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Just like the cousin, cake pops/balls, I took this to a whole new level of DIVINE!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and spray an 11x15x2 pan with non-stick baking spray. Set aside.
Prepare brownies according to package. (This is a doubled recipe, so you will need to bake brownies in an 11x15x2 pan).
Bake brownies for 35-40 minutes or according to package instructions. Let cool.
In the meantime, pour chocolate chips and whipping cream into a small bowl. Microwave on high in increments of 30 seconds, stirring between each 30 second burst, till fully blended. Cool.
Scoop brownies out of pan and into a large bowl.
Pour ganache over the broken brownies.
Thoroughly mix ingredients together.
Line a cookie sheet/jelly roll pan (11×18) with parchment paper.
Pour brownie truffles into pan.
Spread the dough and pat down evenly into pan.
Chill truffles in freezer for 30 minutes.
In the meantime, melt candy melts (wafers) according to package instructions.
Take the frozen dough and cut out with cookie cutters or roll the mixture into balls (1″).
Dip cut-outs/rolls into melted candy coating.
Transfer cut-outs/balls to waxed/parchment paper.
You could decorate cut-outs/truffles with sprinkles, colored sugar, etc.. but act quickly, candy coating will harden quickly!
**Chill time is also included in cooking time.
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