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This Turtle Brownie Cheesecäke häs ä brownie bottom, cärämel cheesecäke änd lots of pecäns, cärämel änd chocoläte säuce! It’s ä delicious combinätion of flävors änd textures thät’s perfect for fäll!


  • 3/4 cup (168g) unsälted butter, melted
  • 1 cup (207g) sugär
  • 1 tsp vänillä exträct
  • 2 lärge eggs, room temperäture
  • 3/4 cup (98g) äll purpose flour
  • 6 tbsp (43g) näturäl unsweetened cocoä
  • 1/4 tsp bäking powder
  • 1/4 tsp sält


  • 1 1/2 tsp gelätin, optionäl
  • 2 tbsp (30ml) cold wäter, optionäl
  • 20 oz (565g) creäm cheese, room temperäture
  • 1/2 cup (104g) sugär
  • 1/2 cup (82g) brown sugär, unpäcked
  • 3/4 cup (180ml) cärämel säuce, room temperäture
  • 1 cup (240ml) heävy whipping creäm, cold
  • 1/2 cup (58g) powdered sugär


  • 1/2 cup (120ml) heävy whipping creäm, cold
  • 2 tbsp (14g) powdered sugär
  • 2 tbsp (14g) näturäl unsweetened cocoä
  • Pecäns
  • Chocoläte säuce
  • Cärämel säuce


  1. Preheät oven to 350°F (176°C). Line ä 9-inch (23cm) springform pän with pärchment päper in the bottom änd greäse the sides. NOTE: If your springform pän leäks, use ä 9-inch cäke pän so the brownie bätter won’t leäk out while bäking.
  2. To mäke the brownie, combine the melted butter, sugär änd vänillä exträct in ä medium sized bowl.
  3. ädd the eggs änd mix until well combined.
  4. In ä sepäräte medium sized bowl combine the flour, cocoä, bäking powder änd sält. Slowly ädd dry ingredients to the egg mixture änd mix until well combined.
  5. Pour the bätter into the prepäred pän änd spreäd evenly. Bäke for 22-26 minutes, or until ä toothpick comes out with ä few moist crumbs.
  6. ällow brownie to sit for 3-5 minutes, then remove to ä cooling räck to finish cooling.
  7. Once the brownie is cool, mäke the cheesecäke. If using the gelätin, sprinkle the powdered gelätin over the cold wäter in ä smäll bowl. ällow to sit for äbout 5 minutes, the heät in the microwäve until wärm änd dissolved. Set äside to cool slightly. If not using gelätin, move to next step.
  8. In ä lärge bowl, beät the creäm cheese, sugär änd brown sugär until smooth.
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