Brownie Batter Dip

Chocolate brownie dip whipped

This creamy brownie batter dip will be a hit with brownie lovers.

The recipe is a hit with all party guests. It’s like eating chocolate fudge batter in spoonfuls!

Serve it with graham crackers or pretzels or as a dessert. Or, for a truly decadent treat, serve it with Oreos and chocolate chip cookies.

The best brownie dip recipe

No-bake chocolate brownies are a delicious way to enjoy the taste of homemade baked brownies without using the oven.

You will be the star of any potluck or book club event, family birthday, or gathering with friends.

This brownie dip recipe can be made without Cool Whip, Butter, Powdered Sugar, or Chocolate Pudding Mix.

If you prefer, you can make this recipe without the cream cheese or brownie mix.

Chocolate cream cheese dip ingredients

The following ingredients are required: cocoa powder, cream cheese, coconut cream or yogurt, vanilla extract or sweetener, and pure vanilla.

This easy recipe is naturally gluten-free. If you use unsweetened yogurt, erythritol, or any other sugar-free sweetener, it can be made low-calorie and low-carb.

Use coconut cream and plant-based yogurt for a vegan, dairy-free brownie batter dip.

The hot chocolate mix is a good alternative if you don’t have any cocoa powder or brownies in jars. Try combining unsweetened cocoa and Dutch cocoa for a brownie-like taste.

Chocolate protein brownie batter dip

Do you want a healthy, high-protein brownie batter dip that is also delicious? Substitute an equal amount of your favorite chocolate powder protein for the brownie mix or cocoa powder.

You can add a few teaspoons of almond or peanut butter if desired.

Instead of using cookies as a dip, try serving this healthy snack recipe with strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and apple slices.

How to make brownie dip

Bring the coconut cream or cream cheese to room temperature to make it softer. This will make it easier to combine with the three other ingredients.

Beat all ingredients in a food processor or blender or using hand beaters¬†until they are thick and smooth. No need to over-mix since you won’t be baking the dessert.

Serve in a bowl and decorate as desired with dippers. Cover and refrigerate until serving at a party or overnight. In a covered container, store leftovers in the fridge for about four to five days.

Although technically, you can freeze leftover brownie dipping; the texture will change. It is not something I recommend. It is unlikely that you will have leftovers.

What dips can you use in a recipe

Try strawberries, apples, or banana slices.

You can spread it over cakes or eat straight from the bowl using a spoon.

In the past, M&Ms or caramel pieces were often added to chocolate brownie batter dip. I like to top mine with mini-chocolate chips.

How to use a food balance

Here are the gram amounts if you prefer to use gram measurements rather than cups:

Two hundred forty grams of cream cheese, 160 grams of coconut cream or yogurt, 7 grams of vanilla, 27 grams of cocoa, and 160 grams of sweetener.


8 oz coconut cream or cream cheese

You can use 1/3 cup of your favorite yogurt or nut butter.

1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract

Sweetener of Choice: 1/3 cup

1/3 cup brownie mix or cocoa powder


Blend all ingredients in a food processor or using beaters until smooth and creamy. I like this Cuisinart Food Processor. Garnish with chocolate chips and serve using any of the suggestions above. Refrigerate leftover brownie batter dip for up to 5 days in a container with a lid.

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