I was one of those people who said, I don’t like cheesecake. I know, weird. But I believe I’m a bit lactose intolerant, so New York style cheesecake wasn’t on my top five dessert list. However, once I made these brownies for a long ago Christmas, I realized, I do like cheesecake… I do, I do.
4 squares unsweetened chocolate
3/4 cup (1 and 1/2 sticks) butter
Melt together in the microwave on high for two minutes. Then stir until chocolate melts into the melted butter.
Stir into chocolate mixture the following until completely blended.
2 cups sugar
1 tsp vanilla
Pour into greased 13×9 inch baking pan. (If glass, pre-heat oven to 325 – If not using a glass pan, pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.)
In a separate bowl, mix the following:
8 oz (1 package) softened cream cheese
1/3 cup sugar
2 tbsp flour
Drop onto chocolate mixture in spoonfuls, then use a knife to swirl the white batter into the dark. Think marbleizing, not mixing – Don’t over mix.
Bake for 40 minutes.
**Think you’re too busy to bake?**
For the dark batter, use a prepared brownie mix following package instructions.
Then add follow the white batter instructions as listed above.
Either way? You’ll have cheesecake brownies to die for – and easy enough to bake on a weekday night. Great for work potlucks.
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