Recipe by Mary Pecbot
"These are absolutely beautiful moist and delicious red velvet brownies! Perfect for red velvet cake lovers; adds a different twist to a traditional red velvet cake. This is a beautiful dessert perfect for Valentine's Day or for anybody who LOVES red velvet! I like this served the next day and slightly cold."
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unsalted butter, melted
unsweetened cocoa powder
red food coloring
distilled white vinegar
large eggs, slightly beaten
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese at room temperature
wonderful and very pretty!! These will take care of your cheesecake and red velvet cravings. Taste best the next day. TIPS: Dont use reduced fat or fat free cream cheese. After you have made the swirls, and before you put in oven, VERY gently tap the pan on the counter to remove some bubbles that may have formed when swirling. ** Remember, oven baking times will vary! The batch I just did today took close to 40 minutes at 345 degrees.
I expected the cream cheese mixture to be thick because of the cook's note, but it was thinner than the batter so I just poured it over the cake batter in the pan. The 1/4 cup of batter was what I had to drop by dollops onto the cream cheese mixture and not drizzle because it was too thick. I baked for it 45 minutes and not 30 - 35 minutes as the recipe states. The edges were getting very brown but the inside was not quite cooked. It tastes okay, but not something I would make again. Very disappointing.
When I saw this recipe that combines my teenage son's three favorite deserts red velvet, cheesecake and brownies together I knew it would be a hit! My whole family enjoyed this. I decided to bake it in muffin tins but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Thank you for sharing your recipe miss_whisk, I will be making this again! :)
How anyone could give this recipe less then 5 stars is a shock to me. I made this recipe for the people I work with and they went over so well I can't wait to make them again. Yes, the cream cheese part comes out thin but I found it simple to pour this on top of the red velvet mixture. They were delicious!
It was a hit with all my friends but i wasn't a big fan. i've already been asked to make them again.
I followed the recipe exactly except I didn't have food colouring. My husband said they were good. I think doubling the recipe would be good to make them thicker. I am going to try it next time
Am I the only one that notices the directions don't actually match the ingredient measurements.
This was sooooo good. It's perfect when you want something a little different but familiar enough for everyone to try.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Red Velvet Cheesecake Swirl Brownies
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 142
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