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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Slutty Brownies

Okay, so yes, it is 2 am. And yes, this cannot wait. This post is urgent because me and my gurlz created some delicious amazing-ness during these early hours of the morning that need to be shared with the world IMMEDIATELY. Seriously, we'd be doing the world an injustice by keeping these a secret which is why this post is going up NOW. So, thanks to my star sous-chef Ali's stumbling trips on the internet, we were inspired to create these brownies. A layer of cookie dough, pressed oreos, then topped with brownie batter and all baked together. Now yes, this might seem decadent enough on its own, but why not really go for it and make it that much more over the top? In this case, more is better, way better, which is why these little pieces of paradise then got smothered with caramel and white chocolate. A little lavish, maybe, but it really completes this fairy tale of a dessert. Think killer red-carpet worthy Versace dress paired with Jimmy Choos, and THEN topped with some Harry Winston dripping diamond earrings. Sometimes more is just necessary. Sugar coma? yes. Heavenly and amazing? yes. Success? check please.

Now while I'm quite the Suzy home-maker and always am a fan of homemade, these take long enough to bake because they're thick and boxed mixes make it quick, easy, and just as delicious.


2 packs of chocolate chip cookie dough
2 boxes brownie mix
2 eggs
1/2 cup water
2/3 cup vegetable oil
12 oz. white chocolate chips
2 bags of chewy caramels

Recipe: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Butter a baking pan with thick sides. Press cookie dough into the pan in an even layer, about half an inch thick. Arrange oreos atop the cookie dough in even lines. Press them in a little bit so they are somewhat stuck to the dough. In a mixing bowl, combine the brownie mix, the eggs, water and oil and whisk until smooth. Pour the brownie batter over the oreo topped cookie dough and spread evenly. Bake for about 40 minutes. It will take longer then usual because they are SUPER thick, but make sure they stay fudgy and don't get too well done because they are always better gooey. While the brownies cool, melt white chocolate chips with 1 tbs vegetable oil in a double boiler. Melt the caramels in the microwave. Using a fork, drizzle the caramel and chocolate over the brownies. Step back and marvel at your masterpiece.

Why yes, that is cookie dough, oreos, AND brownies in one bite.

My baking bunch minus me and Louise

We are accepting marriage proposals but they're piling up so get on it...

happy late night-snacking

1 comment:

  1. Looks amazing!!!!!!! Hook me hungreegirl!