Fudgy Dark Chocolate Brownies with Raspberry Sauce
It’s time to indulge in something rich and dark!
It’s Valentine’s Day!
So go ahead and dig in, jump in, or swim in these intensely rich and fudge-y dark chocolate brownies . . . just perfect for two, or one, or how many peeps you want to make happy, happy, HAPPY in the tummy (just make more!).
What do you enjoy for Valentine’s Day?
Champagne or a delightful red wine?
A romantic candle-lit dinner?
Intimate moments in front of a warm and glowing fire in the fireplace?
A sexy, silky nightgown or pajamas?
Cuddling up to watch a love story movie?
A bottle of your favorite perfume?
For me, it’s a romantic dinner ending with something wonderfully chocolate! A true weakness of mine!
And if you like your brownies fudgy, oozy and gooey, than you’ll love these! Just look at the inside of this brownie!!
And the beautiful red pool of fresh, sweet raspberry sauce is simply the perfect accent to both the eye and the palette!
This is a super easy recipe too with just a few ingredients, so it won’t break the bank either!
And that’s what I call AMORE!
Fudgy Dark Chocolate Brownies with Raspberry Sauce
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- 1 – 4.9 oz (140 g.) dark chocolate
- 1 stick plus 1 Tbsp. butter, room temperature
- 1 cup plus 2 tbsp. sugar
- 3 jumbo eggs, room temperature
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 cup flour
- 1 package fresh raspberries (or 1 bag frozen raspberries)
- Sugar to taste.
- Powdered Sugar
- Fresh Raspberries
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Melt chocolate (I use the microwave and it usually takes about 3 minutes).
- Add the butter to melted chocolate and blend, slowly not to incorporate a lot of air.
- In a separate large mixing bowl, whisk the eggs.
- Add sugar to the eggs.
- Pour the chocolate-butter mixture into the egg-sugar mixture.
- Mix gently.
- Add vanilla and flour; mix well.
- Line a square baking pan with parchment paper.
- Pour the brownie batter into the lined baking pan.
- Bake for 40 minutes.
- Cool before serving.
Prepare Raspberry Sauce:
- With a hand-held immersion blender, blend the raspberries into a smooth, liquidy sauce.
- Blend in sugar to taste.
- Serve brownies with raspberry sauce in a pool on a plate or decorated as you like.
- Garnish with fresh raspberries and powdered sugar.
- Calories: 0
- Fat: 0
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are all of the wonderful Valentine’s Day recipes shared this week:
- Bacon-Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Ricotta from Casa de Crews
- Almond-Crusted Sole with Mushroom Pilaf for Two from Small Wallet, Big Appetite
- Baked Pasta with Sausage and Fontina from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
- Baked Tilapia En Papiollte from It’s Yummi!
- Chicken and Mushroom Alfredo from Cookin’ Mimi
- Roasted Vegetable Lasagna for Two from Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos
- White Queso Mac and Cheese for Two from Daily Dish Recipes
Decadent Desserts and Drinks:
- Baked Custard from Magnolia Days
- Cherry Spritzer Ice Cream Float from Peanut Butter and Peppers
- Chocolate Budino with Strawberry Hearts from Manu’s Menu
- Fresh Berry Parfait with Crème Anglaise from Hip Foodie Mom
- Fudgy Dark Chocolate Brownies with Raspberry Sauce from La Bella Vita Cucina
- Gluten Free Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles from Gluten Free Crumbley
- Gluten-Free Deep Dish Hot Fudge Brownies for Two from Cupcakes & Kale Chips
- Ice Cream Stuffed Crepes with Nutella and Fresh Berries from Neighborfood
- Pecan-Crusted Coconut Custards with Brandied Banana Sauce from The Texan New Yorker
- Pistachio Pudding For Two (From Scratch) from Chocolate Moosey
- White Hot Chocolate from Pies and Plots
Love fudgy brownies and what a wonderful and easy sauce for them.
I know Renee, who can resist brownies? Thanks for your visit and comment! Roz
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Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a gooey fudgy brownie…especially with raspberries!
Thank you Shaina! I agree brownies are great with raspberries! Hope you’re having a lovely spring!
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Brownies are my husband’s fave. . so I know I can’t go wrong with brownies. . yum! A fun VDay for me would be flowers, chocolates and a nice dinner. . I have been cooking us Vday dinner for like the past 6 years but this year, we’re going out! 🙂
Like your husband and you, we chose to dine out as well for Valentine’s Day. Hope you’re having a lovely spring and sorry for the late response Alice!
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Give me a straw for that raspberry sauce!
I’ll share my straw with ya Dorothy and we can enjoy the raspberry sauce together!
Your brownies look so moist and delicious! I love chocolate and raspberries together!! Perfect!!
I think that brownies and raspberries are a yummy combo too, Jennifer!
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Yup, we HAVE to have chocolate for Valentine’s Day, too! I love your fudgy brownies, Roz…and the raspberry sauce pushes these over the top!! Wow. Another winner!!! xo
I think that both you and I have an intense love affair with raspberries, Liz! I’ll stop by in a moment!
Wonderful fudgy brownies, Roz. The raspberry sauce is the keeper!
Yes, Angie, the raspberry sauce is truly yummy!
