Milky Way Double Fudge Brownies

With Halloween right around the corner next week, you can bet I’ll be snagging all my kids candies to make another batch of these. They were that good. Seriously.

Snickers would be a great substitution!

Or Rolos.

Or Mounds.

Or Almond Joy.

See. The possibilities….

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Milky Way Double Fudge Brownies

Ingredients

For the Brownie Layer:

  • 1 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened dark chocolate cocoa powder
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 11.5oz bag Milky Way Mini Candy bars, chopped

For the Mousse Layer:

  • 3/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 cup milk chocolate
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar

For the Topping:

  • 1 cup milk chocolate, melted

Instructions

  1. Prepare a 9inch spring form pan by spraying bottom only with Bakers Joy baking spray. Mix brownie ingredients together in medium sized bowl. Pour into bottom of pan. Top with chopped Milky Way candies. Set aside.
  2. In small saucepan, heat heavy cream on low heat until warm. Whisk in 1 cup milk chocolate until smooth. Remove from heat and set aside to cool for 10 minutes.
  3. In large bowl beat eggs with sugar until foamy. Add in cooled chocolate mixture and pour over candy bar layer.
  4. Bake in a 350 degree oven for one hour. Remove from oven and spread remaining cup of chocolate over top of brownies. Cool completely (one hour or more) and then remove from pan (you may need to run a knife around the edges). We enjoyed these cold, refrigerate overnight!

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Posted on October 25, 2012

Comments & Reviews

  1. Mine came out a hot mess. I baked them for an hour and the top was crispy and the inside was runny. I let it go another 10 min but nothing changed. So when i put the chips on the top, the crusty top caved in and the runny inside came out. So there are melted chips on the inside and crusty pieces all over the top. And there is a huge hoel in the middle of the brownies. The color is nothing like the pic either. Should have used semi sweet chips would have been dark. Any idea why the mousse part is a mess? I was so excited for these for Easter too 🙁 Thanks for any advice.

  2. Uhhh…don’t know if it was just me but after an hour at 350 these were burnt to a crisp. Extremely disappointed.

    1. I’m so sorry they didn’t turn out Brittany. I would suggest may checking your oven temperature. You can buy little oven thermometers for just several dollars. And double check that you used the right measurements too. I’ve made this numerous times, as have others with much success!!

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  4. I’m not if I’ll get many trick-or-treaters this year but I bought a bunch of candy. Now I know what to do if I have left overs! Those brownies look soooo good! The more chocolate, the better! 🙂

  5. Love the way these look but I have a dumb question. For the mousse and topping
    layer, when it says “milk chocolate” and “milk chocolate, melted”, does that mean bars, morsels….??

  6. I am a brownie fiend and for some reason I have never layered themvwith mousse! I love this idea! Perfect for chocolate lovers like myself 🙂
    Oh. And your new site is lovely! Are you liking WordPress yet? 😉

  7. Just realized that your posts arent coming up in my Reader since your migration. Re-subscribing but just LYK in case others may have the issue, too. Your new layout is gorgeous!! Who did it? Loving it!!

    These brownies look to die-for, Aimee! All the flavors and Milky Ways are a fave!

  8. Ohhhhh, love these decadent brownies!! They look even more irresistible since I’m in the midst of a “cleanse” discussion with my neighbor!!

  9. Ok, I’m totally taking my kids candies to make these!! Love how dark and rich these look. Clearly I’ll need to stock up on milk! Great brownies!

  10. Aimee, these brownies are like a dream come true right now. I don’t get any trick or treaters living in an apartment, but I have HUGE BAGS of halloween candy bars. I have mounds bars (one of my FAVORITES) and I am loving the idea of throwing them into a brownie. Or even a snickers. Maybe drizzle caramel on top of the whole pan! My mind is racing. I LOVE THESE!

  11. One other thing if you don’t mind me asking – did you design your site yourself? I am looking to refresh mine and yours is so crisp and clean looking! I like.

  12. My husband is going to love this! I am totally printing this recipe. I have got to get back to the gym this weekend to make room for sweet goodies. I feel like I need to loosen my belt just reading this.

  13. You’re my hero! These look fantastical. Can I have 6 for dinner?

    Also, thanks for the feature, love! Brownies sound goooooooood.

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