Cookie Dough Brownies

My sister-in-law brought us the most delicious cookie dough brownies last time she visited.  They were super rich and incredibly delicious.  I decided to try and make them myself and found that they were surprisingly easy.  I simply made a 9×13 size pan of brownies and then adjusted the toll house cookie recipe to eliminate the raw egg from the cookie dough.  Put them together and you have a cookie dough lovers dream.

Cookie Dough Brownies

1 package of brownie mix for a 9×13 pan, plus the ingredients called for on the package

cookie dough ingredients:
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/3 cups butter or margarine, softened
3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup mini chocolate chips

Make the brownies according to package directions.  Set aside and let cool completely.

Mix the cookie dough ingredients until well combined.  Spread over cooled brownies.  Chill in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

Cut into small squares and watch them disappear!



Filed under Cook, Treats

7 responses to “Cookie Dough Brownies

  1. I’m going to be thinking of these all day. Nom!

  2. Seriously, you gals make the best desserts. Going to have to try these too!

  3. Never had cookie dough brownies. I’ve had cookie dough ice cream. I love it,And i love brownies so much. So will definitely be trying this. 🙂 Looks too good. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Have a good day ladies.

  4. I was going to skip over this one, but now that my husband has seen the recipe and requested them twice, there’s no escaping it! And guess who will probably end up eating most of them?

  5. Lindsay

    Should these then be kept in the fridge? I can’t wait to have an excuse to make these!

  6. Ugh Emily slyly mentioned making these in a conversation to me and now I have to make up. And I definitely will be the one who has to take it for the team. My sweet tooth is hereditary – it can’t be helped.

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