How about Champagne AND wine? 🙂 This looks beyond delicious. AND I have all the ingredients. I did a “fancy” Valentine’s Day dinner at home last year and woke up this morning thinking I need to hurry and come up with a menu for this year. I think the dessert portion is officially decided. Yum, yum, and yum!
What a compliment Mindy! Thank you so much for letting me know how much you enjoyed them! I apologize for my late return-comment, but it’s the end of the spring semester in education and I’ve just been way too super-slammed this year. uggghhh!
Raspberry and chocolate — the perfect combination! Yum!
I agree Jennifer! Thanks for your visit today!
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The title says it all, sounds delicious!!
Thank you Tara!
Everything you describe about Valentine’s Day above sounds great except for the silky, sexy nightgown because I’m a guy and they probably don’t make them in my size. HA! What also sounds good? These brownies. Chocolate and raspberries pair so well together.
You’re right Mr. DB! Nothing compares to chocolate paired with raspberries. thanks for your kind comment!
I love chocolate and raspberries. This looks soo good. Can’t wait to try it.
Thanks for your visit and kind comment, Shannon!
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I’m so glad you’re blogging more these days, you post the best recipes. I’m not much for dessert, but love my brownies.. and these look incredible. Perfect for Valentines. We usually just have a bottle of wine with a special dinner at home with the pups. Perfect if you ask me.
Hey Lea Ann, April birthday girl, thanks for the kind comment. I’m trying to blog more, but with the end of the spring semester upon me, I’m extra super-slammed. Things will change after April’s over and I’m hoping to get back into my kitchen and gardens this year! Luv ya, Roz
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Awwww Roz! At times like these, I so wish I could put my hand through the screen and grab a spoonful of those brownies! Delicious!
You’re so sweet Manu! It would be nice to grab a lot of food out of our computer screens from great food bloggers such as you,
Divine chocolaty goodness. yum…Hugs!
You are just the sweetest and kindest person, Katherine! Thank you for your compliment!
Fudge-like brownie? Where do I sign up? These look delicious!
Thank you for your kind comment Melanie! I hope that you’re spring is turning out lovely,
I need to save room after dinner for a piece (or two) of brownies.
That’s one of the best foodie sayings I’ve heard in a long time, Cindy! Thanks for your visit and comment!
These brownies are calling my name. Pinned.
another reader made them and was totally delighted; if you make them please let me know what you think.
Oh wow, that photo of the gooey brownie up close has me swooning.
The interior gooey part of these brownies get me every time too, Laura!
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Yum! This is the perfect dessert for my guests (we are entertaining) for Valentines Day! I will also be making the dark chocolate strawberries to go with it. Thanks so much for the recipe! Have a wonderful week Roz!
I’m sure that whatever you prepared for Valentine’s Day was to die for!!!! I’ll stop by your blog here after I finish this reply.
I will just sit down with a pan of these right now…. *stuffs face*
I’ll gladly stuff my face alongside of you Sarah! LOL! Hugs, Roz
I just had to tell you: I just made the pork loin cooked in milk and cream from your earlier post and it is fabulous. I never cooked in milk before (except a blanquette without browning first) so this was very exciting. You’re good. Beautiful Sage aroma perfuming kitchen. Thanks.
Next wanna try roast potatoes ( have plenty fresh rosemary) and that Salisbury steak.
I joined book-of-the-month club in 1968 and got 5 cookbooks one of which was the N.Y. Times book.
Keep it comin’
Anthony, It’s wonderful people like you that I keep sharing my best recipes. It takes a lot of guts to try something new and different like the pork in milk recipe AND YOU DID IT! and you enjoyed the results that you yourself did the work (lovingly)! I can’t thank you enough for your kind words, because you keep me going with sharing delicious recipes that are sometimes a little out of the ordinary!
A chocolate lovers dream come true and the raspberry sauce really tops it off.
Thanks Larry! Hope you’re doing well! I’ll pop over to your blog here in a second!
oh roz. could it be an more decadent! I mean really, it looks out of this world rich and sweet and dense and moist and just perfect!
Oh thank you so much Jessica . . . you’re the one with out of this world recipes, girl!
The raspberry sauce looks divine with these brownies! Raspberries with chocolate is the best.
I couldn’t agree with you more Lisa…..hope you’re having a lovely spring and I’ll be right over to pop onto your blog!
Ooh, fudgy and chocolatey-sounds perfect for Valentine’s Day, Roz!
Oh you’re such a sweetie, Adri! Love your visits and comments!
These brownies look so delicious, Roz! I love that they are fudgy in the middle. The raspberry sauce looks like the perfect thing to pair with them and great for Valentine’s Day. I agree with you, a romantic dinner sounds really nice. The restaurants around here are unbelievably crowded on Valentine’s Day, though, so not sure what we are doing yet. I hope you have a wonderful, day!
It’s always nice to have a more quiet, romantic dinner at home, Shari! Hope you’re doing well . . . still kinda cold over on this side of the country!
I made these for our Valentine’s Day dinner at home last night. Sooooo amazingly delicious. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!
Oh my goodness, Mindy . . . I am so appreciative of your comment. So many times, bloggers never get back to us and this means the world to me!
Many hugs and kisses,
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