-Prepare brownie mix according to instructions on box, using the two egg
recipe and substituting milk for the water.
-Line (2) 9" X 9" X 2" baking pans with
either parchment paper or wax paper.
-Spray bottoms with non-stick cooking spray.
-Pour equal amounts of batter into each pan.
-Bake in a 325 degree oven for 25 minutes, or until a
toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
-Allow to cool completely.
-Set one brownie pan aside; invert other pan and remove
brownie in one piece; return to pan upside down; remove
-Brush the brownie evenly with 1/2 the Kahlua; spread 1/2
the mousse evenly over the brownie; spread 1/2 the
whipped cream over the mousse; sprinkle top evenly with
-Remove second brownie from pan; brush with remaining
Kahlua; place brownie on top of other brownie; spread
remaining mousse evenly over the brownie; spread
remaining whipped cream over the mousse.
-Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Robbie, this was DECADENT!!!! I live in Ontario,
Canada and have no idea what Chocolate Dream like
Carrabbas is supposed to taste or look
like.....whatever it is....IT'S AMAZING!!! I made
a few changes: I used Bailey's Irish Cream
instead of Kaluha, made it 3 layers, and added
chocolate curls to the top for appearance. I made
it for a rather large crowd of critics (I'm
always the one making the desserts so they are
always expecting new and exciting things from
me).....boy did I WOW them with this one!!!!! A
keeper and I will be sure to make this again and
again...thanks so much!!!
like a great version of this, but I have done it
the way they top it at our Carrabbas, which is
just like you have it, with a chocolate ganache
poured over it before serving. My recipe is very
simple. Just melt some good quality semi-sweet
chocolate chips by pouring hot (do not boil)
whipping cream over them and whipping. Let cool
before spooning over Chocolate Dream. I have also
served this with ice cream instead of mouse.
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