I originally invented these Cookie Dough Oreo Brownies in May of 2011. Soon after publishing this post, the internet gave them a new name… Slutty Brownies! Here is my original slutty brownie recipe, and what inspired me to invent these decadent brownies.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

What are Slutty Brownies?

Slutty Brownies are the combination of three favorite desserts:

  • 1st Layer:  Gooey chocolate chip cookie
  • 2nd Layer: Double Stuffed Oreos
  • 3rd Layer: Warm, fudgy chocolate brownies

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Way back in May 2011, I wondered what would happen if you combined my friend Jenny’s Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies with my Oreo Stuffed Brownies.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

The result was an indulgent, outrageous, illegal in 48 states, ridiculously decadent brownie. These Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Oreo Brownies, now known as Slutty Brownies, are without a doubt, completely and utterly insane. But I mean that in a good way, of course.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Slutty Brownie Recipe

All you need is cookie dough, a brownie mix, and Oreos. That’s it! I made my own homemade cookie dough, but you could definitely use store-bought cookie dough.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

How To Make Slutty Brownies

Flatten the cookie dough in the bottom of a well greased 9×13 pan. You may want to line the pan with foil or wax paper. It makes the slutty brownies much easier to remove from the pan.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Top the cookie dough with a layer of Oreos. I use double stuffed Oreos because at this point… Why not?

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Prepare the brownie mix and cover the Oreo layer with brownie batter.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Then bake in a 350 degree oven for 45-55 minutes.

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

Oh my gosh, these brownies are insane!! I can totally see why they were quickly named slutty brownies!

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

They are THE Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies!

Slutty Brownies — The ORIGINAL Slutty Brownie Recipe

And that is our original slutty brownie recipe! Hope you enjoy these slutty brownies as much as we do!

Slutty Brownies Recipe

Slutty Brownies

  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Cook Time: 50 mins
  • Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Yield: 1 (9x13) pan
  • Category: Brownies
  • Cuisine: Dessert


The original Slutty Brownies recipe — An indulgent, three layer brownie with cookie dough and Oreos.


Homemade Cookie Dough Recipe

  •  1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
  •  1 cup granulated sugar
  •  3/4 cup light brown sugar
  •  2 large eggs
  •  1 Tablespoon pure vanilla extract
  •  2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  •  1 teaspoon baking soda
  •  1 teaspoon salt
  •  2 cups (12 ounces) chocolate chips

Oreo Layer

  •  1 package Double Stuffed Oreos

Brownie Layer

  •  1 Family Size (9×13) Brownie mix
  •  1/4 cup hot fudge topping



  1. Beat the butter and both sugars in a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed for 3-5 minutes. Add the eggs and vanilla and mix well to thoroughly combine.
  2. In a separate bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda and salt. Add the dry ingredients into the mixer and beat on low speed until the flour is just combined. Stir in chocolate chips.


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 9×13 baking dish with foil and coat generously with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Flatten the cookie dough in the bottom of the prepared dish. Top with a layer of Oreos.
  3. Mix together brownie mix, adding an optional 1/4 cup of hot fudge topping to the mix. Pour the brownie batter over the cookie dough and Oreos.
  4. Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes. Remove foil and continue baking for an additional 15-25 minutes. Let cool completely before cutting — brownies will still look gooey in the middle when warm, but will set up perfectly once cooled.


If you don’t want to make your own cookie dough, you can definitely use store-bought refrigerated cookie dough!

You May Also Like:

668 Responses
  1. Eric L.

    I also being doing this for around 8 years now and I actually improved just a tiny bit , in the cookie dough I added a few chia seed ( to make it look healty lol ) and I sprinkle on the cookie Dough before the Orea some not more then 1 tea spoon of “Fleur de Sel” ( its really call like that kinda a salt from france ) SO I get a background taste slightly subtely salty after all the sugar. Its delicious, decadent like OMG brownies , the ultimate Dessert that people keep asking and asking and asking hihihi Thank again for all the wonderous recipe Amanda :)

  2. Kate

    I’ve been making these for years ~ ‘though I’ll admit I found the recipe through a different site ~ but we’ve always called them “cookie brownies,” because I was making them for kids, and bringing them to school bake sales. It’s nice to finally know their origin story, and that they were, indeed, “cookie brownies” to begin with.

