Cream Cheese Brownies Recipe Demonstration –

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Recipe here: of demonstrates how to make Cream Brownies. There are so many types of brownies, but of my favorites is these Cream Cheese Brownies which combine a dense and fudge-like brownie with a cream cheese filling. Bite into one and you are sure to notice how the tanginess of the cream cheese so nicely tempers the deep richness of the chocolate brownie. What a perfect way to enjoy both a brownie and cheesecake at the same time.

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  1. Joy of Baking on February 18, 2013: (Reply)

    Yes, you could do that.

  2. MatsuLoveLust on February 21, 2013: (Reply)

    Mmmmm that looks yummy

  3. Aya Chaarawi on February 22, 2013: (Reply)

    can you use cocoa instead

  4. Deepali Sheth on February 25, 2013: (Reply)

    how can i make the same without using eggs?

  5. Joy of Baking on February 25, 2013: (Reply)

    Sorry, but I’ve never made the brownies without eggs.

  6. Olivia Kimberlee on February 25, 2013: (Reply)

    thanks so much 🙂

  7. Kinkerbelle on March 1, 2013: (Reply)

    Omg I made this for Valentine’s Day along with your Oatmeal Raisin cookies
    & they both were a hit. The recipes are amazing ! Thanks loads x

  8. Lester Vecsey on March 6, 2013: (Reply)

    When you swirl it do you reach into the bottom most layer?

  9. Joy of Baking on March 6, 2013: (Reply)

    No, I just mainly swirl it through the cream cheese layer.

  10. Flossy Allred-Abromowitz on March 12, 2013: (Reply)

    Another excellent recipe. I made these twice several months ago. They are a
    bit rich, as is to be expected, so you can make the servings smaller.

  11. Josephine Celso on March 14, 2013: (Reply)

    I made this twice and the cream cheese mix gets to liquidy.. I dont mix to
    much..What am I doing wrong??? the brownies taste awesome 😀

  12. Joy of Baking on March 14, 2013: (Reply)

    Maybe try mixing it when it’s still quite cold. Or maybe it is the type of
    cream cheese. I wouldn’t use the spreadable type or fat free cream cheese.

  13. Josephine Celso on March 14, 2013: (Reply)

    Thank you..I will try using the cream cheese cold next time

  14. Marisol Garcia on March 15, 2013: (Reply)

    can we use semi-sweet chocolate??

  15. Joy of Baking on March 15, 2013: (Reply)

    Sorry, but I’ve never tried using semi sweet chocolate in these brownies.

  16. tasammm on March 15, 2013: (Reply)

    Can you try to make nutella cupcakes?? I really want to learn Thankyou!!!!

  17. LovingBrownies on March 16, 2013: (Reply)

    Can i put some m&m chocolates as the toppings? And not swirling it?

  18. Joy of Baking on March 16, 2013: (Reply)


  19. Joanna Rebutoc on March 29, 2013: (Reply)

    Can I bake this in a turbo broiler?

  20. trainernatalia on March 31, 2013: (Reply)

    We have tubs of Philadelphia Whipped Cheese Cream. Can I use this as long
    as I use twice the weight of what is being asked since the cream is very
    light and airy, or is this a bad idea? Thank you.

  21. Amor Tano on April 2, 2013: (Reply)


  22. Amor Tano on April 2, 2013: (Reply)


  23. Joy of Baking on April 2, 2013: (Reply)

    I use Philadelphia cream cheese. I don’t know where you live, but in the
    States, most grocery stores sell it.

  24. juliaaaeliseee on April 2, 2013: (Reply)

    Can i Also use margarine for this recipe instead of butter?:)

  25. Joy of Baking on April 2, 2013: (Reply)

    Yes, you could use margarine.

  26. ann cruz on April 9, 2013: (Reply)

    can i used dark chocolate?

  27. olliewombleful on April 22, 2013: (Reply)

    Used these for my catering exam, turned out really well thanks.

  28. MyBakersJoy on May 1, 2013: (Reply)

    Wow, looks delicious!

  29. Jocinta Strutt on May 17, 2013: (Reply)

    Gretings from Malaysia! I absolutely love your channel!! May I know how you
    keep the brownies moist? I’d like to send these to my friends.. 🙂

  30. Joy of Baking on May 17, 2013: (Reply)

    Because these brownies contain cream cheese, they need to be refrigerated.

  31. MidnightDragonRider1 on June 11, 2013: (Reply)

    how many cups of sugar would be added if using semi-sweet chocolate?

  32. sootherbs on June 16, 2013: (Reply)

    they look reeeally tasty thanks for the demo

  33. Victoria Fernández on June 22, 2013: (Reply)

    realy really love it, think i’m doing it for next weekend its the perfect
    summer dessert

  34. Nayeli Delatorre on July 7, 2013: (Reply)

    2:14 theres like a kid there

  35. Sylvia Indrayana on July 19, 2013: (Reply)

    Hi there, I made this things today. My brownies batter looks a bit runny
    than in yours video, and it turned wet and sticky (they won’t firm up even
    I chilled it already). Is there something wrong? Also, if I use 20 x 20 cm
    baking pan, would there be any change in the oven temp? Thank you..

