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Brownie Stuffed Magic Chocolate Ball 

This Brownie Stuffed Magic Chocolate Ball with Caramel is a decadent dessert when hot caramel melts the chocolate to reveal a brownie and fresh raspberries too! Our salted caramel sauce is the perfect finish to this magical dessert that looks oh so fancy but is so easy to make! You can also pour hot fudge on top of this magic chocolate ball which is more common but I say why not have caramel and fudge because I’m greedy that way. magic chocolate ball with raspberries, caramel sauce and caramilk piece

What do you put inside a Magic Chocolate Ball?

Only your imagination is the limit when it comes to what to have in this delicious magic chocolate ball. The most common of course are brownies and ice cream that you get to enjoy once they are revealed when the chocolate ball starts to melt. I went with a bite-size brownie and raspberries topped by a piece of Caramilk bar (can you say hello one way to use up some Halloween candy?!).magic chocolate ball with raspberriesI didn’t put in ice cream this time but you totally can and it’s super delicious too. I just have a thing for chocolate and raspberries and add my salted caramel sauce and even some fudge drizzled on the plate and it’s one decadent dessert. The Magic Chocolate Ball while easy to make always impresses anyone we serve it to. It just looks fancy and come on, it’s almost like opening a present while you watch the chocolate melt when you pour the warm sauce (in this case salted caramel) over top the ball and then you get the big reveal of the scrumptiousness inside. magic ball chocolate mold

Now to start you will need a mold similar to the one above, at least I did and it’s the only way I know how to make the magic chocolate ball easily. You can get a similar one on Amazon and then you will be on your way to making your own magic chocolate balls and wowing everyone you make them for.magic chocolate ball filling ingredientsThe photo above shows the magic chocolate ball before it’s assembled and the tasty ingredients we put inside of our ball such as the brownie bite, raspberries and the pieces of a Caramilk bar. As you may have noticed we also put a piece of the Caramilk bar on top of the ball and then poured the warm salted caramel sauce on top.magic chocolate ball filling ingredients

The sweetness of the Caramilk bar piece with the semi-sweetness of the chocolate ball perfectly complemented each other and of course, the raspberries, brownies and salted caramel sauce made this dessert a delight for our tastebuds and our tummies. 

How do you make a Melting Magic Chocolate Ball?

As mentioned earlier it’s easier than you think. You will need a mold similar to the one we’ve already mentioned. You’ll need the following:

magic chocolate ball

Magic Chocolate Ball Recipe Ingredients

  • Chocolate chips (milk, dark, white or semi-sweet your choice we used semi-sweet here) – melted
  • Raspberries (optional)
  • 2 bite brownies (or homemade brownies cut small)
  • Salted Caramel Sauce (our recipe is HERE) or hot fudge sauce or go wild and have both.
  • 1 Caramilk bar (optional)

magic chocolate ball The melted chocolate goes into the silicone molds and then you will place in the freezer and go between the freezer and adding more chocolate to the molds to get the perfect thickness. To even out the edges of the dome halves you will use a warm frying pan.

Magic Chocolate Ball Dessert

When it comes time you will fill half of the dome with your favourite goodies that will fit and then the remaining half of the domes (which will be the top) you will even up the edges again on a warm pan then place immediately over the filled half of the dome and hold to set. Then watch the magic happen when you pour the warm salted caramel sauce over it (Full instructions in our recipe card).chocolate dessert with raspberries and caramel

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This Brownie Stuffed Magic Chocolate Ball with Caramel is a decadent dessert when hot caramel melts the chocolate to reveal a brownie and fresh raspberries too! Our mould is the perfect finish to this magical dessert that looks oh so fancy but is so easy to make! You can also pour hot fudge on top of this magic chocolate ball which is more common but I say why not have caramel and fudge

Now let’s get to this recipe shall we?

Yield: 3 balls

Brownie Stuffed Melting Magic Chocolate Ball

magic chocolate ball

This Brownie Stuffed Magic Chocolate Ball with Caramel is a decadent dessert when hot caramel melts the chocolate to reveal a brownie and fresh raspberries too!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Inactive Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of chocolate chips (milk, dark, white or semi-sweet your choice we used semi-sweet here) – melted
  • 1 cup of raspberries
  • 2 bite brownies (or homemade brownies cut small)
  • 1 cup of caramel sauce
  • 1 Caramilk bar

Instructions

  1. Melt chocolate chips
  2. Scoop about 1 tbsp of the melted chocolate into the silicone molds. Using a spatula or small spoon spread the chocolate up the sides. Place in the freezer for 10 minutes and the remove from freezer and add another tablespoon of chocolate to the molds and fill in any spots that look thin or you missed. Make sure that you don’t pour the chocolate too thick into the molds.
  3. Place molds back in freezer for 10-15 minutes
  4. Remove chocolate from freezer and gently pop out of molds. Warm up a frying pan and even out the rims of half of the chocolate domes so that they are even. Don’t hold the domes on the pan for too long.
  5. Place a dollop of chocolate on a plate and stick one of the evened out domes on it.
  6. Place a brownie inside the dome. Place a couple of raspberries on top of the brownie.
  7. Take the remaining domes and even out the edges on the warm pan. Place them immediately onto the dome that contains the brownie. Hold gently for 10-15 seconds.
  8. Take 1 piece of the Caramilk bar and gently warm up an edge on the warm place. Stick it onto the top of the dome.
  9. Warm caramel sauce and pour over domes
  10. Eat immediately