  3. Kristin

    Do not use wax paper.  I made the mistake of prepping them and putting in the oven and then remembered that you cannot use wax paper in the oven.  Had to toss the whole thing.  I’ll try again later in the week but use parchment instead.  Ugh.

  4. Paige Tschopp

    I’ve been making these since 2002. I have even changed them up a little by adding marshmello topping under the cookies, butterscotch chips under the brownies and even reeses pieces! Each time I’ve tried different things just for fun! Great recipe!

  5. Valarie

    Can this recipe be taken and made into Mini brownie loafs? That way you can give those as gifts around the holidays, like most people do with banana bread. How could you structure it to fit that baking style? I make these for my coworkers and they just love them. I was thinking of making each person their own loaf rather than whole pan as a gift for Christmas.

  6. Dede Wilcox

    So these are in the oven right now and looking at your picture I am not so sure that you are using a 9.x13 baking dish. I was not able to add as many oreos as in your picture, the cookie dough pretty much filled up the pan to about 1/8 inch of the top which left barely anyroom for the brownie mix, so I had to remove about 1 cup of dough and respread. I used the recipie on your web site exactly. Also, I placed foil over the whole thing prior to putting it in the oven. After 55 minutes I went to check it and even though I sprayed the top foil with PAM to ensure it wouldnt stick… stuck and the center was still liquid after the hour. I tossed the foil in the garbage at this point. We will see what happens and how much longer this will require cooking. I will post that info here after its all done.

  7. Scarlet

    Wow. I have to say the name was a bit of, what did I just read? Then the picture says it all- over the top- not subtle- but they look like the ultimate in a sweet dessert!

    1. Amanda

      I know, I’m not super fond of the name either! But my original creation and recipe was stolen and posted all over the internet, morning talk shows, magazines, etc, with this new name without any credit back to me or my recipe. It took me years to officially acknowledge it, but after 7 years I decided to take back my recipe! :)

  8. Naomi

    I am shocked by the first layer as it looks like panettone dough.
    that delights, and the cookies later with chocolate was great.
    Like I’ve never thought of that before.
    Thanks for the recipe

  9. Maggie

    I layered a Graham cracker crust, the cookie dough, the Oreo’s, the fudgy brownie mix, then baked it and added a chocolate fudge icing. Sometimes, It also add tiny marshmallows…just decadent and yummy

  10. Rye

    ALSO, don’t use wax paper, USE parchment paper.  
    I actually just greased the bottom of my glass pyrex pan with PAM and it worked out

  11. Rye

    I made this for my coworkers and it was a huuuuge hit!  
    It was easy to make and really really really delicious
    Chocolately, gooey, oreo yummy brownie awesomeness!
    I definitely recommend ADDING the hot fudge sauce to the brownie mix!

  12. Claire

    These were very good. I personally had a couple problems though. First, I guess my 9×13 wasn’t deep enough (just a regular Pyrex) so when I went to remove the foil the brownie batter was stuck to it and I had to use a spatula to scrape it off. Second, I’m fairly certain my brownies never fully cooked through, and I ended up baking these for about 10 minutes longer than recommended. This could have been related to the foil issue, but still a bummer. Overall, I would make again with some tweaks. They were, after all, delicious (unbaked brownie batter and all)!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  13. Yasmin

    I just made this tonight and it turned out absolutely amazing! Honestly just beautiful! I usually cannot bake for the life of me and no matter what recipe I follow, it turns to rubbish but I followed this to the T and it was just heaven!!! It doesn’t look like the picture mind, but when do they ever look like the pictures lol! I will definitely be making this again because it tastes absolutely perfect! 

  14. Val

    I follow Pinterest quite regularly, and find it annoying that more often than not, the “reviews” all seem to be around how fantastic this looks, or the ingredients later sound amazing…etc. I’m looking for feedback..not an “oooh, yummy!”. comment! That off my chest…these are delicious. Love that I can use ” not quite homemade” brownie mix and cookie mix pouches and create something delicious! These are in my regular Dessert of the Month baking and disappear quickly at potlucks.

  15. momof6

    I’m making these four our son tonight for his 13th birthday. I did change these by making homemade brownie mix and hot fudge.. let’s hope they are good.

  16. Homely Happy Chef

    Are they really illegal? And the look positively delightful. Sinfully Delicious Indulgence of my sweet tooth! My significant other will go gaga over these. Big fan of brownies and cookies, not to mention Oreo. I have to hide them if i want any. Otherwise its like I never bought any until he shows up with a empty milk cup and the empty package a day or two later that I realize I had bought some.

