Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies

This is going to be a brief (very brief) recipe. This recipe is great for those days that you don’t want to spent too much time of making dessert, but you want it a step up from just cookies (or just brownies). My brother recommended them, and I made them for a barbecue that my class was having: and I did it during the middle of finals, so you know it couldn’t have been too difficult.

What you need is 1 brownie recipe, 1 chocolate chip cookie recipe, and 1 9X13 (or 10X15) pan. You can make them from scratch, from the box, or whatever.

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Make the brownie batter (according to whatever recipe or box you’re using) and spread it in a greased 9X13 (or 10X15) pan.
  3. Make the chocolate chip cookie dough. Take spoon fulls and drop them into the brownie mix, in a relatively uniform fashion. Press down slightly so there aren’t huge mountains of cookie dough. Make sure that it isn’t more than 2/3 of the way up the pan. Otherwise it will take forever to cook.
  4. Bake for about 30-40 minutes. I recommend you just check it after 20 minutes to see how it’s coming. When it’s done a knife should come out clean. If it ended up being thicker, you may need to cook it as long as an hour or more. Just cook it until it’s done.
  5. Let cool and eat away!

Now another classy alternative is a brownie cake combination. For this you would pour cake batter over the brownie batter, and bake. It’s delicious and adds that extra bit of scrumptious. You can drizzle it with more chocolate or coat it with frosting. Very yum!

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