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Triple Chocolate Brownie Crumble

Angela Massey Recipe shared by:
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A decadent mix of dark and white chocolates whipped to perfection and topped with crumbled brownies.

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Baking Instructions

  1. Bake cake mix as instructed on box.
  2. Bake brownies according to instructions on the box.
  3. For filling/frosting: Heat cream over medium heat until just boiling.
  4. Break white chocolate into chunks and place in medium bowl.
  5. Pour hot cream over chocolate and stir until chocolate is completely melted.
  6. Put filling in fridge to cool.
  7. When cool whip with mixer on high speed until soft peaks form.
  8. Cut a small hole out of top of cupcake.
  9. Fill with filling and replace the top.
  10. Frost cupcakes with remaining filling.
  11. Crumble brownies and sprinkle brownies over the top of each cupcake.
  12. Heat frosting in microwave at 15 second intervals, stirring between.
  13. When frosting reaches a more liquid consistency, drizzle frosting over top.

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Knead cake mix packet

Knead cake mix packet

If I remember before I open the package, I knead the lumps out. Mixing usually takes care of them but kneading makes it more likely to be completely smooth. Also, my mother taught me to tap the bottom of the pan with batter several times and watch air holes come to the top and break before putting in oven.

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For the past five years I have been making wedding cakes as a side line. Because of lack of time I have been using Duncan Hines "Moist Deluxe" mixes. However I have always added one additional egg to the recipe. Everybody who taste this say it is the best cake ever. They never know it comes from a box. Thanks for your great product. George Snider

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