Homemade Brownie Bowl Sundaes


Walking by those pastry shops windows make your mouth water as well? Do you wish you could be able to prepare pieces of dessert like those right in your home? If you’re determined, we could help you with this quick and simple recipe for a Brownie Bowl Sundae. Perfect for any event or gathering at your place, this delicious dessert will be the center of attention. Read the full tutorial on what a cool dessert you can make with only a couple of muffin tins and some cookie dough light ice cream. The entire list of ingredients is available at this website as well with the step-by-step instructions. A quick tip before you click away and begin your awesome baking experience: before removing from the tin and adding the tasty ice cream, remember to check the muffins to be completely cooled. Now, serve with some sweet sprinkles on top and enjoy!

You will need:

Cookie Dough ice cream
Brownie batter (made from your favorite recipe)
2 muffin tins
Cooking spray
Chocolate sauce


1.Follow the directions for your favorite brownie recipe to make the batter.
2.Spray cups of a muffin tin with cooking spray, and add brownie batter to each cup until they’re about two-thirds full.
3.Spray the second muffin tin with cooking spray and place on top of the first tin of brownies.
4.Place in the oven and bake, following your brownie recipe’s directions.
5.After the bowls are completely cool, add a scoop of ice cream, top with chocolate sauce and sprinkles, and enjoy!


36 Responses to “Homemade Brownie Bowl Sundaes”

  1. raymond jones says:

    This recipe is absolute genius. Can I achieve the same results with a generic cupcake mix?

    • Babs says:

      It looks like a great recipe, but one thing seems odd. The second brownie tray that goes on top, are we saying to spray the outside where it fits into the brownie mix or do you spray where brownie mix would go?

      • Regina says:

        yes u spray the outside that goes on the Brownie mix…

      • Patty says:

        Babs, on the 2nd tin you spray the bottom side that touches the brownie mix.

      • SUE says:


        • Linda says:

          Hey Sue!

          What’s all the anger about? Perhaps if you’re that angry about things, you shouldn’t be using social media and venting on people who are just asking a question. Take it down a notch, please!

        • Kittie says:

          Sue, just a note……….I try not to bake or cook for that matter but this seems appealing as well as easy to accomplish. I like Babs found it odd that they didn’t say which side to spray. Not that I didn’t assume it would be the part that touched the brownie mix but they were in fact giving instructions.

        • viva says:


        • Cindy says:

          Hahahahahahahaha I absolutely love your response to Babs question!

      • Bonnie says:

        Babs, it took me a few seconds to get it as well. LOL! I was just focusing on the words in the recipe and not looking at the photos. … Heehee! I’m not a good baker either! I always end up burning stuff to dust! Ohhhh well, worth a try. Look at it as an experiment, science project for grade school. LMAO!

      • Beverly says:

        No question is dumb or stupid. This is a learning experience that some aren’t familiar with. Keep all negative comments to yourself, no cyber bullying please.

  2. Diane says:

    To Raymond Jones – I’m guessing you could use any kind of cake mix or brownie mix you could probably even use a biscuit mix and put stew inside. This idea is a great one.

  3. Heather says:

    me and my daughter tried making these they did not turn out not sure what I did wrong did spray the tins but they still stuck ??.

  4. Sara Ogg says:

    does it make a difference whether you make the brownies cake like or chewy?

  5. Ann says:

    Sue, No need to be rude…

  6. Cheryl says:

    Maybe we should used the little paper cups that are for muffins and cupcakes.

  7. S J W-O says:

    Hi fellow bakers and wannabees.

  8. Jenni says:

    I am looking at this, thinking how are the brownies going to bake like cups like that with the muffin tin on top while baking. I am curious if it would work to bake the brownies in the tins, but press the other muffin tin into them as soon as they come out of the oven, or put it on in the last 5 or 10 min?

  9. sara says:

    That makes so much sense Jenni! I’m going to try that!

  10. Bonnie says:

    Hummm.. that sound like a great plan Jenni, bygotit, I think you’re right Miss Jenni

  11. Bonnie says:

    Hummm.. that sound like a great plan Jenni, bygotit, I think you’re right Miss Jenni

  12. Anna says:

    Do I tried to make this, but my brownies did not come out with a bowl like shape. They rose to the top of pan and barely had an over flow for the rim. And yes I had the second muffin pan on top of the them. The brownies rose to the bottom of the top pan. They looked flat instead of a bowl. Did I put too much batter or should have pressed down more on the top pan?

  13. Kim says:

    Right thats what I was thinking, how would it cook with the other muffin pan on top.?

  14. Lana says:

    Jenni, please let us know if your way works!

  15. lorie says:

    I was thinking exact same thing

  16. Pat says:

    in response to Jenn’s comment…I was thinking the same thing,,,,of cooking them nearly completely …then putting the second muffin tin on top just to get the shape of the bowl….I guess you would have to gently press it down….best to do these things when still hot….I decorate cakes…and know that’s the best time to shape or do anything to a cake….must try it….

  17. eumeka says:

    Did anyone try take the top pan and pressing it down into the batter til the batter came up around the pan before baking .or try putting some water into the top muffin pan to create a weight so that it does not rise as the muffin rises

  18. Sandy says:

    You can also put beans or small pebbles i top muffin tin for weight

  19. Lillian says:

    I love any thing creative with cooking. Baking desserts — especially with chocolate — I’m game 🙂 thank you I’m going to do this. The easier the better !!!!

  20. Cindy says:

    I just made them and they came out “WONKY”. Still cant wait for the ice cream and sprinkles..who cares how they look..LOL

  21. Verbena says:

    Beverly, well said. Thank you for speaking out. The world needs more empathy.

  22. Mandy says:

    This does work and its awesome. I have also used choc chip cookie dough to make thd cups. Brilliant

  23. Hozumi says:

    I made these, and although I LOVE brownies, just as much as the next dude, I had to change the recipe a bit. Instead of using cupcake tins, I used an edge brownie pan, y’know the one that gives you edges for every brownie. Then instead of brownies, I used my own concoction that I make for my kids all the time. I will now give you guys the recipe:
    1 egg
    2 tbsps ketchup
    2 tbsps flour
    1 tbsp icing sugar
    3 tsps yeast
    1 cup warm water with 1 tbsp sugar (to activate the yeast)
    Mix all of the above ingredients together, then cover for thirty minutes. Afterwards pour into the edge brownie pan. Cover with another, from that point on, you follow the recipe, except instead of ice cream I really enjoy meatloaf.

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