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PHILADELPHIA Marble Brownies

PHILADELPHIA Marble Brownies recipe
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As one fan noted in a review, these PHILADELPHIA Marble Brownies are the best way to have both a brownie and cheesecake simultaneously.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
6/10/2006
These were good. I used Fat Free Brownie mix and light cream cheese..and sprinkled bittersweet chocolate on top. Next time I may use a little more cream cheese just to get more of the 'cheesecake' taste. This was very good, I'm making it for a small bbq tomorrow and I expect that everyone will LOVE them.
posted:
5/17/2006
These were fantastic! My hubby and his brother ate nearly the entire pan the day I made them. I also used chocolate chips on top instead of the chunks and it turned out great. I will definately make these again....tomorrow in fact.
posted:
5/9/2006
this recipe is an excellent one! The brownies were so moist and soft. I don't like hard brownies and these hit the spot for the chocoholic in me.
posted:
4/18/2006
Very easy and very good. It was a hit!
posted:
1/11/2006
My family doesn't want any other type of brownie - this is the only recipe they want me to use! They fly off the plate! I can't seem to ever make enough!
posted:
12/25/2005
Have fun making the swirls
posted:
12/24/2005
I make this recipe without the chocolate and sometimes will replace it with raspberry chocolate chips.
posted:
12/22/2005
I have also made this recipe for decades as a previous rater said - it was included in a Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cookbook- and it has always been a hit. Chocolate chips or chocolate chunks work equally well, as does any recipe for cake-like brownies. My daughter remembers it from when I made it for her grammer school parties, and she is now a mother with her own child. This is a classic.
posted:
9/24/2005
I think the quality of this recipie absolutely depends on what type of brownie mix you use. I used a bargain generic mix to save money and they weren't that good. The topping part was excellent but the brownie itself suffered for my frugality. Next time I will try it with a better mix and I would definitely suggest the same for others trying this one.
posted:
9/14/2005
a family favorite!
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