Fudgy Fresh Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies

Just when I thought my guys couldn’t like anything better than the Fresh Raspberry Chocolate Chip Cookies I made recently — – – TWICE! – – – meet Fudgy Fresh Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies!

Get ready to rumble friends!

Not only are these super easy – they are TOO DIE FOR!

My guys were practically fighting over the last one.

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies before baked 1

The kids were all coming over Saturday evening to watch the “big fight” (Mayweather / Pacquioa).  I’ve never watched a fight in my life before Saturday, but I kinda got caught up into the hype as my guys talked about it.  So when Mom and Dad offered to pay the Pay Per View fee, our house was the place to be.  (Any excuse will do for me to have the kiddos here and have a chance to cook and visit with them!)

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies before baked 2

The weather was gorgeous this weekend, and I didn’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, but I certainly had to have some goodies just in case.  I had a box of Ghiradelli Triple Chocolate Brownie mix in the pantry (is there any other kind – chocolate brownies with chocolate chips in them and a packet of chocolate syrup to assure there is enough chocolate?!).  So I thought I would zip it up a bit (as if it isn’t zipped up enough – eh?)

But O.. M.. G….  throw in some fresh raspberries and a handful of white chocolate chips – and we are talking DESSERT HEAVEN!

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies in Pan

And just like when I bake cookies, I always slightly UNDERbake my brownies so they are ooey and gooey and fudgy wonderful!   This is barely a recipe, but I guarantee you will be a ROCK STAR if you make these for your family or take to a gathering.

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies

Fudgy Fresh Red Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies

1 Box Ghiradelli Triple Chocolate Brownie Mix (or YOUR favorite brownie mix)
1 pint fresh red raspberries
1/2 cup white chocolate chips

Prepare brownies according to package directions, but after you pour the batter into your pan and before you put them in the oven, press 16 whole ripe fresh red raspberries into the batter and then broken up pieces of the remainder of the berries intermittently throughout the batter.  Sprinkle the white chocolate chips on top.  Bake until just down.

Take these to your next picnic, make for your hubby/wife/partner if you want to buy a new outfit, living room furniture or a new car, or make for your boyfriend/girlfriend if you are waiting for a proposal! 🙂

Cheers & Hugs,

27 thoughts on “Fudgy Fresh Raspberry Chocolate Chip Brownies

  1. Yummm! They look and sound delicious! I have to laugh though because several years ago I made a chocolate cake and used rasberry jelly in the mix (don’t ask my how because I don’t remember), but I wanted something different. I invited my next door neighbor over to have a piece. She is from Mexico and when she ate the cake I could tell she didn’t like it but was too kind to say anything. Hahaha!

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  2. Just gained 5 pounds reading (and lusting over) this “recipe”… I want to be a rock star with my family too. But a thin one – hahahaha! Ok, let’s be honest. That’s just never gonna happen. Therefore, this is definitely going in the files for our next family “do”!! xx MH

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  6. The Chocolate Raspberry Brownies were delicious. We made them for my future daughter-in-law, and also for a party with friends. Big hit. I barely got a chance to try one.

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