute and delicious! And just perfect for Valentines! Looking forward to making these very soon!
Thanks you Anna !
Those heart brownies are just the treats I’ve been looking for. My grandsons will love them and your directions are excellent. I love the little colored sprinkles on them. I can’t wait to surprise them.
I hope your grandkids enjoy them.
The kids want to make gifts for friends this year for Valentines Day, and these are perfect! Quick and easy and they look so pretty!
What a perfect valentine’s recipe. Can’t wait to make these and surprise my family with something so delicious.
I hope they enjoy them.
Oh how fun are these! I havent had a brownie in forever and I love that these are cute hearts – perfect for Valentines!
Thank you so much!
Ugh, Chocolate is going to get me this Valentine’s Day, but it is so worth it. I bet my nephews will love these.
Chocolate is my weakness also, but these are totally worth it .
What a cute idea for the holiday coming up! My students at the school I teach at would love these on Valentine’s Day!
These would be great for school
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What if I can’t find the Ghiradelli chocolate wafers to dip them in? Is there something that I can use in place of it?
Those are my favorite but you could use only chocolate bark or wafers. You can also make a dipping chocolate with chocolate chips and shortening but I have never done it with this hearts.
This looks so good! What a great treat to make for a night in on Valentines Day!
Thanks Suzanne, they are perfect for Valentines Day.
Thanks for sharing! Does it keep long?
The do keep well in a sealed contained . Once they are made they freeze well , I had done this more than once. I just pulled them out they day I serve them and let them defrost.
Can you use any kind of boxed brownie mix — would like to use Ghiradelli.
Yes , just follow the directions on the box. You will need two boxes if you are baking them in a Jelly Roll pan like I did .
THANKS A TON FOR QUICK REPLY- Cannot wait to make for super bowl party this weekend!