Serve these easy to make Chocolate and Dulce de Leche Brownies any time you want to impress your friends and family. They are so delicious people are going to want you to share this recipe with them.
These brownies should be outlawed. They are too rich and gooey. They are simple to make. Want to know the secret? A box of Betty Crocker Supreme Triple Chunk Brownie mix is the key.
How To Make Chocolate and Dulce de Leche Brownies
In addition to Betty Crocker Supreme Triple Chunk Brownie mix, to make these luscious brownies, you will need two more ingredients:
- Chocolate Sauce or syrup and
- Dulce de Leche (you can find this in the Latin section of most grocery stores or where condensed milk is sold) or caramel sauce.
To make it easy to get the brownies out, line your pan with aluminum foil and then lightly spray it with non-stick spray. Follow the directions on the box of brownie mix and spread the batter into your pan.
To get the beautiful swirls, drizzle three rows in one direction with the hot fudge sauce and then three rows perpendicular to that with Dulce de Leche. Now gently swirl them.
Now the brownies should be ready to bake. Just follow the directions on the back of the box for the baking time.
Chocolate Dulce de Leche Brownies
- 8" square baking dish
- 1 box Supreme Triple Chunk Brownie Mix
- ¼ cup water
- ⅓ cup vegetable oil
- 1 egg
- ⅓ cup chocolate syrup
- ⅓ cup caramel sauce
- Preheat oven to 350° Fahrenheit. Line an 8-inch square baking dish with aluminium foil. Lightly spray pan with non-stick spray.
- Prepare brownie mix according to directions on the box. Pour brownie mix into prepared pan.
- Drizzle chocolate syrup in three lines in one direction. Turn the baking pan and drizzle three lines of caramel sauce perpendicular to the chocolate lines. Take a spoon and lightly swirl the top of the brownies
- Bake the brownies for 35 – 38 minutes. Remove them from the oven and allow them to cool when finished baking.
What is Dulce de Leche?
Dulce de Leche – which literally translates as sweet of milk, originated in Latin America. Basically, it’s very similar to condensed sweetened milk and caramel sauce, but with a Latin flair. Dulce de leche is often used in cakes, on top of ice cream, in Rice Krispies treats, in cookies, and in brownies. It can also be used to top waffles or stirred into coffee to give it a rich, indulgent flavor.
Not able to have dairy? Then you should check out the recipe for Dairy-Free Caramel Chocolate Brownies by Kitchen Gone Rogue.
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