Ice Cream Sundae Brownies

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!!


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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  3. Marilee

    I love to bake and there is so many brownie recipes out there. I have vowed to never buy a mix again. Will you be adapting this to a recipe?

  4. Erin

    I made these 3 days ago and they are amazing. Everytime my boyfriend eats one he tells me they are the best hes had. I used Kemps Triple Chocolate Frozen Yogurt. Great recipe!!

  5. Hi! THanks for sharing this great recipe! 🙂 Could I just use any brownie recipe instead of the brownie mix? And how can I substitute hot fudge? Thanks!

  6. lisa

    THESE ARE AMAZING! I was a little skeptical with the ice cream part…and honestly the extra chocolate chips and syrup etc. I was like whoa this is crazy sugar overload!?!? BUT! I have never tasted a better, richer, moister brownie! I had to hide them from my kids. Totally worth the Ben and Jerry’s splurge 🙂 THANKS! these are our favs now!

  7. Elizabeth

    These brownies are very good but I found my cook time to be at least 10 minutes less than recommended, and I have quite an old oven. Mine didn’t come out as moist, but they’re still delicious!

  8. Daphne

    I made these as soon as I found the recipe.. I used the Edy’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Chunk ice cream…. Yum yum yum! Unfortunately, I over-baked them (baked for 45 minutes)and had brick brownies this morning. 🙁

  9. Hey there! Just wanted to let you know we featured you in our Favorite Find Fridays post over at Whimsically Homemade. We used one of your pictures. If that’s a problem let us know and we’ll remove it immediately. Thanks for your great inspiration!

  10. 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!

  11. Zeina

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

  12. Linda

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

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

    im so glad to have found your signing up for the newsletter!!

  14. Ashley Rae

    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.

  15. Cat

    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…..

  16. Josephine

    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.

  17. Amy

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

  18. Lucille

    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

  19. Rod

    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.

  20. Barbara

    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.

  21. Emily

    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!

  22. 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.

  23. 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!

  24. Karen

    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!

  25. 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.

  26. 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!

  27. Janet

    Made these today for Father’s Day, using Dreyer’s Mint Brownie ice cream. They were amazingly delicious!! Everybody loved them. Can’t wait to try the ice cream cookies 🙂

  28. Lori

    How can these be stored (since the contain ice cream)? The only reason they will need to be stored is because my husband and I can’t eat an entire pan. Well we can, just shouldnt 🙂


  29. These turn out very moist and delicious, just the way a brownie should! I love how you can mix up the recipe if you wanted to. Next time I think I’ll try adding white chocolate chips, caramel (instead of hot fudge) and a cheesecake brownie ice cream! Thanks for the recipe!

  30. Ok, that does it. Your a genius. I NEVER would have thought of putting ice cream in a brownie mix…but it makes so much sense! These look absolutely incredibly off the charts blow your mind amazing!!! I WILL be making them THIS weekend. I would be making them right now, but I’m going to have to make a trip to the grocery store to get 1 or 2 things first. Bummer!

  31. I was going to comment sooner but I had to put my eyeballs back into the sockets…..that photo of those over-the-top-ultra-rich-ooey-gooey-decadent-squares-of-beautifuk-brownies caused them to pop right out!

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again….Jenny, you’re a genius! Another recipe onto the “to try soon” pile. 🙂

  32. Oh Yum. Makes me wish I still had some fudge sitting in the fridge. Must remember to not eat spoonfuls next time and try this recipe!

  33. Misty

    My mouth literally started watering when I saw the photo of these! I will have to make them now.. thanks for the recipe!

  34. Angela

    My son picked out Imagine Whirled Peace, a Ben and Jerry’s flavor with a carmel ice cream base, for me add to these. They are divine!! He and his friends gave them 2 thumbs up and said they would give the brownies three thumbs up if they had them.

  35. Oh my…of course I have to come visit when I am having a hormonal chocolate craving and see these amazing brownies. What a cool idea to add the ice cream into the mix, PLUS some chocolate sauce. Talk about heaven. I love how gooey and delicious they turn out. Send a few my way!

  36. Tiffany

    Oh NO! As if the monster cookie wasn’t enough now you come up with this!!! AMAZING! Can’t wait to try them this week!

  37. These look so moist and squishy, the ice cream must be the secret ingredient. I think I might add ice cream to everything I bake now!

  38. wow. I have a BBQ to go to today, and was JUST wondering what I could add to brownies… Hmm.

    very serendipitous, I think. I saw your other post with ice cream, thought you were NUTS (in a GOOD way, of course, like a genius…) and these look even better. wow.

    and I love Phish Food.

  39. How do you stay so skinny?!? I just look at your website and gain at least a pound. All the recipes i have tried from your site have been to die for. Thanks for sharing. Oh, and i LOVE phish food! Best ice cream EVER!!

  40. Ginger

    OMG Jenny!!!!!! Now I have to try these!! I just made your salted caramel chocolate LA cookies yesterday, but now I’m going to have to make these brownies too!

  41. Wow, they look so ooey, gooey and delicious! I have some ice cream that I need to use up, so I see your ice cream cookies in my future. 🙂

  42. These look amazing Jenny! And who would have thought to add ice cream to brownies…of course you! These look sinful, but so good! 🙂

  43. Wow these look great. I love coming here to see what new stuff you’ve cooked up. I found you through one of Amanda’s posts (from Kevin and Amanda) and so glad I did! I share your site everywhere!
    Hugs, Ellie

  44. I bet these would be great w/ some peanut butter and chocolate ice cream! I’m not the biggest box mix fan, but I’m sure I can sub the milk I used in my mix for the ice cream!

  45. I just happened to be looking for a recipe to make for my husband for our anniversary tonight. These look fabulous. Can’t wait to try them.

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