  17. Heather

    I know this is a sin but would this recipe still work with store bought cookie dough?? I have some already in the fridge and dont want to drive into town to get the rest of the ingredients for the dough???!!! Somebody help!!!

  18. Pcitygal

    I Took 3 pans of bars to graduation party including these. These bars were gone in a flash. Everyone loved them. 

  19. Dakota

    So I want to make these but I’m lazy and don’t want to make actual cookie dough. Do you think store bought would work laid out in the pan? 

  20. Lisa loves to cook!

    You are crazy!?And Thankyou so much! Yes please , I’m making this for my young women youth group for our next activity.

  21. Diane S.

    Made this recipe this past weekend for a dinner party. Oh my gosh, it is sinfully delicious!  Everyone loved it. Incredibly yummy. My only suggestion is to make sure you serve it warm so it oozes chocolate just like in the picture.  This dessert will firm up after it cools. You can always warm it in the oven. 

  22. Marlene

    Hi Amanda

    I can feel the weight gain by just looking at the photos. The recipe calls for lining a baking dish with foil, but the picture has the baking dish lined with wax paper. Can wax paper be used instead of foil? Thank you

  23. Julia

    Ok, I’m making 7 batches of these for our  football players Thanksgicing day luncheon. Since I’m cooking for another dinner that night I was wondering if I could take a shortcut by using another brands already made cookie dough, my question though is how many cups of that cookie dough do I use that equals your recipes cookie dough? I don’t like taking shortcuts but this time I have to. 

  24. Nicole Auger

    merci même si je ne comprends l’anglais votre receete est formidable . je vous en remercie. Je vais essayer de comprendre les mots . vous êtes d’un grand coeur pour nous la faire partager. mille4s mercis

  25. sheryl

    Hi just inquiring , the ingredients on recipe says waxed paper but the method says foil , i’m abit confused , please help?

  26. Caroline

    Hi, Laura. I know it’s been awhile since you’ve baked this cake, but I hope that you will still answer my question. I’m from Poland. Cookie dough is not so popular here. But I’ve read so far that it’s raw, non-baked cake. But in your recipe it is the bottom and it should be baked, right? Sorry for the stupid question, but I just don’t think I get the idea of cookie dough :)

  27. Kylie

    I just got done making these! Thank you so much for the recipe!! I bought a tube of pre-made cookie dough for the base, and used 2 Betty Crocker Supreme Ultimate Fudge brownie mixes (since they were only meant for an 8X8 pan). I went with 50 min. originally, but under up needing about 6-8 more minutes (I think it was due to the double brownie mixes). Thanks again!

  28. Alecia @ From Foodie with Love

    Made this for my husband’s birthday the other day. Delicious – and definitely over the top! I can think of a million ways to customize it for a different dessert experience each time! Thanks.

  29. Klaire

    I just made this and they looks so heavenly sinful! I baked mine for 50 minutes and I cooled it down for 5 hours. I didn’t have any parchment paper so I just brushed an oil on my baking pan, and it worked! I have no difficulties removing it after. I should have baked it for a few more minutes though because the brownie is too much gooey than I desired, but it’s ok.. better gooey than over cooked, right? ;) Overall, it is a must try recipe if you enjoy really sweet desserts of if you want to try something different and fun to do recipe. It’s definitely an eye catcher because of its layers. My only suggestion, you might want to make your own brownie so you can adjust its sweetness. I find it too sweet because of the combination of the brownie and oreos so I can’t have another piece after eating one.

  30. bob

    Unbelievably, The Londoner is STILL saying she invented these randomly, from ingredients she had in her cupboard! That’s despite tweeting one of your recipes mere days before she thought up *her* ‘slutty brownies’ (terrible name) all by herself.

  31. Charlie

    I made these for my brother’s birthday instead of a traditional cake. I used my own brownie recipe and added cookie dough frosting…. heavenly! Thank you!

  32. Aksh

    So totally Ohhhhh-my-gaaaaaawd!!!! Even when I’m not a chocoholic!!

