Brownies are hands-down one of my favorite treats. That is true about most people I know. I can rarely resist the chocolate goodness a fudge-filled brownie holds.
The only problem I have with the treat is that it is… Just. So. Brown.
Well lucky us, I found a way to fix that issue once and for all!
These white chocolate confetti brownies are a fun way to whip up our favorite treats in festively colorful style. And the best news is… they taste just as good! So make a batch and celebrate… it’s going to be a very good day.
The brownies are made with Philadelphia Cream cheese, confetti sugar sprinkles and white chocolate. The result is a super easy recipe that has fudge-filled sweetness all over it. Since Philadelphia Cream Cheese is made with fresh milk, real cream and no preservatives, I know it’s the best way to finish off what has quickly become my go-to treat recipe.
Having sweet afternoon snack options is a fun treat when the kids have invited their friends over to play. These brownies are always a win to serve at afternoon play dates. I can make a batch ahead of time and add a few extra sprinkles just before serving.
White Chocolate Confetti Brownies
To make the white chocolate confetti brownies you will need:
- 1 box White chocolate cake mix
- 3/4 cup vegetable oil
- 2 tablespoons water
- 2 eggs
- 1 cups white chocolate chips
- 1 (8oz) Philadelphia Cream Cheese brick
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla
- Confetti Sprinkles (2 tablespoons for baking, more for topping)
Yield: 8 servings
1. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and whisk until combined, adding in the sprinkles as you mix.
2. Bake in oven set at 350 degrees in an 8×8 pan for about 35 minutes.
Top with sprinkles for the sweetest way to turn a “brown”ie into something much more fun!
For all of your entertaining needs, turn to Philadelphia Cream Cheese. Always have it on hand to create fun appetizers and desserts that pop. I had a great time developing these white chocolate confetti brownies for afternoon play dates! For more creamy, delicious recipe ideas, click here.