Ready in 50 minutes
These brownies need to be baked so a knife inserted comes out clean.
The brownies will be moist. Preparation time is approximately 30-45 minutes.
Preheat oven to 350F
You will be making two mixtures for this recipe. The first batter will be with chocolate and the second will be with cream cheese.
Melt chocolate and butter on low heat, set aside to cool.
Combine eggs, sugar and vanilla. Add flour, baking powder and salt. Mix till smooth and add cooled chocolate and butter.
With mixer, mix cream cheese, sugar, eggs, flour and vanilla in separate bowl.
You now have two separate mixtures. Pour half of chocolate batter into 9 x 13 greased pan.
Pour all of cream cheese mixture evenly over first chocolate layer. Pour remaining chocolate batter evenly over cream cheese batter. With a knife, slice through all layers of batter several times to marbleize brownie mix.
Bake at 350F for 35-40 minutes.
tylerdubbs 2m agoWife ate the whole pan!
SkyWalker1692 3m agoThe taste is great but found it comes out a bit too fluffy and cakey to be called a brownie - maybe because of the baking powder? Also I only use 1 cup for the chocolate mixture now as 1 and a half way too sweet. Otherwise they're lovely and get a lot of compliments ;) will be making again
sladka.petra 3m ago
DantheGuitarist 3m agoThink I burnt mine slightly as fan oven was too hot and had hard time transposing stuff to British imperial measurements from the cups ect. However, even after following the recipe word for word, it still turned out the same as the other reviews!
Chef_Boyar_Z 5m agoFollowed recipe exactly, and it did not come out right. Like many others said, it did not layer properly. The issue was the brownie batter was extremely thick, almost a paste, while the cream cheese batter was practically a soup. Ended up just folding cream cheese mixture into the brownie batter. Cooked for 45 min and got a deliciously creamy brownie, but not the layered brownie I was looking for. Next time I will try adding more cream cheese and flour to thicken it a bit. Will also try something to to get the brownie batter a little less thick.
skater5grl 6m agoI tried to do it so that I poured the first half, then the cream cheese filling, then poured it again and it did not turn out. It's pretty much a brownie with cream cheese on top. Also, I would add way more cream cheese because I can't even taste it and I loveee cream cheese. Next time I'm going to try putting the cream cheese mix in first, then the brownie and 12oz of cream cheese.
carojacky 9m ago
cecilr 1y ago
lyndsaybedgood-livingston 1y agoThese are ok ... Everyone who has raving reviews tweaked the original recipe somehow. When I bake something the very first time I always follow the recipe then I make my substitutions. On that note, following the recipe exactly when I layered the batters, the brownie batter sunk to the bottom. It didn't marble like it should have, it all mixed together. The final result had some marbling but not like the pictures. It's a lot dryer than other brownies I have made. Definitely won't be making this again. You want to make delicious brownies, make the Reese peanut butter cup ones. Those are moist and delicious!
Moonshine10 1y agobest brownies ever!