    Is there a way to make this without eggs? I’ve never baked, never made any cake ever, so I don’t know if I can skip the eggs or substitute them with something else. Greatly appreciate your reply :)

    1. pinkypinky

      yes you can remove the eggs, but you need a replacement – applesauce. eggs raise the dough& give moisture to it, and so does applesauce! sorry i dont know any other replacements. ;p

  33. Kel

    These look amazing…and a bit like a diabetic coma waiting to happen! =)

    I’m so sorry the douchecanoes stole you recipe and your pic without permission. But rest assured there are people who are spreading the word that you are the original baker!

  34. Jean

    Hi Amanda,

    Been wanting to drop you a line for the longest time. Thank you for this recipe! I made this for my boyfriend and he fell in love with me all over again. These bars are the best and they have all my favorite things – Oreos, chocolate chip cookie dough and brownies! :)

    Jean xoxo

  35. Sarah

    Hello! I have made these 2 times now and I can never get the middle to cook all the way. They are a ooey-gooey delicious mess. Any tips on getting them to cook all the way through? I have tried the covering in foil for 30 mins / uncovered for 20 mins.

    -Thank you! :)

  36. Tammy

    Hey! Love this recipe:) but how come the cookies on the bottom don’t burn even when you put them in for 45 minutes?

  37. Jenn

    Hi! I made this DELICIOUS dessert three years ago and never did it again (don’t know why) and my family is still talking about it (indirectly telling me to make it again)… I think I will make their wishes come true and make it :p

    PS: If you want to go to paradise, when serving warm your bar for 30 seconds, add a vanilla ice cream scoop (just like the photo) and add WARM chocolate topping AND caramel topping too.

    Thanks for the post!

  38. Liz mills

    Hi Amanda!
    These look scrumptious! I make desserts for my volleyball team and they are going to die and go to chocolate heaven! Did I mention we play in a church league…..I just put these together soooo I will let you know if they throw me in jail for making something so illegal! (:

  39. melanie

    Great photos, tips, etc but DO NOT USE WAX PAPER…my recipe is in the oven right now and is smoking like crazy! Parchment paper or no paper at all! Fire hazard, smokes up the house and a wax flavor is left on the delicious treats…

  40. DJ

    I just made this for my son’s 25th birthday! He doesn’t like cake, and is a huge cookie lover, so this ought to be great! I followed the recipe exactly even using the parchment paper in the glass pan and covering with foil half way. It was as easy as everyone expects, takes a lot of time to smooth the layers and make it perfect. I used Birthday Cake Oreos (they have sprinkles inside). The cake was timed perfectly, and came out perfectly. The brownie just covers the oreos, but it cooks up, so it makes a perfect cake! There is a crisp layer that forms on the top, oh my, delicious and perfect for the adult birthday cake! Thanks!

  41. Amy

    My kid is going to go crazy for this! Making today for his 10th birthday in 2 9inch rounds instead of a 9×13, iced with peanut butter frosting. I’m going to gain 5 lbs in a matter of minutes.

  42. Lisa

    I know this is an older post, but I pinned it recently on Pinterest and I HAVE to make it now. Question: Do you think I could just layer the bottom with those Nestle Tollhouse Break & Bake cookies, instead of making the cookies from scratch? I’m wondering if the end result would be the same. Thanks!

  43. Sandra Faires

    We made some of these, but tried it with a layer of marshmallow creme between the oreo and brownie mixture. It was delicious we served it with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sundae sauce. It was so easy and delicious!

  44. Iliana

    I am disappointed cuz I followed directions exactly and the bars were overcooked. They did not need 30 mins covered and then 20 uncovered. If I make again I will bake for less time. Otherwise, yummy.

  45. Liz in the City

    Hi, I found your recipe on Pinterest and made them for my BBQ this weekend. Just one question: how “gooey” should the brownie layer look when you pull them out of the oven? Mine looked really gooey after 20 minutes, so I left them in for another 5, then another 5, then another 3 before they were set. Also, the Oreos popped up to the surface. Any suggestions? (besides needing an oven thermometer)

  46. Ashley

    These are so yummy!!! I took the easy way out though and use the chocolate chip cookie dough mix that comes the pouches. :) I’ve also made them with peanut butter cups instead of oreos & they were a hit also. Such a great idea!! Love easy, fast & yummy recipes!!!

  47. debbie smith

    I have these in the oven right know to take to a neighbors fish fry tonight, I tried to make them a little healthier(LOL) by adding a rolo candy in the little space between the oreo’s in the oreo layer. and then will frost them with a dark chocolate frosting.

