Monday, November 2, 2009

Amaretto Marscapone Hot Fudge Brownie Dessert

A little piece of a mouth watering brownie experience, sure to be asked to make over and over again.





Amazing and easy dessert.
















The batter is swirled to make a marble effect.

Almond flavoring throughout this deep dark chocolate brownie is topped with whipped cream, hot fudge and sliced almonds with a little Amaretto on the cake before you add the ice cream on top........
Topping
1 8oz package of marscapone cheese, or cream cheese
2 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons Amaretto or almond extract
3 tablespoon of almond paste
1 1/2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
slivered almonds for garnish and optional


Whipped cream
1 jar Hot fudge sauce
1 quart of vanilla ice cream


Amaretto


Brownie Crust
1 devils food cake mix 18.25 oz size
1 stick of butter softened
1 egg

Using a mixer, pour cake mix in large bowl, add butter and egg, beat till well incorporated and makes a smooth dough.

Pat dough down with moist hands dampened with water, this keep the dough from sticking to
you, into a greased brownie pan approx. size 12x8 x2

In a clean bowl beat with mixer 1 package cheese and sugar together till light and fluffy around 4 minutes. Add eggs one at a time beating well after each one. Pour 1/2 the batter over brownie mixer reserving the rest. Add the almond paste to the remaining batter and Amaretto flavoring, beat well. Pour remaining batter making a marbleized swirl over brownie mixture. Add chips on top. Bake at 350 till lightly browned and set around 30 minutes. Cool, cut brownies into squares. Swirl hot fudge on the plate, top with a vanilla ice cream, whipped cream a tablespoon of Amaretto on the cream and slivered almonds more hot fudge on the top.

13 comments:

Cocina Savant said...

ooh goodness, that looks sinfully delicious!

pegasuslegend said...

@cocina Savant thank you :)

Rochelle said...

mmm brownies! I haven't made any in forever, but I'm starting to get a craving looking at this :)

TheChocolatePriestess said...

I'm so happy the temperatures are dropping so I can start baking every Friday or Saturday again. Sadly my spouse is allergic to all tree nuts so we can't try this. But thank you for sharing.

Daydreamer Desserts said...

Great job in taking brownies to a new a whole new level. :) Outstanding!

Cookin' Canuck said...

What a wonderful treat! The amaretto would be delicious with the chocolate.

Tasty Trix said...

Beautiful! Hmmm ... I have a feeling this would be nice with one of your liqueur coffees!

alison said...

oh,no...another recipe with chocolate?mouth wattering...it looks wonderful!

Tasty Eats At Home said...

I can feel my thighs getting bigger just thinking about this! :) It looks sinful and yummy!

Mae said...

I don't know that I have ever seen anyone's recipes and pics so perfectly "voluptuous". I don't know why, but that is the word that comes to mind. I think they're brilliant, they remind me of Like Water for Chocolate.

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NMOS said...

I love marscapone cheese on desserts. I actually posted a blog of a recipe (sort of) a little while back for a marscapone cake with oranges and pistachios (check it out). I'll be sure to try this one out. Thanks.

Brad said...

great recipe, thanks. I'm so glad I found your blog on Foodbuzz.com. I also write a food blog www.eatnlisten.com If you would like to check it out.

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