Brownie Batter Bark

So this is the final recipe in Brownie Batter week.
Besides being Brownie Batter week, it’s also been no-bake week, because really baking is batter’s mortal enemy.

And in most parts of the country it’s like 2000 degrees outside, so turning on the oven and baking a load of treats apparently doesn’t sound good to everyone.

Also, just to let you know, since I did lots of taste testing this week..brownie batter treats don’t make themselves, people…I have started a cleanse.

It’s sorta not fun, but not entirely bad. Make sense?  You can find the details here.

I’m not really a cleanse girl, but I try and do one a year or so, just to help me reset.


Anyway, let’s not talk cleanses or health or any of that nonsense right now.

We’re finishing up Brownie Batter week and today it’s on.

Like Pac -Man.




Brownie Batter Bark needs to be part of your life.

It is the perfect treat, snack, meal or ice cream garnish going.

Says me, that’s who.
Photobucket All you do is melt some white chocolate and spread it on a lined baking sheet…
PhotobucketThen make some brownie batter…just butter and dry mix…
PhotobucketSpread that on the set up white chocolate…
PhotobucketThen chill that.
Melt some semi-sweet chocolate and spread that on top of the batter, spreading over the edge of the batter, to “seal” it.
PhotobucketAnd sprinkle with mini chips. Because it looks cute.
PhotobucketPop it in the fridge until everything is set and break into pieces.
Done and done.


Now.  Brownie Batter week is still in effect over at Confessions of a Cookbook Queen too…Check out these amazing Brownie Batter Truffles.



Brownie Batter Bark


  • 8 oz white chocolate
  • 6 Tbsp butter, room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups dry brownie mix
  • 5 oz semi sweet chocolate
  • mini chocolate chips to garnish


  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Cream together your butter and dry brownie mix until combined and smooth.
  3. Melt white chocolate in double boiler.
  4. Spread white chocolate on parchment paper in approximately a 9″x9″ square. It doesn’t have to be exact.
  5. Place in refrigerator for 10 minutes until white chocolate is set.
  6. Remove from fridge and spread brownie batter mix on top, almost to edge.
  7. Place back in the fridge for another 10-15 minutes.
  8. Meanwhile, melt semi-sweet chocolate in double boiler.
  9. When Brownie Batter is chilled, spread melted semi-sweet chocolate on top.
  10. Garnish immediately with mini chocolate chips, if desired.
  11. Chill for another 10-15 minutes until set.
  12. Break into pieces to serve.
  13. Serve chilled.


Store in refrigerator, in an airtight container for up to a week.


60 Responses

  1. oh sheesh…I shouldn’t be looking at stuff this yummy looking this late at night! That is like brownie crack for sure!!! I have just loved all your brownie batter treats though:-) You even inspired me to make one too!!! Now about that cleanse…I’m thinking I need to do one too:-)

  2. M. Vivian

    That’s a serious looking cleanse! Which one are you trying? Excavation sounds scary… invasive. Any thoughts on the flavors??

  3. These look amazing! I can’t wait to try them. It will be awhile because I’m giving up white flour and sugar for 10 days while my husband does HIS juice cleanse. I figure if he can give up food, I can give up a few food items. Such a boring life for a baker – sigh. Best wishes to you for the next few days!

  4. I love you guys. How about a brownie batter month? That would be a good month. I would love to make this bark, but I couldn’t use white chocolate. Otherwise, great!

  5. You’re killing me, smalls. OMG
    I really love that you take one thing and go all over the place with it. We’re like that in real life, too. We get zucchini and find ways to make it, we get corn and figure ways to make leftovers appealing. I think that’s cool.

  6. Georgia

    The combo of brownie mix/butter is making me think about using it as a filling for cake. You know one of those triple chocolate type cakes…..

  7. Jennifer

    This looks super good!

    As for the cleanse, I actually make the very same juices used in the Blueprint Cleanse at home. Way cheaper, and they really are good. Definitely helps, too. Now if I could only have a brownie cleanse 😉

  8. Skyler Lance

    I love it.So, i want to learn and try to make it for my satisfaction. And i think, if i can make it then i can eat when i wish. Thanks for your nice recipe.

  9. Donna D.

    That looks sooooo good, I think I may be making that bark this weekend!! I love, love, love this brownie batter idea by the way….so many possibilities!!

  10. I am drooling! This is definitely on the list! I saw it on Pinterest and had to come and find out
    if it was as good as it looked. I am sure it is. What a fun week – have to see the others!

  11. Omgosh…. I LOVE THIS!!!!!!! I have no idea where you come up with this stuff but you’re my hero!! Just saying. I’m going to have to make these real soon.

  12. Melanie

    I couldn’t get the right consistency with the butter and brownie mix. I added half a block of softened cream cheese…DELICIOUS!

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