Baked on the Grill Brownies With Strawberries Dessert




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Originally I tried pouring the brownies mixture right on the grates, but that didn’t work out as planned …. just kidding. I do love baking on my barbecue grill and this recipe is about as easy as they get but looks like a fancy restaurant style dessert. Piled high with brownies, strawberries, whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles, looking so good that you don’t want to eat it but once you do you can’t stop. Perfect for the camp chef to quickly put together and make all the other campground campers so jealous they might riot. Yep, that good!


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Step 1: Step 1

I used two 8.5 inch x 8.5 inch aluminum baking trays for my recipe. Saved me the trouble of slicing the brownie in half to make two pieces. - See more at:

Step 2: Step 2

Mix the your brownie mix per the package instructions or make from scratch. I used Bob’s Red Mill Brownie Mix, pour half of brownie mixture into each oiled baking tray.

Step 3: Step 3

Pre-heat your barbecue grill to 350° F indirect heat. I am using a gas grill for mine but charcoal briquets with work perfectly for this recipe.

Step 4: Step 4

Bake for approximately 15 minutes depending on your heat output. I started checking my brownies at the 10 minute mark with a toothpick inserted into the center.

If it comes out wet = not done!

Let cool and trim to plate size if required.

Step 5: Step 5

Wash and cut your fresh strawberries to size. I sliced them to about 1/4 inch thickness.

Step 6: Step 6

Now it’s time to slather on some whipping cream and strawberries!

Using one layer of brownies spread whipping cream, strawberries, then whipping cream.

Step 7: Step 7

Add the final brownie and repeat!

Sprinkle with some chocolate shavings for added yumminess!

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did … I ate way to much!

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    11 Discussions


    6 years ago

    This is too cool! I'm going to try this with Trader Joe's gluten free next time we have a grill night. I never thought to put brownies on the grill. Thanks for the cool share!

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks ever so much! If I can cook it on the grill,then it is man food, regardless if it is a brownie dessert! I have in my grilling inventory: pizza, fruit (bananas, pears, etc.) , regular grilling meats, and now I have brownies. Next, I need to figure out a bar drink, but that might be a little hard to accomplish.

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Glad you liked the recipe!

    I will be posting "Grilled Bloody Mary's" recipe soon and then you'll have a grilled drink for your grilling inventory :-)



    6 years ago on Introduction

    This looks absolutely incredible. I love that you cooked it on the grill! My oven has been broken for a while now and I have a nice big grill...I want to experiment more with items that would have been baked in an oven, on there. Have you made many other things this way? :) Any tips? Thanks for this incredible imagery - my taste buds are craving it now!!! Your photo is stunning.

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you! Yes, I do just about everything on my grill. There are over 5yrs of grilling tips, tricks and recipes over on my website. You'll have tons of great ideas for your grill :-)