Dulce de Leche Brownies

Chocolate, marshmallow fluff and caramel, need I say more? These brownies are super yummy, and also super easy!. I saw the recipe for them in BHG but it looked overcomplicated. I’m all about simple and delicious. So, I decided to just wing it on my own!

 

Dulce de Leche Brownies

 

Ingredients:

1 package of FAMILY SIZE brownie mix (family size is important, you need mass brownies)

1 can of Dulce de Leche (about 15oz)

1 jar of Marshmallow Fluff

 

1.) Grease/butter a 13×9 Pyrex style dish or 13×9 baking pan. Line with parchment paper (Note: Wax paper is not the same as parchment paper. Wax paper burns and makes your baking smell like burned wax) Trust me, the parchment paper is the best idea of this whole recipe.

2.) Prep brownie mix as directed on box and pour into prepared and lined pan. Drop spoonfuls of marshmallow fluff around the brownies (Don’t worry about full coverage as you’ll fill in the empty spots with the Dulce de Leche)

3.) Empty the Dulce de Leche into a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 30 seconds or until smooth. Drop spoonfuls of Dulce de Leche in the empty spots. Take a sharp tipped knife or a long toothpick and swirl the marshmallow fluff and Dulce de Leche together.

4.) Bake at time and temperature directed on the brownie mix box and enjoy!

 

You should find that the parchment paper stops the marshmallow fluff and Dulche de Leche from becoming a nuisance stuck to the pan, and also saves you any clean up. Definitely use the store-bought jar of marshmallow fluff. I attempted to make my own with some leftover mini-marshmallows, corn syrup and milk and it turned out ok. If you’d like to use marshmallows you already have, I’d suggest just googling how to turn marshmallows into fluff as there are lots of different methods and you should find the one you are most comfortable with. I just kinda went for it and hoped for the best – and it turned out well!

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