This classic brownie batter dip recipe is super thick, smooth, rich, fuzzy, and delicious. It’s the perfect chocolate dessert dip to feed the crowd.
whipped chocolate brownie dip
If you’re a brownie lover, this creamy brownie dough dip is a must.
It tastes like a spoonful of literal chocolate fudge brownie dough and your party guests will fall in love with your recipe every time.
Serve as an appetizer or dessert with graham crackers, pretzels, or fresh fruit. Or choose a truly decadent option served with Oreos or a chocolate chip cookie.
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The best brownie batter dip recipe.
This no-bake chocolate dessert offers all the deliciousness of real homemade baked brownies without turning on the oven!
Four ingredients in just one bowl will make you the most popular figure at potlucks, book clubs, birthdays with friends, and family gatherings.
Unlike many other brownie dip recipes, this one can be made without cool whip, butter, powdered sugar, or chocolate pudding mix.
If you prefer, you can make it without the cream cheese or box brownie mix.
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Ingredients for chocolate cream cheese dip
Here’s what you’ll need: cream cheese or coconut cream, optional yogurt, pure vanilla extract, sweetener of your choice, cocoa powder or boxed brownie mix.
Easy recipes are already naturally gluten-free. Erythritol or your favorite unsweetened sweetener and unsweetened yogurt make it easy to make low-calorie, low-carb, and keto-friendly.
Dairy-free vegan brownie batter dip with vegan cream cheese or optional coconut cream and plant-based yogurt.
If you don’t have regular cocoa powder or boxed brownies on hand, you can substitute hot chocolate mix. Or, try a combination of unsweetened cocoa powder and dutch cocoa powder for a deep chocolate brownie-like flavor.
chocolate protein brownie batter dip
Want a high-protein, healthy brownie dough dip? Simply substitute an equal amount of your favorite chocolate protein powder for brownie mix or cocoa powder.
You can also add a few tablespoons of peanut butter or almond butter if you like.
Skip the dipping cookies and instead serve up healthy snack recipes with raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, and apple slices.
Using leftover protein powder from protein brownies
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How to make brownie butter dip
Bring the cream cheese or coconut cream to room temperature to soften and mix with the other three ingredients.
in a blender or food processor, or hand beater, beat all ingredients until thick and smooth. You don’t bake the dessert, so you don’t have to worry about overmixing.
Transfer to a bowl, decorate with a ladle if desired, and enjoy. Or, cover and refrigerate overnight or until ready to serve at an event. Store leftovers in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to 4 to 5 days.
You can technically freeze leftover brownie dip, but it will change the creamy texture. So i don’t recommend it. Besides, the chances of having leftovers are very low!
What do you dip into your recipe?
Try pretzels, graham crackers, strawberries, apples, or sliced bananas.
You can spread it on pancakes or just eat it with a spoon.
Traditionally, chocolate brownie batter dips are often topped with M&Ms, caramel, or marshmallows. I like to decorate mine with mini chocolate chips.
Use of food scale
If you prefer grams instead of cups, use the following amounts:
240 grams cream cheese or coconut cream, 160 grams yogurt or extra coconut cream, 7 grams vanilla, 27 grams cocoa, and about 160 grams sweetener.
Alternatively, if you prefer using a measuring cup, here’s the full recipe.
The recipe was adapted from my Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting.
- 8 Oz Cream cheese or coconut cream
- 1/3 cup Yogurt or your favorite nut butter
- 1 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla essence
- 2/3 cup sweetener of choice
- 1/3 cup brownie mix or cocoa powder
Blend all ingredients in a food processor or beater until smooth and creamy. (i like this cuisinart food processor.) Garnish with chocolate chips if desired and serve one of the serving suggestions above. Refrigerate leftover brownie dough dip in a covered container for up to 5 days.nutrition information
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