These cream cheese fudge brownies are decadently delicious! A smooth cream cheese layer is sandwiched between two layers of chocolate fudge. If you’re looking for game day recipes, this sweet treat is perfect.
Thank you to Phil’s Fresh Eggs for sponsoring today’s conversation. My love of their cage-free eggs and all opinions are my own.
One thing I can never turn down is a good brownie. Even better is a brownie filled with cream cheese.
I know you agree.
My husband’s birthday was this weekend and he has a sweet tooth to envy my own. I knew I needed to step it up this year in the dessert department. I have made him cakes, cookies, cupcakes and I even tried to make him candy once (that was a recipe fail, by the way.)
This year, I decided cream cheese fudge brownies were the best choice for my cheesecake and brownie loving husband.
Cream Cheese Fudge Brownies
To make these decadent fudge brownies, I used my favorite eggs from Phil’s Fresh Eggs. I am partnering with Phil’s this year to share some great recipes with you!
Phil’s Fresh Eggs has offered cage-free eggs since 1959 – they were one of the first pioneers in providing cage-free eggs. Phil’s eggs are known for their deep yellowy orange yolks, which is a result of the chicken’s diet of corn, soybeans and omega-3 rich ingredients (all sourced from Midwestern farms!)
One of the reasons I love the fudge and brownie part of this recipe is that you mix it in a pot instead of a bowl. It really helps with the kitchen cleanup!
In the recipe below, I combined the fudge portion but when I make them, I usually make it in two halves instead of splitting the finished fudge in the pan. I think it makes it so much easier.
When you take the brownies out of the oven, remove them when a toothpick comes out clean. Because they are super fudgey, you may think they aren’t finished yet but there is nothing worse than overcooked brownie.
Make sure the brownies are completely cool before you cut them; I usually chill them in the fridge for about 10 minutes so that the center is completely cooled.
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Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Phil’s Fresh Eggs.
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