This is absolutely my go-to brownie recipe. These are chewy, rich, and most importantly very quick to come together. No melting butter or chocolate.
I don’t usually throw around superlatives, but this is hands down the best chocolate cream pie I’ve ever made, and almost the best I’ve ever had.
This delicious concoction combines the best part of chocolate mousse (the chocolate, duh) with the ever-so-satisfying crunch of a crème brûlée. Plus, I got to play with my blow torch!
I really like bundt cakes. And not just because with the right pan, they pretty much decorate themselves. No, I like bundt cakes because they’re typically a dense and moist cake – which is my preference. They also ought to be able to stand on their own without much frosting.
I have a confession to make… in general, I think out of the box brownie mixes are better than brownies from scratch. Crazy, I know. But it’s true. I haven’t found a brownie recipe that really beats Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate mix. But! These brown butter brownies come close. And they offer a rich nuttiness (thanks to the browned butter) that’s distinct and delicious.
Baking chopped malt balls into the cookies adds a nice texture to the cookies overall and solves the cringe-worthy, teeth gnashing problem of malt balls by softening them up through baking.