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Chocolate Brownie Cake











 



This may be the recipe grannym IL requested in the 5/9 newsletter. It does not have marshmallows in it, as do most Mississippi Mud Bar/Cake recipes do, but I think you could
easily use marshmallow cream between the layers. I have not made this recipe. It was given to
me by a friend and I have seen it posted on various recipe sites.
Robbie IN

Ultimate Chocolate Brownie Cake

1 (2 layer size) chocolate cake mix or flavor of your choice
1 Family size brownie mix- usually baked in 9 X 13 pan
2 cans chocolate frosting or flavor of your choice
1 12 ounce package semi sweet chocolate chips- Can also use other flavor of chips or your
favorite chopped up candy bars.
1/2 cup toasted pecans - optional

Make the chocolate cake according to the package directions. Pour batter evenly into two lightly greased 8 inch round pans and bake at 350 degrees for 32-37 minutes. Cake is done when
toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pan for 10 minutes before transferring to a rack to cool completely.

Make the brownie mix according to the package directions. Pour entire brownie batter into one greased pan the exact size you used to bake the cake. Bake the brownie at 350 degrees for
25-27 minutes. Watch closely; do not over bake, but it should not be doughy in the center. Cool in pan for 15 minutes before transferring to a rack to completely cool. May need to use a
spatula to remove from pan in one piece. Can also line pan with greased foil and lift out of pan using edges of foil.

To Assemble
On serving plate or cake plate, place 1 baked cake layer. Frost top of cake with 1/3 of one of the cans of frosting. Sprinkle a handful of the chips and pecans on top. Carefully place the brownie layer on top of the frosted cake layer. Frost top of brownie layer with 1/3 of one of the containers of frosting, then sprinkle a handful of chips and pecans on top. Place the remaining cake layer on top of the brownie layer and frost with 1/3 of one container of frosting. Use the second can of frosting to cover sides and add to the top layer. Sprinkle remaining chips on top and gently press in to the sides of the assembled cake, making sure to evenly distribute.
Robbie IN

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