If you’re looking for a list of easy, delicious brownie recipes, then you’ve come to the right place! I have the best brownie mix out there, and it’s here to stay!
Ghirardelli Brownie Mix is a certified healthy choice for baked goods.
It’s made from 100% certified fair trade cocoa beans.
It’s packed with ingredients like sugar-free brown sugar, oats, and almonds.
While it does have some dairy specs, I don’t think you have to worry about that with the chocolate flavor.
If you don’t have any on hand, then these brownie mix cookies are a guaranteed winner.
But if you already have some on hand, then give these other recipes a try as well.
1. Ghirardelli Brownie Mix Cookies
These cookies are made with white chocolate chips, which gives them a milder flavor than the chocolate chips in most brownies.
They’re also made with half-and-half for a slightly more lighter texture.
Finally, they get a bit of sweetened condensed milk and brown sugar for added sweetness.
So if you want something sweet but not overwhelmingly so, try these!
2. Ghirardelli Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies
Here’s another classic brownie recipe that’ll help you out with a late-night craving.
For this recipe, you won’t have to worry about making the most from your brownies.
Try to enjoy them as soon as possible after they cool down and you can devour them with a spoon.
The ganache is optional but recommended for this recipe.
It makes these so irresistible!
3. Ghirardelli Award Winning Brownies
As much as I love chocolate, I’m not the biggest fan of fudge.
So, when you add brownies to the mix and make them extra decadent, I’ll take them!
These brownies are great because they take a little bit of time to make but also have a lot of flavor.
They’re rich in flavor and come together very easily.
If you want some chocolatey goodness with your morning coffee, these brownies are perfect for you.
Give me that beautiful fudge texture!
4. Cheesecake-Swirled Ghirardelli Brownies
These brownies have a pretty, almost floral flavor.
The brownie mix is infused with chocolate chips and topped with cream cheese frosting, giving it a lovely cheesecake flavor.
However, when you take the top off and go nuts over them, they’ll more closely resemble a cheesecake instead of brownies.
That said, they will still be unbelievably delicious if you prefer them to be like that!
If you prefer them to be more like brownies, though, I agree that it’s just as impressive as some people might think.
5. Cupcakes From Ghirardelli Brownie Mix Recipes
These cupcakes are literally one of the best things you’ll ever put in your mouth.
The chocolate brownie mix is rich, sweet, and absolutely out of this world.
It has that great chocolatey flavor with a super moist texture.
The vanilla frosting is just so perfect on top!
6. Triple Chocolate Ghirardelli Brownie Cookies
These chocolate cookie bars are so rich and decadent, they’re practically sinful.
However, these cookies are also gluten-free and dairy-free, so you can enjoy them even if you’re on the Paleo diet.
The brownies are infused with cinnamon and nutmeg for a warm, toasty flavor.
Then top them with a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream.
If that wasn’t decadent enough, they’ve got one more ingredient in the mix: chocolate chips!
7. Costco Ghirardelli Brownie Mix Recipe
Top your next Costco treat with this brownie mix.
You’ll want to make an extra batch just in case you get your hands on a jar of this amazing chocolate!
This mix is super easy to make.
Just throw all the ingredients into a mixing bowl and stir until fully incorporated.
The result is a moist, fudgy brownie that will blow your mind.
It may be made with Ghirardelli, but it’s still unbelievably delectable.
Not only that, but all these ingredients are guaranteed to last at least a month!
8. Ghirardelli Peanut Butter Brownie Overloads – Aunt Bee’s Recipes
This recipe is so good, you might not even need a brownie to enjoy it.
It also has such a delectable peanut butter flavor, and you’ll add chocolate chips into the mix for even more decadence.
There are no rules when it comes to recipes like this.
You can use any kind of brownie, though I think these would taste amazing with Oreos!
9. Nutella Swirl Brownies
I’ve never been a fan of brownies, but when Nutella is involved, I’m all in.
With this recipe, you can make brownies with Nutella for the first time and then share them with everyone at your next party (or at home without anyone noticing).
10. Triple Chocolate Brownies With Buttercream Frosting (Ghirardelli Copycat Recipe)
I’m a firm believer of creating healthy desserts.
And this recipe is proof that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor for health.
All you need are real chocolate, eggs, flour, and butter.
It’s a triple threat that will give you some serious sugar cravings.
So get your copycat in the oven now!
11. Ghirardelli Ombre Brownie Cake
Here’s another ombre brownie recipe that’ll make you look like a pro.
It uses a simple mix of chocolate and caramel ingredients to create an intense and rich flavor.
This is the perfect dessert for your next holiday gathering.
It’s easy to serve up and looks great, too!
12. Boxed Brownie Mix Cookies with White Chocolate, Cherries and Pistachios Chenée Today
Chenée today is a fun twist on classic brownie mix!
They’re super easy to make, and they come together in just 15 minutes.
They’re sweet, dense, and full of flavor.
There are chunks of white chocolate and cherries in every bite.
The pistachios add a little crunch for an extra dose of zest.
And don’t let the name fool you – these are not overly fudgy or dry!
Instead, you get a taste of everything really well balanced with the perfect amount of chewiness.
13. Chocolate Orange Brownie Bites
These chocolate orange brownie bites are a fun twist on the classic dessert.
The combination of fudgy brownies, sweet and tangy candy oranges, and sticky chocolatey glaze is luscious.
They’re easy to make, too – just mix all the ingredients together and bake them in a muffin tin until they’re golden brown.
You can serve them as an appetizer or a dessert on its own.
Either way, they’ll be a hit!
14. Ultra Dark Chocolate Brownies
These chocolate brownies are the perfect mid-day snack.