  36. Joy of Baking on July 19, 2013: (Reply)

    If you used a 20 cm square pan, instead of a 23 cm square pan, the depth of
    the batter would be deeper, so the baking time would be longer.

  37. PandaLove4evaaa on July 29, 2013: (Reply)

    Hi there Stephanie! I’m 14 years old and i love baking ;p Thanks for this
    recipe, i’ve been making these a couple times for my family and they
    absolutely love it! They turn out great every single time, it’s such a pity
    though that they have to be refrigerated for such a time, cause it’s hard
    to keep your fingers of them! Greets from the Netherlands

  38. Mango on July 30, 2013: (Reply)

    Can I bake them in cupcakes? What wld be the baking time required?

  39. TheSiifa on August 3, 2013: (Reply)

    my batter was too runny maybee its the eggs, is it ok if i only use 2 eggs
    for the brownie?

  40. Joy of Baking on August 5, 2013: (Reply)

    The weight of one large egg is about 57 grams. So if the eggs you use are
    heavier than that you may have to adjust the amount of eggs you use in the

  41. Deborah Alexander on August 8, 2013: (Reply)

    Thanks for these awesome recipes ;but what is name of the processor you’re

  42. Joy of Baking on August 8, 2013: (Reply)

    The mixer is a Kenwood Titanium Chef and the food processor is a Cuisinart.

  43. spoiled1tr on August 9, 2013: (Reply)

    Will the results be the same if you used the boxed brownies? Instead of the
    chocolate pieces?

  44. danielle dewitt on August 9, 2013: (Reply)

    came here for the marbling technique. i have tried to make cheesecake
    brownies before, but they always looked over-mixed and didn’t have the
    cheesecake texture or taste due to that, so thank you!

  45. Kelly Cassandra Rivera on August 11, 2013: (Reply)

    I Love it! : ) You’re so Good!

  46. DACHAGS8 on August 13, 2013: (Reply)

    Yeah u are the best I’ve seen so far.

  47. Annie Khalid on August 17, 2013: (Reply)

    Can I use dark choco chips instead?I ran out of dark choc..

  48. tx kym on August 18, 2013: (Reply)

    I wanna ask, why your videos are always long?

  49. Cassie Stevens on August 18, 2013: (Reply)

    Because she doesn’t know what shes doing, and it takes her awhile to figure
    it out. Hence all the “Uhhh”s.

  50. Diana Henry on August 26, 2013: (Reply)

    Haha its her doggie

  51. Diana Henry on August 26, 2013: (Reply)

    Haha its her doggie

  52. Charles Black on August 26, 2013: (Reply)

    If you were to use sweetened chocolate, would you reduce the sugar you put
    in it? If so, by how much?

  53. Lynda Besner on August 27, 2013: (Reply)

    Have you ever made this recipe using Splenda instead of sugar?

  54. Joy of Baking on August 27, 2013: (Reply)

    No sorry I have not, I’m not sure how well it would work with Splenda.

  55. Lauren Denise on August 30, 2013: (Reply)

    Thank you for this recipe! I didn’t have unsweetened chocolate, so I used
    the cocoa powder/canola oil conversion and it turned out great. I also made
    1.5X the recipe so it would fill a 9×13. Delicious!

  56. India Powell-Rose on September 2, 2013: (Reply)

    instead chopping a chocolate bar can i use unsweetened chocolate chips?

  57. Joy of Baking on September 3, 2013: (Reply)

    Yes, you could do that.

  58. Niveditha Narayanan on September 22, 2013: (Reply)

    Hi, I loved watching your brownies. But, I being a vegetarian, cannot add
    eggs to my brownie. What can I add instead of eggs?

  59. Raffaele Lagattolla on September 22, 2013: (Reply)

    Love the channel, found it whilst studying for uni finals… quick question
    about fan assisted ovens. They tend to be a little on the more intense side
    as regards heat. so just wondered if 160 was fine maybe take the heat down
    10 degrees or so.

  60. Joy of Baking on September 22, 2013: (Reply)

    Yes I drop mine 25F or 15C.

  61. saiz38 on September 29, 2013: (Reply)

    love it, thank u! 🙂

  62. Raffaele Lagattolla on October 2, 2013: (Reply)

    Hi, thanks for that 🙂 Brownies came out great, a little underdone but only
    because my old oven was a little weak and any higher would have overdone
    the edges completely. Going to try them again this weekend in a brand new
    fan oven.

  63. VoNnE GiLiA on October 10, 2013: (Reply)

    I am going to try this out!

  64. IForgotMyRidingCrop on October 15, 2013: (Reply)

    what proportion of cocoa powder / canola oil did you use ?

  65. Daniela Callus on October 16, 2013: (Reply)

    I don’t have a food processor: can I do the cheesecake part by hand or in a
    stand mixer?

  66. Joy of Baking on October 16, 2013: (Reply)

    Yes, you could mix it either by hand or with a mixer.

  67. MrsGlorya86 on October 19, 2013: (Reply)

    Adding this to my Thanksgiving deserts

  68. herro moo on November 3, 2013: (Reply)

    OMG making this now it turned out to be a complete fail

  69. Yvencia Simmons on November 7, 2014: (Reply)

    Love it’s!!!!!

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