I made this recipe as a gift and also for our family. Friends said it was absolutely fabulous and we agree, yum! I added some lemon juice to the cream cheese mixture for additional flavor.
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KarenChatham Posted: 12/19/10
ssasek Posted: 12/08/09
Surprisingly good for using a cake mix. Doesn't have that distinctive cake mix taste. I used a butter recipe golden cake mix. Once cooled, it looks like the pictured topping. Very moist, not crumbly. The pecan "crust" is great and this brownie has no chocolate! I will keep this recipe on file.
lkf064 Posted: 12/23/10
Made these as part of the goodie trays I give to neighbors during the holidays. They were a huge hit!! Followed recipe exactly and will definitly be making them again!
DanielaSchW Posted: 12/08/09
These are really yummy, but definitely overly sweet. I used 3/4 of the bag of powdered sugar, and the topping was still very sweet. I also added a tsp of imitation rum extract and a tsp of vanilla extract. I baked them in a 14 x 9 glass baking pan at 325*, and they still needed an extra 5 minutes or so at that temperature. These are softer than a regular brownie (which is more "sturdy" IMO) and is best eaten on a plate with a fork. Next time, I'll use a half bag of sugar and maybe some lemon zest in the topping to cut the sweetness a bit. They are definitely delicious, and my kids loved them.
Oklahomagirl Posted: 12/16/09
This was the easiest and tasiest brownie I have ever made! I followed the directions exactly as written, except I added some coconut to the topping mixture just because I love coconut. My 13yr old son actually made them while I supervised, that's how easy these are! I took them to work and everyone was fighting for them and begging for the recipe! This will be my new dish I take to potlucks and parties! I would rate this 10 stars if I could!!!!
TCHTexas Posted: 01/19/11
Huge hit. I cut these into bars instead of squares.
jennday1 Posted: 04/09/12
My father in law made these for Easter and while they tasted really good, I figured up the calories and one brownie is nearly 500 calories! I couldn't believe it. Very tasty but eat sparingly if you are watching your weight.
bushek Posted: 12/06/12
Going to try it with sugar free cake mix, fat free cream cheese, and a little less butter.
Laurart Posted: 02/27/13
Wow!!! My new favorite