They’re thick and fudgy, with a wonderfully moist texture.
Plus, the dark chocolate sauce is just as decadent as any other chocolate dessert.
Top them with extra ganache for dipping or whip cream for an indulgent finish.
15. Ghirardelli One-Bowl Flourless Brownies
If you’re craving something more decadent than chocolate chip cookies, try these 29-minute flourless brownies.
They’re fudgy and full of chocolatey goodness.
And they’re a cinch to make!
All you need is one bowl, the recipe, and about 25 minutes.
And if you have the patience for them.
Or maybe you just want a quick dessert to take to a potluck or get-together.
16. Bowl Flourless Brownies
You can’t go wrong with brownies.
They’re chocolatey, fudgy, and decadent.
But when you make them from scratch, you get a more natural texture and a deeper flavor.
Plus, it’s so much easier!
This recipe uses brown sugar for the perfect balance of sweet and tart.
I also like to add a dash of cinnamon for added flavor.
Best of all, these are super easy to make and take only 20 minutes to whip up.
17. Chocolate Nutella & Peanut Butter Cup Brownies
I swear I could eat these brownies by the handful.
The chocolate and peanut butter combination is so addictive.
Adding in the cream cheese and peanut butter makes them even better than they already are.
If you want to make a batch at home, try out this recipe and see how long you can hold out!
18. Peppermint Crunch Buttercream Marshmallow Brownies
So, I was skeptical when I saw this on the list.
After all, it’s just brownies with some candy in between!
Good thing this recipe is so easy to modify.
You can use other flavors like mint and nut butter or even chocolate-covered pretzels.
Adding a layer of graham cracker crumbs makes these incredibly chewy and extra crunchy.
And once you melt those marshmallows and add the granulated sugar, it’s all but impossible to stop at one.
19. Back Of The Bag Ghirardelli Brownies
Let’s talk brownies.
They may be the most famous of chocolate desserts, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be as delicious as their brownie cousins.
With only four ingredients, you can have these babies on the table in just 35 minutes.
They taste like a cross between fudgy brownies and cake batter, and they’re insanely rich.
They make a fantastic dessert or even a light breakfast on the go if you need something sweet to start your day off right.
20. Fudgy, Delicious Rolo Brownies
You’re probably thinking, “What on earth is a Rolo ?”
It’s a candy that looks like a little sugar ball and has the same flavor as its name.
Of course, it tastes better if you melt it first, but they also sell this in stores as chocolate-covered Rolos.
I love them when I want something sweet but don’t want to go overboard.
These brownies are super chewy and fudgy.
And you can easily substitute some of your favorite dark chocolate chips for cocoa powder for an added chocolatey kick.
They make great individual brownies or serve with your favorite ice cream.
21. Ghirardelli Brownies From Scratch
If you’re looking for the perfect chocolate dessert, look no further.
Ghirardelli brownies are made with simple ingredients and require no special tools.
Simply melt dark chocolate, butter, salt, and vanilla in a pot over medium heat.
Then stir until smooth.
It’s so easy!
Top this delicious treat with whipped cream or ice cream for added texture and flavor.
22. Copycat Ghirardelli Brownies
Ghirardelli brownies are legendary.
They come in a variety of flavors, and no one can match their rich chocolatey taste.
But when you try them at home, you’ll find they’re just as good!
My favorite is the dark chocolate recipe that calls for Hershey’s cocoa powder.
It gives it such a nice flavor that I love.
This recipe includes white chocolate chips to make them richer and creamier.
But if you want a more simple chocolate dessert, try adding some powdered sugar.
23. Lemon Kissed Brownie Bites
These are the perfect little bites if you want something sweet but not too overwhelming.
The brownie batter is soaked with a lemon glaze and baked until it becomes a golden brown topping.
They’re simple, tart, and just a few ingredients away from being ready to eat in minutes!
24. White Chocolate-Raspberry Swirl Brownies
These white chocolate-raspberry swirl brownies are ridiculously decadent.
They’re sweet, fudgy, and oh-so-moisturizing.
They’re also the perfect canvas for the contrasting colors of blueberries and raspberry jam.
Just be careful not to overmix when you add the cookie dough because that will make them soggy.
25. Peppermint Bark Brownies
Imagine a brownie that’s made with macadamia nuts and butterscotch chips!
It’s the perfect combination of sweet and crunchy, and you can make them just about any way you like.
They’re fudgy, moist, tender, chewy, and even chocolatey if you want.
Top them or use them as is – they taste good either way.
Bowl Flourless Brownies
- 1 ⅓ cups blanched almond flour
- ⅔ cup brown rice flour
- 2 cups Ghirardelli
- 12 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 ½ cups granulated sugar
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 4 large eggs
- 2 cups walnut
- Using a rack in the bottom-third of the oven, preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Use parchment paper to line the bottom and two opposing edges of an 8-inch metal baking pan.
- Rice flour and almond flour are combined in a bowl; set aside.
- In the top of a big double boiler set over just simmering water, combine the chocolate, butter, and salt. As soon as the chocolate has melted and the mixture is smooth, stir it constantly. Take out the bowl, then let it to cool for five minutes. Add the vanilla and sugar and stir. Adding each egg one at a time, stir. After adding and stirring the almond and rice flour combination until it is moistened, quickly mix for about 40 strokes. If using, stir in the walnuts or pecans.
- The batter should be equally distributed after being scraped into the pan. A toothpick put into the center of the brownies should come out moist but clean after 20 to 25 minutes of baking, when they are somewhat puffy all over. The pan should cool for at least 30 minutes on a rack. To release the brownies from the pan, run a knife down the sides that were not lined. To remove the brownies, lift the parchment paper’s edges. Square them up.
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