Friday, December 30, 2011

Cream Cheese Brownie

One more posting before 2011 ends.
I am counting the hours and looking forward to a new year.

May the new year bring fresh hopes, new ideas and good health to all my fellow bloggers, friends and visitors!

On a whim, I felt like baking something chocolatey and hence I picked this one.


150g plain flour
40g cocoa powder
180g butter (sorry folks, I forgot this!)
200g caster sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon nescafe mix with a little hot water
180g semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 packet cream cheese
4 tablespoons caster sugar
2 eggs


1. Sift flour and cocoa powder.

2. Melt butter and let it cool before adding eggs, nescafe and sugar. Mix well.

3. Mix in flour and cocoa well before adding in chocolate chips.

4. Pour into a lined and lightly greased tin.

5. Prepare cheese mixture by creaming cheese and sugar till well-combined.

6. Add in eggs and cream until smooth.

7. Place blotches of cheese mixture on top of the brownie mixture and make swirls with a a palette knife.

8. Bake in preheated oven 150 deg C for 40 to 50 minutes or when some crumbs sticks to the skewer. Do not overbake or it will be dry.

Didn't quite get the swirls I wanted!

Can't wait to take a bite!

Moist, melty chocolate chips!

It's chocolatey enough and not too sweet! And now to make that cup of coffee to go with it!


  1. I have so long did not make this, sound so yummy! Wishing you a blessed New Year 2012.

  2. Judy,

    Happy 2012! May you and your family have a blessed year ahead.

    Love this. Try chilling it. The texture would be superb cos the cream cheese will firm up. Yum yum..

  3. Judy, Happy New Year 2012 to you and your family :)

  4. Sorry,how much is the melted butter mentioned?

  5. Chocolate is always good. Happy New Year to you, Judy!

  6. Happy new year, Judy! Was a long time since I had a slice of cream cheese brownie. This looks like a simple satisfaction for sweet tooth! :)

  7. I definitely enjoy not-overly-sweet chocolate brownies :)

    Happy New Year to you and your family.

  8. Happy New Year and indeed a great recipe to end 2011 with. More baking for 2012 that's for sure.

  9. Wishing you a blessed and prosperous new year! What a way to celebrate the new year...with a lovely cheese brownie....mmm.

  10. Happy 2012 and best wishes for you and your family.

    This brownies looks very delicious for your New Year celebration.

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  12. Judy, your brownies looks super moist and that is exactly what brownies should be!

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