Don't just say it, bake it.™

Please log in with your username and password.

Make it easy to share with your Facebook or Twitter friends.


Enter Duncan Hines Baker's Club Welcome to Duncan Hines Baker's Club Baker's Club Join Baker's Club Logout Baker's Club Settings

   

Duncan Hines®

1

Explore Our World

Start with a quick search for a particular flavor…or special occasion…or even your favorite color.
(Frequently Asked Questions)

2

Find Inspiration

We’ll gather some tasty suggestions that match your cravings, revealing ways to make your day delicious!

3

Bake a Memory

The fun has just begun—now you can use your creativity and Duncan Hines® products to bake something delectable, original, and truly you!

« Search Brownies Another Brownies Recipe »

Brownies

Victory Lane Marbled Brownies

Duncan Hines Recipe shared by:
| Follow this Baker

They're moist! They're delicious! And they're bound to go fast! With a rich combination of smooth cream cheese, our Double Fudge Brownie Mix and Creamy Home-Style Classic Chocolate Frosting, these simply irresistible Victory Lane Marbled Brownies will be a winner every time.

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 3 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Servings: Makes 16 Brownies
  • Difficulty: Super Simple
  • Rating:

Ingredients


Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease bottom of 8"x 8" pan.
  2. Beat cream cheese and butter until smooth in medium mixing bowl. Stir in sugar, 1 egg, flour and vanilla. Beat until smooth; set aside.
  3. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions for cake-like brownies.
  4. Spread half of brownie batter in prepared pan. Spoon cream cheese mixture over batter. Spoon dollops of remaining brownie batter over top. Swirl brownie and cream cheese batter together with a knife of spatula.
  5. Bake at 350°F for 36 to 39 minutes or until set. Cool completely.
  6. Frost with your favorite Duncan Hines® Creamy Home-Style Chocolate Frosting.
  7. Chill 2 hours.

Baker's Club Snapshots

Did You Make This Recipe?

Share if you loved this recipe as is, or if you added your own twist.

Add Your Photo of this Recipe

Tips

cake box cookie - not

cake box cookie - not

Ok what not to do. Started making the double choc. cake box cookies. I was co-pilot and my wife in the pilot's seat. Half way through I realize she has somehow combined the cake recipe and the cookie recipe. We attempted to fix - She added 3 eggs 1 cup water while I prepped the nuts, butter, vanilla and chips. I stopped her and started 'fixing'. Added just over 1/4 cup of flour as well as the other ingredients, mixed and hoped for the best. Well they are cookie shaped and soft and moist not really a cookie and too flat to be cake. But as I was eating one I had an epiphany. They would be perfect for whoopie cakes! Now I have to make some frosting.


Best Brownies in the House

Best Brownies in the House

I like to have really chewy brownies. If you had 1 more teaspoon than the box requests I guarentee they will come out more chewy.





Keep Exploring

Back to Top