My Hubby loves these. If you like chocolate and cherries you will too. Everyone that ate them liked them. So I thought I would share the recipe with everyone. They turn out very pretty, you swirl a cream cheese batter into the brownie mix to make a marbled effect, before adding the cherries. This recipe was from Luckey Leaf Pie Fillings .
1Pre- Heat Oven to 350 - Spray a 9x13 pan with cooking spray set aside - In a Large bowl , place the brownie mix, eggs, oil and water for the brownies, mix up by directions on box. when mixed , pour brownie batter in the pan and set aside.
2In another Large Bowl , place the softened cream cheese and butter, beat untill fluffy, add the sugar and beat in the 2 eggs, flour and vanilla. this is your cream cheese swirl batter. - Drop batter by spoonfuls over the top of the brownie batter , then take a case knife and starting at one end and going all the way to the other and side to side make swirls with all the cream cheese batter untill all of both mixtures are well marbled togeather. if you don't marble them ,the cream cheese mixture will all be on top, some of it is supposed to be on top but not all of it .
3Spoon the pie filling over the top . If you use 1 can it won't cover the entire top, so I use 2 cans, I also swirled the pie filling around , just a little . Bake for 50 to 60 minutes, or untill a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean . Let cool before serving . This will not be a really thick Brownie made in the 9x13 pan , I have only made it in the 9x13 pan.
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