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Bodacious Holiday Bundt Fudge Brownies

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Makes: 6 -8 servings Total Time: 1 hr
Category: Cookies Sub Category: Brownies

what you need
  • 1 lb. box fudge brownie mix - moist or regular
  • 1/4 cup vegetable or canola oil
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1-2 cans cake frosting - sour cream, chocolate or French vanilla
  • Vegetable oil
  • Water
  • Eggs
  • Fresh fruit such as apples, oranges or pineapple (sliced canned fruit is just as tasty and pretty)
  • Walnuts
make it
Preheat oven at 350 degrees F. In a medium bowl, pour brownie mix into bowl. Add vegetable or canola oil (or oil of your choice) to mix. Add water to mix. Add eggs to mix. Stir until mix is thick and consistent.

Use any size bundt cake pan and use oil to grease pan and use flour to make sure brownies do not stick. When greasing and flouring the bundt cake pan is done, carefully pour mixture into bundt cake pan and smooth it out around the hole in the middle.

Put into oven and bake around 30 minutes. Test your brownies by using a toothpick and inserting into the mix to see if it is done. It will come out clean if done with little or no residue. Remove from oven. Let it cool.

When cool, use a plate and please wear a hand mitt to do this, and turn it over to allow it to come out of the Bundt pan and onto the place. Then use your frosting, my favorite is sour cream frosting, and frost the top of your Bundt brownie cake. Make sure to cover the entire top and around the hole in the middle.

After done frosting, slice your chosen fruit, mine is mandarin orange slices, and place the slices in a creative way on top of the frosting, get creative and design your Bundt Brownie Cake.
Use a 9x9-inch bundt cake baking pan (or use 12x9x2-inch oblong pan for non-bundt shape.)

Optional: I use walnut halves in between and around the fruit slices to give it an extra holiday zing and appearance.

When ready, cut the Bundt Brownie Cake into 6 -8 pieces and serve. Your family will be thrilled with this. It is delicious and a lot of fun to make, and fun to eat. Total time including preparation and baking with the finishing touches of fruit and decorative edibles: 1 hour.

The fruit on top of the frosting and using walnuts makes this Bundt Brownie Cake extra-ordinarily great tasting and it creates a festive mood and decorates your dinner table as a winner.

Adding fresh cranberries between other fruits or nuts adds more VaVoom to this recipe making it festive and sure to be a favorite at all of your Holiday dinners. ENJOY!
Average Rating  (4)
Rated  by Kathi W on 11/15/2003 Finding this great Brownie recipe shaped like a bundt cake just added another dessert to my Thanksgiving dinner. I made it using all the ingredients but I used Cream Cheese frosting and maraschino cherries on top of that. My neighbors each got a slice and are begging for more. I gave them Merylie01's recipe. Truly Bodacious!
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