These were amazing, as another comment mentioned, they just seem like a much more impressive dessert than your average brownie. Although there were a few steps that were time consuming, I think once you make these it will get easier the second time around. Taking from what others did, I used dark and semi-sweet chips in place of the German chocolate (same amount), then added some cocoa (about 3 tablespoons) to my brownie base batter. Still, I think the chocolate flavor could be intensified even more. I used four ounces of cream cheese, again, as others had suggested but followed the rest of the directions for this layer. Then, I used almost all my brownie batter for the base and plopped the cream cheese mixture down on that, spreading it carefully. I had enough brownie batter left to put about eight small dollops on top of the cream cheese layer. Drawing a sharp knife through the three layers created a lovely marbled effect. Baked for twenty eight minutes exactly and cooled for an hour. Oh my, I never want a "regular" brownie after this one. If I can have success with this recipe, any beginner can feel confident in trying this one. This is one of the best recipes I have found on here. Thank you!
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These were amazing, as another comment mentioned, they just seem like a much more impressive...