Jun
14
2010

Ice Cream Sundae Brownies

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Desserts

Hi everyone!  Hope you had a great weekend.  Some of you may have gotten a preview of this post Friday morning….I hit the “publish” tab waaaaay too early :)

So, you knew once I tried ice cream inside of cookies that I wasn’t stopping there right?!!  These devilish brownies are equally as decadent as those cookies.  I’m talking perfectly crisp edges, chewy centers, thick, ultra CHOCOLATY and down right delicious!  The beauty of this recipe is you can personalize it with your family’s favorite ice cream.  I sat in front of the ice cream section for 5 minutes before I could decide what flavor to choose :)

Enough talking from me….go try these….TODAY!!

Here’s your line-up of ingredients (minus the hot fudge)  Ben and Jerry’s “Phish Food” was an awesome pick I must say :)

Add all of your goodies to the brownie mix….*Please note:  I did not add the water since I added the ice cream and hot fudge*

Ice cream time!!

Scoop in that beautiful ice cream!!  I added a heaping 1/2 cup!

Add some chocolate chips :)

….and some hot fudge, well when I added it, it was cold from the fridge :)

yes, hot fudge!!

mmmm!

Pour into prepared 9×13 inch baking dish.  I always line mine with foil. You can pull the foil right out, cut into squares MUCH easier and it’s one less dish to wash :)

It’s bake time!!

Ahhhhh, no words needed :)

How cute is this parchment paper?!  I found it at Crate&Barrel. They are actually burger liners, but I cut them into squares and LOVE them for my brownies :)  I believe they were $4.99.

Ice Cream Sundae Brownies

1 box Brownie Mix

2 eggs

1/2 Cup canola or vegetable oil

Heaping 1/2 Cup of your favorite Ice Cream (I used Ben and Jerry’s Phish Food)

1 1/2 Cups chocolate chips

1/4 Cup hot fudge topping (chilled)

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  In a large bowl mix the brownie mix, 2 eggs and oil until combined…and thick.  I did NOT add the water.  Scoop in ice cream, chocolate chips and hot fudge; mix until combined.  Pour into a foil lined 9×13 inch baking dish that’s been GENEROUSLY sprayed with cooking spray.  More is better here :)  Bake for 40-50 minutes or until toothpick comes clean from center.

2.  Let cool completely.  Remove foil from baking dish, cut into squares and serve.

12 brownies




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  1. 51
    Natasha says:

    These look sooo rich, but so delicious!

  2. 52
    jenny says:

    Mine didn’t turn out quite as fudgy as yours but they’re still tasty!

  3. 53
    ivoryhut says:

    Oh oh oh. You just went and did me in with that. That looks absolutely delicious! Gorgeous shots.

  4. 54

    Made these last night and brought them to work today for my boss’s birthday. I ate a bite of one for breakfast and am in love. I added 3 tablespoons of flour for high altitude (I’m in Denver, CO) and it worked great. Best brownies ever (and easy too!) – thank you!

  5. 55
    Lori says:

    Uh….yum. That made me want to go home and start baking so I can just sit in front of the tv tonight and watch my Netflix movies and eat brownies. That looks like the most awesome brownies EVER.

  6. 56

    You have inspired me to make brownies…. I’m about to right now! Thanks for the beautiful pictures and the recipe!

  7. 57
    Karen says:

    HOLY MOLY!!! This looks wonderful. I’m going to try these as soon as I get moved (in progress). The thought of making (and eating :)) these will get me through!

  8. 58
    Angel says:

    How could be so taste !?

  9. 59
    Mandy says:

    I made these tonight with coffee ice cream. SUPER DELICIOUS! Thanks for the idea.

  10. 60
    megan says:

    I’m thinking a big ol’ scoop of that ice cream on top of a couple brownies would suit me just fine! They look incredable!

  11. 61
    Jenn says:

    Made mine with B&J’s Half Baked (They don’t have Phish Food in podunk, small-town Iowa). I also baked mine in a mini-cupcake pan with liners. Sold at a bake sale. Fastest sold second to puppy chow! Loved this recipe!! will use again and again.

  12. 62
    Beth says:

    OMG! This is totally not what I was looking for, but I will have to try them — and look at your other recipes too!

