Ducle de Leche Fluff Brownies

A scratch brownie recipe topped with marshmallow fluff, dulce de leche swirls and topped with toasted pecans. 
Cinco de Mayo is in a few short days which means it's time to break out all those Mexican & Tex Mex inspired dishes. Mexican food is one of my favorite cuisines and I have a pretty good assortment of recipes on the blog.

I have to admit I have a huge weakness for desserts, so it is no surprise that I'm sharing another sweet treat today. Walmart asked me to share a recipe in celebration of Cinco de Mayo, so I thought these delicious Dulce de Leche Fluff Brownies fit the bill perfectly.  

Even if you don't celebrate Cinco de Mayo who needs and excuse to eat dessert. Especially when it's a ooey-gooey marshmallow chocolaty dessert. The brownie part of these bars is homemade, but to simplify this recipe you can also use a boxed brownie mix. Just make sure to purchase a mix for a 9 x 13 inch pan.

recipe source:  Better Homes & Gardens

These are the ingredient you'll need: If a homemade brownie recipe intimidates you, a store bought brownie mix can be substituted. 

I have included some step step photos of how easy these brownies came together. I'm big fan on not wasting anything, so I just used the wrapper from the butter to grease the foil for the brownie pan. 

This recipe is really easy and only takes one saucepan and a mixing bowl. Or just one large pot.

Pour the batter into the pan and bake. Spread on the marshmallow cream and swirl in the Dulce de Leche.

Add the chopped pecans and enjoy! 

Before I go I also wanted to share a few more recipes that would be perfect for Cinco de Mayo. I have everything from main dishes to desserts. Click on the links below to be taken to each recipe.  


I just love Dulce de Lece, and you know, it's very easy to homemake.
Tina Butler said…
I make it homemade as well in the crock pot. I love this stuff.
Michelle said…
Your really making me hate Weight Watchers right now.
Tina Butler said…
I'm so sorry :( it's a evil looking dessert isn't it LOL.
Unknown said…
Oh boy! This recipe looks divine! I'm a sucker for dulce de leche anything.