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If you’re anything like me, you love a good brownie recipe.
This brownie recipe is extra-special because it includes cream cheese, peanut butter, and toffee. Now, is there really any flavor combination that is better than that?
Nope, not really. These little treats are like the kings of the brownie world. There is everything we all love included in this recipe. I made these once for my son’s school class during a fall party and all of the children loved them.
It was definitely a huge hit! If you were to make these brownies, would you keep them for yourself or share them with friends? I have made a double batch of these luscious little things before because I know how fast they tend to go.
You can make a larger batch than what is described below but I do not recommend freezing them as the cream cheese tends to do weird things when frozen.
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Quick Tip: Serve these brownies with ice cream. Yum!