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Baileys Cheesecake Brownies

Ok, I’ve fallen off my “get healthy for the 3-peak-challenge” diet in quite spectacular style. Up until yesterday I had been quite restrained but seeing a picture of cheesecake brownies on Tastespotting tipped me over the edge. Plus Summer Holiday Boredom is hitting big style and I sometimes I just NEED to bake to kill time. Anything to avoid watching the horrors of Jeremy Kyle & Loose Women.

Given that one of my most requested cakes from co-workers is my Baileys Cheesecake (I have refined my presentation of this dessert since that photo was taken!) I felt obliged to have a go at making Baileys Cheesecake Brownies. Well, I do have a penchant for sneaking in the odd glug or two of Baileys into various baked items. Right up there on the unhealthiness stakes, but goodness do they taste good.

The brownie part isn’t exactly what I would call a brownie, but it is still a luscious, moist, rich and dense chocolate cake. The one minor criticism Hubby had to make about these was that I had used Baileys with a hint of coffee rather than plain Baileys as it’s all I had in the house. Um…he hates coffee. I’m not complaining though as it means more for me! Saying that he isn’t saying no when I offer him one with a cup of tea. Tonight we’re having them for pudding with a generous spoonful of Cherry Beer Ice Cream.

Baileys Cheesecake Brownies
Makes 16 small but undeniably rich brownies

Brownie mixture
110 g dark chocolate (min 70% cocoa)
110 g butter
120 g vanilla sugar (or caster sugar)
60 g plain flour
2 eggs
glug of Baileys

Cheesecake mixture
225 g cream cheese
40 g caster sugar
1 egg
another generous glug of Baileys

1) Preheat the oven to 150oc then Line a 23 cm/8 inch square cake tin with baking parchment. Melt the chocolate with the butter in a bain marie. Remove from the heat, add the sugar and stir then leave to cool slightly (if you don’t do this you may end up with scrambled egg brownies).

2) Beat the eggs one at a time into the brownie mixture, beating until it is glossy. Stir in the Baileys until well combined then gradually fold in the flour then pour into the cake tin .

3) For the cheesecake mixture beat the cream cheese and sugar together. Add the egg and mix then stir in the Baileys until all is well combined. Top the levelled brownie mixture with the cheesecake mixture and using a knife, gently swirl it into the chocolate mixture.

4) Bake for 25-35 minutes, or until just set in the middle. Leave to cool in the tin for 15-20 minutes before cutting into squares and serving.

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  3. Laura

    These are far too good for their own good! I am making them for the third time this weekend, as part of afternoon tea for my chamber choir, along with some fete fairy cakes (but with cupcake frosting), and some fruity oaty bars (soft flapjack-type bars with a layer of fresh raspberries an blueberries in the middle). Your blog is always a fresh source of inspiration Jules.

    1. Jules

      Glad you enjoy them. I haven’t made them for a while but have the perfect opportunity in a few weeks. Pleased to have inspired you.

  4. Jacqueline Wilson

    Hi is there any chance you could post this with US measurements ? Cups,Tsp ,Tbp ?? Thanks they look so good I really want to try them :0)

    1. Jules

      Hi,

      You can find most of the conversions for the recipe here http://www.deliaonline.com/home/conversion-tables.html

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