  13. 63

    Yummy! I love brownies and ice cream (even though I shouldn’t eat it!)…what could be better!! This looks delicious :)

  14. 64
    Emily says:

    So I saw these and had to make them! I used a peanut butter chocolate ice cream and added 1/2 cup of peanut butter. They turned out so delicious!!! Also…if you want to save money, the little $1 cups of ice cream are the perfect amount!

  15. 65

    Came here from SU! Baking with ice cream is the most genius thing I’ve ever seen!!

  16. 66
    Susan says:

    This looks awesome!! Can’t wait to try it. Thanks

  17. 67
    yasa2 says:

    tasty, would like to eat it right now!!!!!!

  18. 68
    Dicky says:

    Well I can taste from the images. Hahaha. Maybe next week I’ll try to make it.

  19. 69
    Barbara says:

    That looks absolutely delicious. Mmm. I’ll have to go make it right away! Just throwing this out there: My teacher, a nurse, warned against using canola oil because it’s made from rape seed, which is poisonous to humans. The toxicity of plants is usually found in… the oil. That aside, I’mma go try this recipe now. I usually add an extra egg to make the brownies fluffier.

  20. 70
    Rod says:

    I just made these for our fourth of July family ordeal. All gone…

    I used the Peanut butter Ben and Jerry’s, White Chocolate chips, the combo PB/Chocolate chips, and threw in a bunch of caramel filled Hershey’s Kisses. HOLY COW! Awesome! My niece and nephews ate a bunch, and they were a hit.

  21. 71

    OMG These look amazing!

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  23. 73

    Sorry. I was speechless. I think after a week of non-stop gym I will definitely deeply indulge in about 4 to 7 of these :D

  24. 74
    Lucille says:

    Making these right now for a chocoholic friend’s birthday! I accidentally added 1/4 cup water – hope that won’t do anything (I don’t imagine it would). Also added a little more ice cream than 1/2 cup. Hoping for some soft, gooey, CHOCOLATEY brownies. Found this on Stumble – you are a godsend. THANK YOU!! <3

  25. 75
    Marika says:

    Those look incredible. I’m having a stressful week and I think I need those brownies.

  26. 76
    Amy says:

    I made these last night and they were delicious! I made them with fudge swirl ice cream – super yummy!

  27. 77
    Janani says:

    this is very nice idea…I love chocolate!!! Nice Article…Keep updating

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  29. 79
    Josephine says:

    I made these brownies last night and they are the best brownies I’ve ever made and tasted. Also, I used chocolate chunks instead of chips, olive oil and chocolate fudge brownie ice cream <3.

  30. 80
    Cat says:

    They look awesome, but there’s only one problem I can see. I’m from the UK and we just cannot get hold of the brownie mix, we’d have to make it all from scratch – so my only question is would it work in the same way? Oh noes…. I’m going to get stuck in the kitchen with ice cream and brownie mix. It’s a hard job but I’m willing to try…..

  31. 81
    Ashley Rae says:

    I tried this recipe, and it was FABULOUSLY DELICIOUS!! I am making these for my niece’s birthday in a couple weeks. Thanks for the great recipe. The Phish Food was perfect.

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    ava-j says:

    ** this is me swooning! Im half-afraid to show this to the hubby, he might forbid me to make this sinfully delicious dessert!

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  34. 84
    HOLLY says:

    Looks so yummy, I am going to try these for sure!!

  35. 85
    Linda says:

    These brownies are DELICIOUS! I added chopped Oreos to make them even yummier! My teenage kids and their friends LOVED them!

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    Zeina says:

    Made these yesterday for Memorial Day weekend party. They entire pan is gone! So yummy and moist! Will make again.

  41. 91
    Kelley says:

    Would it still good if I made it without the hot fudge?

  42. 92
    Kara says:

    I found this about a year ago and am still making this recipe! Thanks so much!

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    Melissa says:

    Just wanted to drop you a line and say that I’ve made these brownies multiple times, and they’re probably the best brownies I’ve ever had. Thanks for such a wonderful recipe!

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  46. 96

    I am definitely going to make these! Great idea :)

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