I could not find the brownie mix that the recipe called for so I substituted a regular brownie mix. I baked it for 40 minutes in a stoneware pie pan. It was puffed in the center, but when I served it I found out it had not set in the center or the bottom layer. It was still very good, if you don't mind brownie batter. Next time I might try a different pan or bake it the full 50 minutes. It might also be better if you use the directions on the brownie mix box instead of the ones in this recipe if you are using a mix different than the one it calls for.
This is a great way to elevate brownies from a snack to a decadent dessert. I made 2 batches (just cause the pie crust I bought had 2 deep dish shells). I just used a regular brownie mix, and poured hot fudge ice cream topping over the finished dessert. In one of the batches, I mixed peanut butter chips in with the brownie mix, and a little peanut butter in with the cream cheese. In the other batch, I put half a can of cherry pie filling over the cream cheese before adding the rest of the batter. I make lots of different kinds of brownies, both from scratch and from mixes, but I got more raves on these than any I can remember in a long time! Thanks Ocean-Ivy!!!
Think this should be called.."Killer" cream chesse fudge brownie pie..because it is just that good..will make this again and again..Thanks
This was great! It was easy to make and it tasted like a dessert that you would buy after dinner at a restaurant. Very rich and yummy!
This Was So Tasty!!! I definately will be making this one again. Thanks so much for posting your recipe it was just wonderful :)
This is the Best! My husband loves this so much, he is willing to make it on his own to share with his co-workers. Everyone should try this.
Awsome! My family loved this pie,it was very simple to make and the results were amazing! I am sure we will be making it for years to come! It was great warm from the oven with vanilla ice cream! Shannon