~’Get a Room’ Brownies!

I know that it’s Valentine’s week, the time of year when everyone’s proclaiming their love & affection!!  And believe me, I totally luv love!  But somethings in life just need to be enjoyed in the privacy of your own room, behind closed doors, as to not cause all of society to gag! ;)

Here are some helpful examples:

Baby talk with your sweetie..ROOM! 

Calling someone your Pooky-Wooky Shnookumz..ROOM! 

Kissing for more than 5 seconds..ROOM! 

Eating a super moist, sticky, giant, red velvet brownie covered in cherries..ROOM!  :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yep, food & desserts can fall into that category, and these brownies are the perfect example.  And they’re not alone, BBQ ribs need a room too..Yes, ribs!!  No matter what your level of manners are, or how carefully you tear the meat from the bone, no one wants to see it..lol!  :)

It’s not necessarily a bad thing.  Some foods can’t be fully enjoyed unless you allow the mess to happen.  Leave that chocolate mustache alone, dribble on your shirt, rock those crumbs in your hair!  Just close that door so we don’t have to see it, and enjoy yourself.  Make sure your Valentine is in that room with you though, messy food is meant to be shared with that special someone! :)

This brownie is more than just delicious, it’s an experience! I’ve never had anything so rich, so thick & moist, almost chewy!  And omg, the combination of the Red Velvet cake & the brownies, covered in sweet and gooey cherries..ahh, NO words!! 

Go make a batch..close the blinds and  get messy together! Just please don’t go to work the next day and tell us all about it, okay? ..thanks!  ;)

 

What you’ll need:

A room

A sweetie

A box of Brownie Mix

A box of Red Velvet Cake Mix

1 can of Cherry Pie Filling

A loaf pan

 

Directions:

Prepare both batters in separate bowls according to their box instructions

Pour enough of the cherry pie filling in the loaf pan to evenly cover the bottom

 

 

 

 

 

Add a layer of the brownie batter to cover the cherries

Top that with a layer of the Red Velvet batter

 

 

And then top that again with the brownie batter  (you may have some batter leftover, depending on the size of your loaf pan)

Bake that for about 30-40 minutes, or until it’s firm all the way through..it takes longer than usual because of the depth of the loaf pan! 

The top will be beautifully marbled with a Red Velvet/Brownie crust.

 

 

Let it cool slightly and then turn it out onto your platter, slice it up and gaze at it!

Grab your Valentine, find a room, close your blinds..and dig in!!  It will make your night deliciously unforgettable for sure!  ~Enjoy! :)

12 Comments

  1. Ooo..whipped cream!! The door to that room better have a lock on it..hahaha! ;)

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  2. WOW! This sounds incredible! I love the layering and I can only imagine what red velvet & brownies taste like together…yummmm. Drooling over here!

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  3. Okay, that looks like the moistest most delicious batch of ‘brownies’ that I have ever seen. These would be perfect for Valentine’s Day!

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  4. Get a room indeed! These are insane and should definitely be eaten in private!

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  5. This made me laugh out loud! What a great post! I am going to get a room so I can snarf some of these down, for sure!

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  6. These look absolutely delicious! My sweetie would definitely love these!

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  7. @Maggie..I will be stealing “snarf”!! I’ll give you credit..LOL!! ;)

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  8. These brownies look super decadent. They look so moist and yummy! Great Valentine’s Day treat.

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  9. These look to DIE for delicious. And I love the name, seriously made me laugh out loud!

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  10. what temperature????

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    • 350 degrees! :)

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