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February 26th, 2014 23 Comments

Mini Brownie Butter Cake

Mini Brownie Butter Cake
Mini Brownie Butter Cake pictures (2 of 6)

My contributor CP Choong’s Brownie Butter Cake is another hit baking recipe on Rasa Malaysia. Recently, she downsized the original recipe and make it into mini brownie butter cake, which is precisely miniature cupcake of brownie butter cake. They are still every bit buttery, sinfully rich, chocolatey, and now they are even more pleasing to the eyes because of the smaller package. Just check out all these pictures, isn’t it better when everything is smaller? You don’t even have to slice the cake into pieces, and each person gets one, or two, or three of this wonderful mini brownie butter cake.

Mini Brownie Butter Cake

The idea of this mini brownie butter cake is pretty simple. The bottom part is everyone’s favorite brownie, and the top part is rich butter cake. to make these mini brownie butter cake into full-blown cupcakes, my contributor drizzled them with some chocolate sauce and topped with some sprinkles. You can also serve them with some fruits such as sliced strawberry. The possibility is endless, it’s totally up to you how you want to dress up your mini brownie butter cake!

Mini Brownie Butter Cake

This is a great recipe as many of you had attempted the brownie butter cake recipe when we shared it in October last year. Many of you left raving comments and reviews. If you have a party, be it for adults or kids, this recipe is a sure-fire hit. I am going to make this mini brownie butter cake to a kid’s party soon, and I am very sure that both the adults and kids will enjoy this very much.

You should also check out the mini nutella cheesecake recipe that we shared recently. Happy baking!

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  1. jacqi says:

    What kind of baking pan do you use for these minis? Your photos are gorgeous but muffin pans would not look as good.

  2. Kellie says:

    This looks really yummy. What is it that you sprinkled on top? I didn’t see it in the list. =/

  3. Joel A. says:

    These are so adorable. I prefer sliced fruits for toppings.

  4. noorbany bt md noor says:

    tolong translate semua resepi rasamalaysia ke bahasa malaysia.semua resepi sedap2 belaka

  5. MHRey13 says:

    Hi. Wanted to know, after baking the brownie, for the butter cake part,
    do I need to change my heat source to TOP as oppose to normal BOTTOM heat only?

  6. Tuty says:

    Did CP use the mini cheesecake pan? Would you mind sharing the dimension of the pan?

    BTW, Salted Caramel Topping will be delightful too ;-)

  7. dina says:

    these are so cute and they look delish!

  8. Shirley says:

    Hi Bee, I made this cake in muffin pan this morning. I baked an additional 20 minutes because at 15 minutes, the top didn’t turn golden brown (my oven rack is placed in the middle). Also, the top of my cakes were pointy and not flat like yours (see picture in my FB link below). Am I doing anything wrong somewhere?

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152668977212468&set=a.10151790783227468.1073741826.564442467&type=1&theater

  9. Amy says:

    Can show the dimension or the size of the mini cheese cake pan… Or can I use 12 holes of cup cake pan ?

  10. These are the perfect bites – I can never decide if I want something buttery or something chocolatey. Now I can do both =D

  11. Amy says:

    Can show what type of dimension for the cheesecake pan

  12. Frances says:

    Hi, I am Italian and I love your recipes. I will try to make this beautiful mini brownie butter cake.. I hope I’ll be able!!

  13. Dorothy Romines says:

    Any links to show where I can purchase a mini cheesecake pan like the one you have or similar?

  14. laly says:

    love this as it looks yummy!!

  15. Linda ong says:

    I tried baking these yummy cuties and they taste absolutely delicious! But the brownie crumple easily when the fork cuts in. Is the texture supposed to be like that?

  16. Deborah says:

    Can I substitute dark cocoa powder instead of melting a dark chocolate bar?

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