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Homemade Brownie Batter Dip Is The Dessert You’ve Been Waiting For

We’re drooling already!

No one will complain if you show up to your next book club or baby shower with a tray of delicious brownies. But what about brownie batter? This homemade brownie batter dip is perfect for anyone who is tempted to eat brownie batter straight out of the bowl and skip the baking process entirely. However, this version is much safer for you to eat, considering there’s no raw egg involved.

The recipe comes from the blog Princess Pinky Girl. It’s just as rich and decadent as actual brownie batter — probably because there’s still brownie batter mix involved. Yum!

You’ll need just a few ingredients: cream cheese, butter, whipped topping, a box of brownie mix, milk and toppings. This version used mini chocolate chips as a topping. But just as you would with an actual batch of brownies, you can feel free to customize this as you please. Add M&M’s, crushed Oreo cookies, Reese’s Pieces — you name it!

Once all of the ingredients are mixed together in a bowl, you will have created the ultimate sweet treat:

Princess Pinky Girl

Serve the dip with Graham crackers, wafers or slices of fruit.

Feel free to think outside of the realm of candy with your add-ins when making this dip, as this recipe for peanut butter brownie batter from Crazy For Crust demonstrates. The addition of peanut butter and plain Greek yogurt makes this version of a brownie batter dip recipe even richer. Plus, it’s perfect for peanut butter enthusiasts:

Crazy For Crust

Last, but certainly not least, you can try this even fancier version of brownie dip, the ultra-classy brownie batter cheeseball from Chelsea’s Messy Apron.

This version calls for similar ingredients: cream cheese, butter, brownie mix and mix-ins. Then, you’ll add powdered sugar to make the mixture thicker and form the batter into a ball. Finally, wrap it in plastic wrap, and chill it in the fridge for a few hours before serving. Your end result should look like this:

Chelsea's Messy Apron

You can still decorate the outside of the ball, either with chocolate chips or any other topping you desire.

It’s definitely not your typical cheeseball. But considering it’s even sweeter and still pairs well with wine, we have a feeling you won’t hear any complaints from your guests!