Creme Brulee Brownies

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When it comes to great dessert recipes these Creme Brûlée Brownies have it all. This creme brûlée dish is mixed with an epic brownie recipe for an amazing double dose of dessert. If you are like most people, when you have options for desserts after dinner, it can be hard to choose just one dessert. Especially when the options are between brownies and a creme brûlée dish. These two things are so different, yet so delicious in their own way. Creme brûlée is a thick, creamy and luxurious dessert with a crunchy candy top that is made by heating granulated sugar at a very high heat with a kitchen torch. At different restaurants, a variety of creme brûlée recipes can be offered. There are creme brûlée recipes for chai tea flavoured creme brûlée, pumpkin creme brûlée, chocolate creme brûlée and more. And now these amazing creme brûlée brownies that you can make at home. Of course, brownies or some type of chocolate dessert is offered at restaurants for dessert time. Usually the brownies at restaurants will be served warmed, with vanilla ice cream and maybe some fruit like strawberries or fresh cherries with a sauce. Brownies are known for their cake-like texture, but for being much denser than cake and even richer than your average chocolate cake.

So if you have a dinner party coming up or you just want a fun dessert to try any night of the week, this might just be one to try out. You can just imagine the yummy flavour of combining the creaminess of creme brûlée with the rich, fudgy flavour of brownies. This recipe from the Confessions of a Cookbook Queen food blog includes a brownie recipe made from scratch. Homemade brownie recipes taste quite a bit different from the brownie mixes that you can buy in the baking isle of the grocery store. Of course, when you use fresh ingredients, the results will be amazing. There are many easy homemade brownie recipes on the internet that you can make on their own, but why not try something more exciting for a change? The creme brûlée in this recipe is also made from scratch using corn starch, white sugar, half and half cream, butter, vanilla and then more granulated sugar for the crunchy topping that every creme brûlée dish needs. While making this recipe you will make the brownie layer first and then it is baked in the oven before putting the creme brûlée custard on top. If you don't own a kitchen torch, you can just simply put the custard and brownie in the oven with granulated sugar on top and broil it until the topping gets hard. Then the dish gets chilled until it is ready to be cut into pieces and served. These would make for delicious after dinner treats to serve to guests or to enjoy for yourself and your family.

Nutrition Facts for: Creme Brulee Brownies from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

Ingredients: Butter, cocoa powder, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, hot fudge sauce, cornstarch half and half cream, vanilla extract.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 15 servings.

* Per Serving:Calories 586, Calories from Fat 287, Total Fat 31.9g 49%, Saturated Fat 20.0g 100%, Cholesterol 119mg 40%, Sodium 180mg 7%, Potassium 277mg 8%, Carbohydrates 72.9g 24%, Dietary Fiber 3.0g 12%, Sugars 55.5g, Protein 7.4g, Vitamin A 16%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 12%, Iron 12%

Everyone would be so excited to try out a new recipe and may even want to try making it at home themselves. Thank you so much to Kristan from the Confessions of a Cookbook Queen food blog for this epic Creme Brûlée Brownie recipe. You will drool over her recipes and photos when you visit her website. She has many other dessert recipes and other homemade brownie recipes you can try out at home. Her most recent bar recipe is for Key lime pie meringue bars which look so delicious and she also has a recipe for some Cadbury creme egg brownies as well. She mainly focuses on dessert recipes, so if you need some great sweet treat ideas, she is your go-to lady.*

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