Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 9 x 12-inch baking pan with non-stick foil.
  • Cream butter and cream cheese together; add egg and mix until smooth. Combine creamed mixture with dry brownie mix, stirring by hand. Mixture will be thick. Spread evenly in foil-lined pan and bake for 30 minutes. Cool completely. Using a wooden skewer, poke holes at 1-inch intervals halfway down into brownies.
  • Combine boiling water and both boxes of gelatin. Stir until no more sugar or gelatin granules are visible and liquid is clear. Cool to room temperature. Add Chambord. Pour cooled Chambord gelatin mixture over top of cooled brownies. Top evenly with marshmallows. Refrigerate for two hours.
  • Cut brownies into squares and place on glossy side of freezer paper, parchment paper, or foil, spreading each square slightly apart to allow topping to dribble down sides.
  • Melt chocolate and heavy cream slowly in microwave or double boiler, stirring until smooth and creamy. Cool to room temperature, but still liquid enough to drip. Scatter-drip chocolate over cooled brownies. (Re-warm chocolate slightly as necessary.) Refrigerate to harden chocolate topping. Serve. Refrigerate any leftovers.

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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    wow i feel good.........ha ha ha
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  • grizzlybear 7 years ago
    hahahahah..angelgal your funny but hay it will make it easer to hold on to the bike.LOL.LOL
    have a wonderful weekend
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  • angelgal 7 years ago
    I might as well apply this directly to my hips!! ;)
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  • jaie 7 years ago
    I am betting these are delicious!!! Another great post :)
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