This Brownie Batter Dip is the creamiest, dreamiest chocolatey dessert dip ever! Brownie mix is cooked in milk, cooled, and then folded into a chocolate whipped cream to create a delightfully rich dip that will become your new dessert obsession!
Dessert dips work wonderfully to mix up your dessert menu while still guaranteeing a sweet treat that everyone will love! Other dips that are sure to satisfy are my Brownie S’mores Dip and German Chocolate Cake Batter Dip!
Brownie Batter Dip skips having to eat raw flour or eggs to get that desired and addictive batter taste! Instead, it uses a store-bought brownie mix with the best part being how it resembles a spreadable mousse once it’s chilled!
How To Serve
You get to choose how this light and luscious dessert dip will hit your lips! Will it be piled on a pretzel, scooped up with a graham cracker, covering a piece of fruit, maybe layered on a cookie?
It may not even matter since chances are you’ll revert to just using a spoon to get the full batter eating effect!
Brownie Dip Ingredients
Start by grabbing your favorite fudge brownie mix that doesn’t have chocolate chips or chunks in it. Then whole milk, heavy cream, instant chocolate pudding mix, and powdered sugar will help bring this chocolate dip to life!
How To Make Brownie Batter Dip
- Whisk together the brownie mix and milk over medium heat in a small saucepan, cooking until smooth and thick. This will take about 5 to 8 minutes, it’s finished when it looks like a chocolate sauce without any grittiness.
- Cool for 45 minutes at room temperature. The brownie mixture will have a soft but thick ganache-like texture once cooled enough to mix in.
- Whip together the heavy cream, pudding mix, and powdered sugar until stiff peaks form. Do this by using a large bowl with a hand mixer or a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment.
- Fold the brownie mixture into the whipped cream until fully incorporated.
For a silky smooth and soft dip serve it immediately, for a thicker mousse-like consistency refrigerate for at least 2 hours before enjoying!
Sprinkle some mini chocolate chips over the top to get an extra bite of chocolate! Then serve it up with fruit, cookies, pretzels, or crackers!
Cooking The Brownie Mix Is Key!
Cooking the brownie mix is a necessary step in this chocolate dessert as it eliminates the grittiness and raw flavor. It also enhances the brownie batter flavor that we all love!
Heavy Cream Substitution
You can easily substitute the heavy cream for an 8oz container of cool whip.
Storing Your Dip
Brownie Batter Dip is best within 2 to 3 days but lasts up to a week in the refrigerator when stored in an airtight container. But with a dip this good I wouldn’t count on there being much for leftovers!
Be it making dessert dip for an office party, girl’s night, or even game day with the boys the bowl will always be wiped clean! Here are a few more dips that you’ll love just as much as this Brownie Batter Dip!
- Funfetti Birthday Cake Dip – Cake mix combined with cream cheese, cool whip, and sprinkles!
- Pepperoni Pizza Dip – Everyone’s favorite in dip form served with chips, crackers, bread, or even vegetables!
- Cherry Pie Dip – Fresh cherries simmered into a thick and gooey dip served with cinnamon sugar chips!
- Caramel Apple Pie Dip – Apple chunks bathed in a brown sugar and caramel sauce ready in just 15 minutes!
- Baked Buffalo Chicken Dip – Hot sauce and spices mixed with real cream and blue cheeses!
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Brownie Batter Dip
- 1 (15 to 18oz.) Brownie box mix unprepared
- ¾ cup whole milk
- 1½ cups heavy cream
- ¼ cup instant chocolate pudding mix unprepared
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- In a medium saucepan, whisk together the brownie mix and milk over medium heat and cook until smooth and thick, about 5 to 8 minutes. There shouldn’t be any grittiness to the mixture, it should look like chocolate sauce.
- Remove from heat and allow to cool to room temperature for about 45 minutes. The brownie mixture should have a soft but thick ganache-like texture once cooled.
- In a large bowl or stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, beat the heavy cream, pudding mix, and powdered sugar together until stiff peaks form.
- Fold the brownie batter into the whipped cream until fully incorporated. Serve immediately for a silky smooth dip or refrigerate for 2+ hours for a thicker mousse-like consistency.
- Serve with fruit, cookies, pretzels, and more!
- Use a regular fudge brownie mix that doesn’t have chocolate chips or chunks. If it comes with a sauce, discard it.
- By cooking the brownie mix it eliminates the grittiness and raw flavor that you often find in cake batter or brownie mix dips. It also enhances the brownie flavor.
- You can also speed up the cooling of the brownie batter by transferring the brownie mixture to a fresh bowl and placing it in the refrigerator for 20 to 25 minutes.
- A thawed 8oz. tub of cool whip could be used in place of the heavy cream.