The Best Marscarpone Brownies.

Yes, they are! Really they are, they’re the love child of a moist Brownie and a Tiramisu, they are absolutely delectable and best of all…they are super easy to make.

I used my favorite brownie recipe that I have been using now for about 15 years and simply added an additional step to make these decadent brownies so, let’s make this short but sweet and get to the recipe, there is nothing more frustrating to having to read a huge post to get to a recipe.

Brownie recipe – preheat oven 350

Mix the items below in a mixer:

Mix the first 3 ingredients together till fluffy (5 minutes should be good), then add the eggs.

1 stick of unsalted butter, a really good brand – softened.
1 cup of white sugar
1 tsp. Of vanilla
2 eggs
Mix the dry ingredients below in a separate bowl

1/2 cup of all-purpose flour – I usually go for King Arthur All Purpose

1/3 cup Dutch Cocoa *

1/4 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp salt

*If Dutch cocoa is not available

substitute 1/3 cup regular cocoa for dutch cocoa and

1/4 tsp of baking soda for 1/4 tsp baking powder.

Mix dry with wet

Mix the dry to the wet ingredients just till blended, the batter should on the thick side.

With the help of a spatula, spread the batter into an 8×8 glass baking sheet that has been buttered. Don’t put in the oven just yet.

Mascarpone magic…

Mix until the ingredients are incorporated.

8oz of mascarpone

1/4 cup of sugar

1 egg

Now drop all the mascarpone cheese mixture one big spoonful at a time onto different areas on top of the brownie batter, use a butter knife or fork just to swirl the mascarpone into the brownie. DON’T GO SWIRL CRAZY BECAUSE IT WILL BLEND IN – YOU DON’T WANT THAT.




Published by Art by Isabel

Artist, gardener, and creator. I'm an artist obsessed with gardening, DIYing, and with a passion for baking.

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