By Cindy Lynn on February 13, 2003
"This is an oven version of ChrissyO's Crockpot Hot Fudge Sundae Cake that I've been doing for years. I got it from my 1976 Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook. A cake-like brownie will form on the top and a pudding-like sauce will form underneath. Just cut into desired number of servings and turn up-side down into a bowl or onto a saucer and spoon some of the remaining sauce over. This is nice served alone or with vanilla or butterbrickle ice cream on the side. Baking time is approximate, but check for brownie to test clean on toothpick."
Serving Size: 1 (138 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I really liked this quick & easy dessert! This got better to me after it sat a day or two(yes, it actually lasted that long as my hubby is not a big sweet eater!) the sauce thickened almost like a hot fudge consistency,really satisfies a craving for an ooey gooey brownie! Awesome on it's own or with whipped cream or ice cream! Will definitely make this again sometime."
"I thought I posted a review on this ages ago. this recipe is great....satisfy your chocolate craving for sure. The sauce is to die for. Followed the recipe as written, and didn't think it needed any changed when I do it the next time, which will be soon."
"wow! ooey gooey chocolatey, wonderful dessert! and it was so quick and easy to prepare. the sauce underneath is so incredible, this didn't even need whipped or ice cream. the sauce does thicken upon sitting, i hid it so it would last more than 1 day and ,if it's possible, it was better the second time around. thanks so much for this recipe."
"Easy to prepare and very, very good. The aroma of chocolate while baking is incredible."
"Thank you Cindy Lynn for posting this recipe. It was lovely hot,it was lovely cold but it was best with ice cream as a sundae, topped with chocolate sauce and a dollop of whip cream voila...supreme decadence. We also found that it tasted best on the third day."
"I'll have to give this recipe a mixed review. The plus points: 1)It is a very handy dessert to make. How many times have you gone to bake something and discovered that you were out of eggs? If you don't have any walnuts on hand, you could just leave them out but everything else is probably already in your pantry. 2) This has to be the most active thing I've ever stuck in my oven, really pretty darn entertaining and I imagine children would get a kick out of baking it ! 3) The fudge sauce that it makes is yummy. The negative, however is that the brownie portion was good, but not luscious. It tasted kind of like watered-down chocolate to me. My husband's comment was that he likes my regular brownie recipe much better, and lets face it, when you are taking the time to bake something, you want it to be outstanding."