I’m a sucker for a good brownie. You know the kind that is rich, chocolaty, fudgy, and just down right delicious? Well, this one is all that. It’s amazing. I found it on the ultra-awesome blog Picky Palate.
You start with a brownie mix and add more chocolate and more chocolate and some ice cream (maybe with some chocolate) to the mix. Out of the oven comes this fantastic brownie creation with different pockets of chocolate goodness in varying textures. Amazing. And you can switch it up by changing your ice cream flavor. I went with Picky Palate’s choice: Ben & Jerry’s “Phish” Food because it’s just about my favorite ice cream out there. Can’t go wrong with that selection, but there are tons of other ice creams that I can just imagine would be great in these brownies & would add their own personal flavor.
Go ahead…make them. And tell me what ice cream flavor you think would just be fabulous in this recipe.
Ice Cream Sundae Brownies from Picky Palate
1 box Brownie Mix
1/2 c. canola or vegetable oil
Heaping 1/2 c. of your favorite Ice Cream (I used Ben and Jerry’s Phish Food)
1 1/2 c. chocolate chips
1/4 c. hot fudge topping (chilled)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large bowl mix the brownie mix, 2 eggs and oil until combined…and thick. I did NOT add the water. Scoop in ice cream, chocolate chips and hot fudge; mix until combined.
- Pour into a foil lined 9×13 inch baking dish that’s been GENEROUSLY sprayed with cooking spray. More is better here
- Bake for 40-50 minutes or until toothpick comes clean from center. Let cool completely. Remove foil from baking dish, cut into squares and serve.
Average Fork Rating: 4.2
Mr. Diner: 5
Mrs. Diner: 5
Amazing Diner: 3 (Both he & Sweet Diner thought they were “too chocolaty”)
Sweet Diner: 3
Little Diner: 5 (This guy kept sneaking them all at hours until they were gone.)