Thursday, September 30, 2010

Raspberry cheesecake brownies


Swirling together cheesecake and traditional brownie batters makes these treats gooey, fudgy, creamy, rich, chocolaty and gorgeous to look at. Adding raspberries to the cheesecake creates an additional heavenly taste, which any dessert lover will adore. This fruity twist on the traditional treat is absolutely exquisite.

Brownies and cheesecake, two classic American rolled into one. Those raspberry cheesecake brownies are amazingly rich. They have a wonderful combination of flavors and textures, the intense chocolate of brownie and the creaminess of cheesecake, topped with the juicy taste of raspberries.

I’ve already made the cheesecake brownies and I was totally satisfied, this time I wanted to try kayotic kitchen’s recipe, I loved the addition of raspberries as they go very well with both chocolate and cheesecake. And indeed, they added a touch of sweetness and freshness to the dessert, as well as a lovely color.

It’s time to say goodbye to summer and welcome the fall. With this dessert, you will add a touch of summer for the coming cold days!


Ingredients:
1 cup flour, sifted
2 cups sugar, divided
7 oz (200g) butter, cut into pieces
7 oz (200g) dark chocolate, chopped
5 oz (150g) raspberries, fresh or frozen
14 oz (400g) cream cheese, room temperature
1 tsp vanilla extract
5 eggs, room temperature

For the brownie batter:
Preheat oven to 350ºF (180ºC). Butter a 8″x 12″ (20 x 30) baking tray. Line with baking paper.

Beat the softened butter with 1 cup of sugar until slightly fluffy. Add 3 eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition.

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water. Let cool slightly. Stir into the butter and sugar mixture. Add the sieved flour and carefully fold it in.

For the cheesecake batter:
Put the cream cheese in the bowl of your stand mixer. Add the 2 remaining eggs, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 tsp vanilla extract. Beat until it’s a smooth, creamy mixture.

Putting it all together:
Spread 2/3 of the chocolate mix on the bottom of your baking tray. Pour the cream cheese on top and spread it out evenly. Now drop little pieces of chocolate mix on top of the cream cheese. Lightly work it in with a fork—like you’re marbling a cake. Push the raspberries into the cream cheese.

Bake at 350°F (180ºC) for 40 to 45 minutes or until the cake feels set when gently touched in the center. Let the brownies cool off completely, preferably overnight, before cutting them in squares.



Brownie cheesecake aux framboises

Ingrédients:
110 g de farine, tamisée
400 g de sucre
200 g de beurre coupé en morceaux
200 g de chocolat, coupé en morceaux
150 g de framboises, fraiches ou surgelées
400 g de fromage frais nature (type carré frais)
1 càc d'extrait de vanille
5 œufs, à température ambiante

Pour le brownie:  
Préchauffer le four à 180°C. Tapisser un moule 20 cm x 30 cm de papier sulfurisé.
Battre le beurre ramolli avec 200 g de sucre jusqu'à obtention d'un mélange crémeux. Ajouter 3 oeufs un par un en battant après chaque addition.
Faire fondre le chocolat au bain marie et la laisser tiédir. Ajoutez le au mélange beurre-sucre. Ajoutez la farine tamisée. Mélangez. 

Pour le cheesecake:  
Mélanger énergiquement le fromage frais avec la vanille, le sucre restant (200g) et les 2 oeufs restants. 

Assemblage: 
Etaler les 3/4 de la préparation au chocolat dans le moule. Versez la préparation cheesecake au dessus. Déposez des cuillerées de la préparation chocolat sur le cheesecake et avec une fourchette faites un effet marbé. Répartissez les framboises dans le gâteau. 

Enfourner pour 40 min. Laisser refroidir et mettre au frais au moins 12h. Découper en carrés.

Adapted from: Kayotic kitchen

24 comments:

  1. These look awesome! Wonderful photos!

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  2. What great cheesecake brownies! I love that stuff so much...

    Bises,

    Rosa

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  3. WOW that looks really yummy and tasty :)

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  4. Brownies et cheesecake à la fois, miam!!
    Avec les framboises en plus un délice!

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  5. Gorgeous photos! This is my idea of the perfect dessert.

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  6. OMG! a great combination of two of my favourite desserts! They must taste heavenly!

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  7. Chico, I love the swirl of colours and berries & chocolate are a favoured combo.

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  8. Looks like the perfect combination of sweet, tart, and savory!

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  9. Beautiful combination of flavour, taste and colours. I really like it! Thanks very much for sharing.

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  10. Je l'adore!

    I could eat about 20 at this moment.

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  11. Wonderful! with these, i will get my allotment of dairy, fruit and my chocolate!

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  12. Cherine, what a gorgeous (and devilish) recipe. Who can resist brownies--certainly not me. The cream cheese and raspberries just take them to another level! Have a great day!

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  13. Wow...combining brownies and cheesecake is genius! These look incredible. Great dessert!

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  14. I really need to try my hand at making cheesecake brownies - I keep seeing recipes for them everywhere!

    Problem is, I tried this recipe that said to bake the cheesecake layer on top of the brownie layer - no swirling - tried it twice but it didn't turn out right either time. Will have to pluck up the courage to try again.

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  15. These look fantastic! I love raspberries and cheesecake, so these would be perfect. It's definitely fall here now, so I'll make these and dream of spring...
    :)

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  16. My husband loves loves loves raspberry cheesecake, I have to give these a shot :)
    Great photos!

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  17. Wow, this looks and sounds so good. Great photo!

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  18. Oh my goodness....my sweet tooth is aching! Those look fantastic and decadent and just darn delicious!

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  19. Holy moly, that looks too good to be true! Rasperries and cheesecake and brownies all together, now THAT is something I have to try :)

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  20. These look terrific with raspberries!!!

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  21. Framboise is my favorite fruit to be paired with chocolate so I will definitely try this recipe! They look exquisite!

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  22. Que de merveilles et j'aime tes photos!

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