Notes

As already mentioned you can use hot fudge sauce and the dome can contain whatever goodies you want but we love this combo

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

3

Serving Size:

1 ball

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 580Total Fat: 20gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 412mgCarbohydrates: 109gFiber: 6gSugar: 96gProtein: 5g

Please note that we can not guarantee the accuracy of the nutritional information. They are a best guess calculation.

melting chocolate with caramel
Seriously, it’s almost exciting to see the goodies inside once the chocolate magic ball starts to melt. Oh my yummy goodness.

Now doesn’t that sound easy and yet you have an elegant looking dessert that has a bit of fanfare to it and the best part? It’s delicious but I’m totally biased when it comes to this Melting Magic Chocolate Ball!

chocolate dessert with a brownie and raspberries and caramel

Are you drooling yet over this magic chocolate ball dessert? I sure am and now I’m thinking hmm what do I have right now that I could put in the dome if I want to make some more lol These totally satisfy my sweet craving without being overly sweet (it’s sweet if you use milk chocolate) and at the same time it’s a decadent dessert that is visually pleasing too. 

magic chocolate ball melted

Kids (and adults) seem to love the “big reveal” once the chocolate ball starts to melt away but my second favourite part, maybe my first it’s a close call is eating the magic chocolate ball and all its yummy goodness. If you try this recipe make sure to let us know how you liked it or maybe even what you changed. We’d love to hear from you. Make sure to stop by and check out our other yummy recipes too!

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By on November 6th, 2020

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I’m Michelle aka Powered by Mom. I’m married with one daughter, my hubby was my high school sweetheart, our two dogs Nyx and Cleo and our cat Oliver. As you can see we’re a family of animal lovers. We love to travel when we can, try different food and activities all over the world and enjoy being together. My passions are writing, travelling, creating new recipes, encouraging people to adopt not shop and just to enjoy life while we can.

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55 thoughts on “Brownie Stuffed Melting Magic Chocolate Ball”

  1. I love chocolate and I love salted caramel, so this would be delicious! If someone else makes it I would enjoy eating it. I would love it with caramel or hazelnut spread inside.

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  2. Wow love this recipe look like not too hard to make for sure. I have to say thanks for sharing this one .

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  3. The Brownie Stuffed Magic Chocolate Balls look and sure taste heavenly! I am going to attempt this recipe soon. This will be perfect for dessert after date night meal out with my hubby!

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    • These sure do look fun to make. My little brother simply loves biscuits and when our mom normally bakes something it’s like a marathon to try to get there first. She’s the best and let’s us help her out whenever she cooks. She’s always got something on the burners and she bakes whenever we’re feeling down and out. She told me the secret ingredient was lard. Yuck!
      Thanks Sally Peppers

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  4. What a fun and beautiful suggestion for valentines day. Thank you for great step by step guide. I have never made something like this…a molded chocolate with surprises inside. Thanks for the tip on putting a warm pot over the molded chocolate to smooth it out.

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  5. Oh, I’ve never heard of this before, and it really doesn’t look hard to make. Your recipe sounds perfect to me, except I’d just switch out the raspberries for blackberries. Just a matter of personal taste. This will be a winner here, for sure!

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  6. I thought that this recipe would have many ingredients and be too complicated for me but it actually looks very doable with easy to follow steps.

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  7. Wow, this does look delicious and it does appear easy to make. I’m going to look for the molds. I guess if you didn’t want to have a top you could dip a balloon into the chocolate and fill it.

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  8. This recipe is truly decadent and elegant! My Mom has these molds so it will be easy for me to make for New Year’s! Sure this will be a hit!

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  9. This looks wonderful. Any chocolate lover would enjoy it. It combines three of my favorites: chocolate, raspberries, and caramel.

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  10. I would almost kill for one of these right this minute. Love my chocolate and caramel!! Sharing with my niece she makes a lot of stuff like this.

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  11. Wow, this is fancy and looks so delicious!I love how it is so easy to make though, I can definitely do this. Thank you so much for sharing, I never would have thought up something like this. I can’t wait to make some!

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  12. I Love your recipe here for this brownie stuffed magic chocolate ball. I definitely can see me making a few these and enjoying them.
    @tisonlyme413

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  13. OMG this is a mouth watering desert!! I don’t know to say it looks easy or not. Since I am not a baker this would be major hard for me…………. BUT I would be very happy to sit down and eat ever bite of it.

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  14. This looks delicious! I can’t wait to try it. It will be a great dessert for all these holidays coming up. Thanks for sharing. I have saved and printed so I can get everything I need at the grocery store.

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  15. This looks beautiful! I imagine it would be so much fun to pour a delicious, warm sauce over a chocolate ball and watching it melt to reveal a special surprise.

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  16. This looks amazing! You could put so many different things in it.
    What a festive dessert for the holidays.
    Now here is where my mind goes……if I make smaller chocolate balls I can do a twist on pudding shots!!! LOL

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