Cookie Dough Topped Brownie Recipe
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My husband is a huge cookie dough fan. I don't let him eat actual cookie dough because I'm squeamish about raw eggs. There are no raw eggs and less flour in this "dough" so he can munch on these in moderation! They're super rich so a little goes a long way with one batch. Any cookie dough fan will love these.
Total Time: 45 minutes
Yield: 32 brownie bites
Source: The dough is my take on a recipe from Today Food.
- 1 box brownie mix with ingredients to prepare it the fudgy way (less egg, more water)
- 2/3 cup softened butter
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup white sugar
- 3 Tbsp milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 3/4 cup flour
- 2/3 cup chocolate chips
- Line a pan (I used a 11x7 glass pan) with enough foil for edges to hang over so you can lift the brownies out in a sheet later. Grease the foil.
- Prepare brownies batter according to package directions. I used the fudgy directions listed, which uses only 1 egg and more water.
- Bake brownies using box directions. Cool.
- Combine butter, sugars, milk and vanilla in a large bowl and mix well. Stir in flour and mix well.
- Add chocolate chips and mix well.
- When brownies are completely cooled, use the foil edges and lift them carefully out of the pan and place them on a cutting board.
- Dump the cookie dough on the brownie and gently press down on the dough until it is spread evenly across the brownie.
- Cut into small squares. Bon appetit!
February 4, 20160 found this helpful
UPDATE for a fun twist. I just put these under the broiler for a few minutes for fun--- OH MY GOODNESS. The tops turn into gooey cookies and the brownie part is so moist. Now they are not only for my hubby. :)
February 19, 20160 found this helpful
What with your skills at organization and a fabulous flair for photography, your posts appear very professional.
About the eggs... If your husband really liked eggs added, you could always use pasteurized. Personally, I think the cookie dough would be better without the eggs, period.
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February 20, 20160 found this helpful
Thanks, Doug! I'm always frustrated with my photos (and I adore photography) so your comment means a lot to me. :)
He doesn't care for the eggs in it, I just don't like him eating the raw eggs that we do buy. Just freaks me out! ;)
February 24, 20160 found this helpful
That looks so delicious, I am definitely going to be making this very soon. : ) I LOVE cookie dough, so awesome recipe!!