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Tasty toffee and fudge marry together in the perfect dessert combination with these delicious Toffee Brownies!
This recipe was created for Dixie Crystals by BigBear’sWife, post and words written are 100% mine as always.
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When I use to wait tables, I fell in love with a Toffee Fudge Brownie Sundae that we had on the menu. We had to make our own desserts for our guests where I worked and the brownie fudge sundae dessert seemed to be the most popular because I felt like I was making them every time I turned around.
Not only were these fudge brownie sundaes tasty but when I had to make them it also gave me the opportunity to scoop up a little ramekin of toffee bits to hid in my apron and snack on during my shift! Hey, sometimes you need a boost of energy from chocolate toffee bits when you’re waiting tables and handling customers all day!
These popular sundaes were made of warm brownies, vanilla ice cream, crushed chocolate toffee bars, chocolate syrup, caramel sauce, whipped cream with a cherry on top.
Now since I love to recreate some of my favorite recipes from when I worked at the restaurant these toffee brownies needed to end up on the blog because I just know that you’ll love them!
You’ll love these toffee brownies fresh from the oven but let me tell you something, they’re even BETTER if you use them to create you’re own Toffee Fudge Brownie Sundae!
So this is how I made the Toffee Brownie sundae at the restaurant:
- Heat two Toffee Brownies in a large bowl.
- Drizzle Chocolate syrup in a zigzag motion over the brownies from the right to the left.
- Drizzle Caramel syrup in a zigzag motion over the brownies from the top to the bottom.
- Add whipped cream and chocolate toffee bits.
- Top with a cherry!
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