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Cream Cheese Brownie Bites

Happy Pink Saturday!!
These bites are really more like cookies.  They are so good!! I tried to eat just one, but I caved and ate a few!!  The combination of cream cheese and brownie.....yum!! If you need some thing quick, easy and delicious this is the recipe for you!! 
(Notice how I added a little pink!!)
Cream Cheese Brownie Bites
1 (8 oz.) brick of cream cheese
1/2 cup butter, softened
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 box brownie mix
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Cream the cream cheese and butter together. Beat in the egg and add the vanilla. Add the brownie mix and beat until thoroughly mixed.  Drop by tablespoons (cookie scoop) on a greased cookie sheet.  Bake for 10-12 minutes.  You want them set up but still soft.  You can roll them in powdered sugar if desired. 
Now go check out all the fun things PINK over at PINK SATURDAY!!
One of the blogs you have to check out is Beansies Babbles. She is incredibly talented.  Make sure to check out her crochet cat and recycled dryer sheet roses.  AMAZING and BRILLANT!!
Have a wonderful PINK SATURDAY and great weekend!
~Tiffanee

Comments

  1. Hi Tiffanee.. My gosh, I'm blushing.. This is so nice of you to say, and I thank you very much! Well, you KNOW I love my sweets, and chocolate just makes these little morsels even MORE irresistible!! I'll have to give them a try! Oh!.. And LOVE that very pretty plate they set upon too! Happy Pink Saturday, and have a great weekend! ~tina

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  2. Did someone say chocolate?! :D It looks delish!

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  3. I so needed this recipe last night! These look fabulous! I'm thinking Sunday dessert?

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  4. Yum! Cream cheese and brownies are such a great combo! Happy Pink Saturday.

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  5. Happy Pink Saturday Tiffanee! Those cookies look delicious!

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  6. These little treats sound and look like a WINNER!!! This is a must try in my book. I LOVE!!! chocolate and I just bought some Blue Bell Ice Cream these would go GREAT!!! together.
    Geri

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  7. What a wonderful combination cream cheese in brownies, they are very tempting - ideal for tea time :)

    Have a nice weekend!

    Gera

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  9. I definitely plan to make your Cream Cheese Brownie Bites ... thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  10. Sounds great. I am going to have to try these .

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  11. I am definitely going to make some of these Cream Cheese Brownie Bites. Looks like a great recipe. Stop by my blog today to receive your Super Comments award ... http://jayayceeblog.blogspot.com.

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