These Raspberry Truffle Brownies have a rich brownie base with a dense, but creamy raspberry truffle topping and then finished off with a chocolate drizzle. They’re decadent and divine!
Summer is going way to fast my friends! That’s good and bad. Good because my son Taylor comes home from his mission a week from today (YAY!!!). Bad because it will be August 27th all too soon and I will have to say goodbye for two years to my son Braydon.
So my wish is that this next week goes really fast, and then once Taylor is home time will slow down immensely.
I think Taylor has missed all of my baking more than he has actually missed me so I’m sure I’ll be baking like a crazy lady, making all of his favorites next week. . . I can’t wait!
OK, LET’S TALK BROWNIES NOW!
If you love rich, decadent brownies, then these Raspberry Truffle Brownies are going to become your new BFF.
THESE ARE NO ORDINARY BROWNIES!
They’re rich, decadent and absolutely fabulous! The brownie is fudgy and chewy and the truffle layer is smooth, luscious and kind of just melts in your mouth. These brownies are what dreams are made of, at least my dreams anyway.
CAN I USE OTHER FLAVORS OF JAM?
I haven’t tried using other flavors of jam, but I don’t see any reason why you couldn’t. Raspberry anything is always my favorite, but I’m sure using strawberry or orange jam would be delicious! If you try other flavors let me know and if I do I’ll report back.
CAN I USE MY OWN BROWNIE RECIPE?
If you have a favorite brownie recipe then certainly go ahead and use it. Just remember this recipe is for brownies made in a 9×9-inch pan, so if you use your own recipe and they’re made in a 9×13-inch pan, you’ll want to double the raspberry truffle layer.
I like to top these with a fresh raspberry on top, but it’s not necessary.
These brownies are perfect for summer BBQs, family parties, potlucks or any other reason you can find to make them. You’ll be the talk of any party if you bring a pan of these beauties. I took these several weeks ago to a get together with some friends and they all LOVED them!Print
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from Taste of Home Bakeshop Favorites Cookbook