12 comments on “Marvelous Marbled Chocolate Cheesecake Brownies

  1. I generally don’t like cheesecake, but this looks really delicious. They sell 20 pound bags of chocolate chips at Costco? Do they sell butter in bulk? If so, I may need to take more than a recipe away from reading your blog. Thanks for sharing.

  2. To be precise, they sell 19 lb bags of chocolate chips at Costco. And yes, they sell virtually everything from jelly beans to butter to meat to bread in bulk. We love it there. Even before we moved to bush Alaska, when we were in California we had a Costco membership and bought many of our staples there. For example, we would buy pork chops there in bulk, repackage them in smaller portions and freeze them when we got home. In Alaska, we buy a year’s worth of groceries in one day – everything from honey to frozen berries to cereal. There is a membership fee for Costco, but we spend enough there to receive back a small rebate at the end of the year. The employees are helpful and the quality of Costco products is, in our opinion, superior to other, similar stores. They also sell many other items: cameras, books, magazines, paper, lamps, chairs, cookware, plates, computers, TVs, gardening products and even various kinds of plants and flowers. And eye glasses & contacts.

  3. I think I’d have to shop for a new wardrobe to squeeze the excess baggage into, if I too many of those delectable little devils sitting around. Chocolate and cheesecake … two of my greatest weaknesses in the goodies department. Those do look good!

  4. Those brownies look seriously mouthwatering!
    I don’t know how you can shop for the entire year in one day! We’ve done shopping for several months at a time (living in the bush, Africa-style), but invariably the heat and bugs do their damage and much of it isn’t worth using by the end of month two! – So, I’m seriously impressed 🙂

  5. Hi, I made these brownies for my annual hanami boat trip last weekend – they were a great success! Indeed at the end of the day the leftover brownies disappeared in very obscure circumstances…thank you so much for the recipe.

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