10 Over-the-Top Brownie Sundaes Worth the Calories

Homemade ice cream, chocolate fudge, and crunchy candies make these sundaes a decadent must
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Pile this triple-chocolate brownie high with homemade vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and warm caramel sauce to recreate the magic of this Sugar and Plumm brownie at home.

Sure, you need to consider your waistline, but when the chocolate bug beckons, sometimes you just have to give into the craving. Brownie sundaes are one way to curb that sugary need, and these over-the-top options are so worth the calories.

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hether you start from scratch or use a box, these recipes utilize toppings and secret ingredients that make these brownie sundaes epic. Stuffed with chocolate, topped with Heath bar, and drizzled with hot fudge — there really is no way you can walk away without at least trying a bite. So get your fork ready as you dive into these recipes in search of the perfectly outrageous combination that will satisfy your chocolate desires.

You can use your favorite store-bought toppings, or get creative and make your own. Homemade ganache, fresh mint chip ice cream, or luxurious caramel sauce are simple options that will take that brownie sundae from ordinary to extraordinary in no time.

Brownie Banana Split

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This is a brownie banana split.

Eating ice cream right out the tub is great, but sometimes you want to get a little creative with your sweet creations. The next time you’re in the mood for vanilla ice cream, turn it into a delicious banana split. Add bananas, chunks of brownie, and chocolate syrup for a heavenly combination.

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Brownie Sundaes with Banana Chips

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This is a brownie sundae with banana chips.

The brownie is really more like a flourless chocolate cake. It puffs as it bakes, then falls and cracks as it cools. Top this rich brownie with peanut butter ice cream and banana chips to capitalize on one of our favorite flavor combinations.

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Angela Carlos is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Find her on Twitter and tweet @angelaccarlos.