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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs

I called them cake pops, lolz @YingofYang (*_*)
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how do make them !!!!
And they are amazing looking, sis! I want to eat these.
@oj1992 ....even better, lolz!!!
or you can call them kpops !
wow... this chocolate totally awsome! lol
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