Brownie Batter Dip

Is it just me, or could brownie batter quite possibly be one of the best things in this world?! I could eat the stuff by the spoonful! My good blogging friend, Something Swanky, came up with this delicious recipe and I will forever be grateful to her for it! Some great ideas of things to dip in it are strawberries, fruit, pretzels, graham crackers, animal crackers…your spoon :)

This dip is the closest thing to real brownie batter and you don’t need to worry about raw eggs… how Perfect is that?!

Brownie Batter Dip

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By Chef in Training Published: March 19, 2012

    Is it just me, or could brownie batter quite possibly be one of the best things in this world?! I could eat the stuff by …

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. In a stand mixer, whisk together the cream cheese and the butter.
    2. Add 2 cups of the powdered sugar, 1 cup at a time, and 1 tbsp. milk.
    3. Add the flour, cocoa powder, vanilla, brown sugar, and 1 more tbsp. of milk if needed. Whisk until all smooth.
    4. Add remaining powdered sugar and milk alternately until dip reaches your desired consistency.

      Enjoy!

      recipe from: Something Swanky

       

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      1. suzyhomemaker

        II actually made this. I think I found the recipe on crumbs and chaos. I think it tasted more like chocolate cheesecake dip then brownies. Of course it was still super yummy.

      2. Anonymous

        What would you suggest be served with the dip?

      3. Chef in Training

        We did Graham Crackers and Vanilla Wafers. You could try out fruit like strawberries or something along those lines and also maybe pretzels.

      4. Chef in Training

        We did Graham Crackers and Vanilla Wafers. You could try out fruit like strawberries or something along those lines, cookies would be great and also maybe pretzels. Let me know what you try out and what your favorite things to dip in it are when you make it :)

      5. Kendra

        OMG!!! I could just take a spoon and eat it like that.

      6. Anonymous

        Thanks so much for the suggestions. BTW, made a few of your recipes for dinner and they've been a hit. So glad I found your blog!!

      7. Anonymous

        Okay...so maybe I never got the memo on this but what is AP flour? Please...don't laugh!!!

      8. Anonymous

        All purpose...I think. ;-). I didn't get it right away either.

      9. Chef in Training

        Not laughing at all! That is a great question. It is All Purpose flour. Sorry about that, I will change the recipe to clarify it better.

      10. MrsJenB

        Oh my lord. Seriously. Oh my lord. True love.

      11. Anonymous

        This is just frosting - the recipe is very similar to a cream cheese frosting. So if you love frosting you would love this! ;)

      12. Anonymous

        We made this for a cook out and it was amazing. I hope that you don't mind, but I have pinned this on my Pinterest. Awesome recipe. Thank you!

      13. Lisa

        I'm def making this part of my Easter menu! Can someone tell me how many servings this makes please?

      14. MD

        Under your instructions it says to add brown sugar, but it isn't listed under the ingredients. How much brown sugar is needed?

        1. Chef in Training

          thanks for bringing it to my attention. I fixed it now :) It is 2 Tbsp.

      15. Jennifer

        I made a vegan version of you recipe and it was really good. Thank you for sharing your recipe. :-)

      16. Melissa S

        I just wanted to let you know that we have been enjoying this recipes for awhile now;) Thank you for sharing this yummy goodness! Welllllll today we needed to make cupcakes for my son's birthday & we decided to make this for the frosting;) YUMMY YUMMY goodness!

      17. Christie

        Great Recipe....I am always trying to take new recipes to the office for our parties and things..... Thanks so much...was a hit,

      18. Laura

        I wanted a dark-colored dip to put in my jack o'lantern-carved orange for our office Halloween party, and this was just the thing! I'm surprised by how much like real brownie batter it actually tastes. I was expecting more of a cheesecake or cream cheese frosting flavor, but no, it really tastes like unbaked brownies! I took strawberries and pretzel sticks for dipping, but here at home I've been dipping Oreos, which are even better.

      19. Amy

        Sounds delish!

        I suppose if you were lazy you could just mix a cup or so of brownie mix, butter, milk & cream cheese together for a similar effect. hmmmm

      20. Annette

        Making this AGAIN today... We LOOOOOVE it!