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Brownie Butter Cake Recipe

Brownie Butter Cake Recipe
Brownie butter cake – thick brownie and rich butter cake combined into one decadent and to-die-for cake! Bake the brownie first and then the butter cake. I am so happy that my contributor CP Choong is back with more sinfully delicious baking recipes. In this post, she is sharing an utterly gorgeous, rich, buttery, and decadent Brownie Butter Cake recipe, adapted from Kevin Chai’s “I love Butter Cake Too 2″ cookbook. CP Choong and I went to high school together, but we didn’t know each other when we were in high school. Our high school is the most famous Chinese girls school in Penang, attended by hundreds of students in each grade. If you read this blog, you will know that I love butter cake and my family really enjoys butter cake with coffee. This recipe calls for double baking: first, you bake the brownie, and then the butter cake that goes on top.

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