Raspberry Cream Cheese Layered Brownies- with yoyomax12

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1 cup refrigerated cookie dough
1 package mix (large 16 to 18 oz size)
3 eggs (divided)
1/3 cup oil
8 oz cream cheese room temperature
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup seedless raspberry jam
1/2 tsp vanilla
few drops of neon pink food colour if desired
1/2 cup white chocolate chips, melted and cooled slightly
1 can of frosting or whatever frosting you want to use.
1/4- 1/2 cup hot fudge sundae topping for garnish

Line an 9″ square baking dish (or an 8×10″ baking dish) with foil and grease foil. I say 8×8″ in the video, should be 9×9″. You could probably use an 8×8 though, it would just for thicker brownies and the baking time would be longer.

Press the cookie dough into the bottom of the pan
Combine the mix with 2 of the eggs and the oil and water.
Pour over the cookie dough layer.
Bake 325F for 15 minutes.
**NOTE*** I put mine in for about 20-25 minutes because my glass pans take longer to heat. You want the edges to be more or less set looking and the center will still look pretty raw.

In a large bowl, cream together the and the sugar.
Add the vanilla and blend. Blend in one egg and the jam. Add enough pink food colour to get the desired colour (optional)
Blend in melted white chocolate.
Pour over the partially baked brownies (still hot out of the oven).
Do this evenly. Don`t dump in the center and spread! The filling will sink into the raw center.
Bake 325 for an additional 20 minutes (according to recipe in magazine). Mine took at least 40 minutes. I think it was because my brownies were so raw in the middle when I put the cheesecake batter on top. Bake until the cheesecake layer is set all over.
Allow to cool completely and then refrigerate 3-4 hours.
Dropping your camera into the completed cooled brownies is optional.
Frost with and then drizzle with hot fudge.

Found this recipe in a Woman`s World magazine.


My name is Tammy and I live in Northeastern Ontario Canada. I am a married, full-time working mom of one teenaged son.

My favourite channel here on YouTube is CookingAndCrafting. Beth lives in Hawaii and makes great meals, desserts and crafts. We met here on YouTube by commenting on each others videos and have since met each other several times in “real life”. She is a lovely person and a great friend.

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20 Comments for Raspberry Cream Cheese Layered Brownies- with yoyomax12

  1. Yellow Diamond on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    I love u

  2. pinkpandamiranda on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    This looks delicious!!! Agh.

  3. Mustafa's GamePrism!! on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    oh my. there goes my diet lol

  4. #MerryChristmas FromSusieBear on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    oh my gosh this looks like heaven

  5. Nannerchan on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    Chocolate and raspberry. Never a more perfect match.

  6. Maria Bou on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    oh! Happy cream cheese! I love it! :)

  7. duckyone20 on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    oh my that looks like I need it in my life lol

  8. ThousandsHardships on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    To give it a stronger raspberry flavor, you could probably swirl in the
    raspberry instead of completely mixing it.

  9. MsDreamcakes on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    Oh…..my…..heavenly……days!!!! Not smart to watch you make these
    AMAZINGLY delicious looking treats when you’ve cut sugar from your
    diet!!!!! UGHHHHHH! lol =}

  10. CrankyPants on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    Very nice. Thank you, as always, for sharing this with us.

  11. Gina Gutierrez on January 11, 2017: (Reply)


  12. RedVelvetD0nut on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    How dare you??? You murdered an innocent Happy Cream Cheese! :'(

  13. wildheart5 on January 11, 2017: (Reply)

    These are very pretty! I bet the co-workers had them gone in a flash!

  14. Good Deed Doods on January 12, 2017: (Reply)

    You are like my second mother

  15. Lisa Dunham on January 12, 2017: (Reply)

    so here is an idea rather than boosting the raspberry flavor with
    artificial flavoring, crush freeze dried raspberries and sift the powder to
    remove the seeds. mix that in with the jam. it will be more tart, but would
    play well with the chocolate and cookie layers

  16. Jackie Howard on January 12, 2017: (Reply)


  17. Brenda Singer on January 12, 2017: (Reply)

    fun video! ☺will give this a try!

  18. HollyWolf Sam on January 12, 2017: (Reply)

    question, can you make something Hot Pink themed??

  19. gwinfamily on January 12, 2017: (Reply)

    Your camera just wanted to try a bite too! ?

  20. TronnorsZoobloo on January 23, 2017: (Reply)


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