  48. Amber Martin

    AH! I’m so disappointed… I followed the directions, but my pan was too full. It took an extra thirty minutes to bake and the brownie sank to the bottom. What went wrong?

  49. Christina

    I made two batches of these for birthdays for my class today. I used Pillsbury cookie dough, Pillsbury fudge brownies and double stuffed oreos. I only needed one pack of each thing for each batch so I’m not sure if there are different sizes to the oreos and the cookie dough but I just picked it up at Target and had no problems. I made mine in a glass pan with parchment paper. I followed what one commenter said (first 30 minutes covered and then 20 minutes uncovered). Mine needed a little longer. The first batch I went 15 minutes over which might have been a little too long and the second one 10 minutes over that. I will let everyone know how people like them tomorrow. But so far mine have turned out! AND LET THEM COOL BEFORE YOU CUT. I let them sit for an hour or more

  50. Allie Harcharek

    Just so you know, your photo was stolen and used on Facebook and Yelp by Amy’s Baking Company, the restaurant that was featured on Kitchen Nightmares and is caught in a social media firestorm for being so outrageous. If I were you, I’d send them a C&D!

  51. Anonymous

    I’m surprised there aren’t more comments on this wonderful looking treat’s page. I was lead here from the horrific drama that is playing out with the criminals who stole this photo from you and posted it on their site as their own. I hope you prosecute the owners of Amy’s Baking Company to the fullest extent of the law.

  52. SteveR

    Great looking food!
    Amy’s Bakery Company, Scottsdale, AZ (as featured on the most recent edition of Kitchen Nightmares) are sadly in the habit of passing off other peoples’ hard work as their own, as a look through their photos on FB will show. Here is a link to the image they’ve used from your blog:

  53. Janell

    Oh my goodness just looking at this makes my teeth hurt it looks amazing I am so gonna try this I’m just wondering though do you think it would work with the cookie dough mix?

  54. Pam

    I made these tonight and they are delicious! I used pre-made cookie dough (about 1 1/2 tubes), double stuff Oreos and family sized brownies (with no extra fudge sauce). I did not use waxed paper, but sprayed a glass dish and it was fine. The brownies came out easily. I might have baked them about 5 minutes too long uncovered. The cookie “crust” is not burnt exactly, but 5 minutes less might have been better. I did 30 minutes covered and I think 20 minutes uncovered. Not sure why some people have problems with their brownies not getting done all the way through…? Mine are fantastic!

  55. Meredith

    Hi! I made this recipe and it was amazing!!!!! I have a suggestion though: when I made these, they were a little too gooey for my liking. Some people love how gooey they are so you don’t have to consider it, but one of my friends made something like this but she made them in cupcake/muffin form! I am sure both of the recipes taste amazing but hers was a little more cooked. I don’t mean to make this comment negative in any way…just an idea!

  56. Sabrina

    Everything made of oreo cookies has to take amazing. The fact that theres a mention of brownies in the recipe as well promises food heaven!

  57. Season

    Is it really a tablespoon of vanilla or is that a misprint and you meant a teaspoon. Just didn’t want to put to much vanilla.. Thanks.

  58. nikki

    making this today! found it a couple of weeks ago and knew my family would love this! also had -almost- all the ingredients anyways. it’ll be the perfect dessert to go with our Braised short ribs and spinach avocado salads (can’t have too much healthiness) thanks for the AMAZING idea =D

  59. Nita Riway

    I just found your website.. your website is amazing!!
    i read all the posts and thx for the cute fonts.
    and this brownie makes me hungry!

  60. Jessica

    Oh. My. Goodness!! I just pulled a batch of these out of the oven… and they are DELICIOUS! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! :)

  61. Eve

    My son showed me a picture of this – the brownie mix being poured over the Oreos and chocolate chip cookie batter. He did not remember where he saw it but stated he wanted this for his upcoming birthday day instead of cake. So, I started Googling possible recipe names. OMJ – J is for Josh, my son. I found it! I may have to do a practice run first, can’t wait!

  62. Ginger

    It really would’ve been helpful to know what size package of Oreos. I bought what I would consider “normal” size (300 g) and only had 21 double stuffed Oreos – only enough to cover 2/3 of the 9 x 13 pan :( They’re in the oven now, so fingers crossed they’ll still turn out ok!

  63. Katherine

    I love your website, and this recipe…I made it for coworkers one day, and it was a HIT!
    Just wanted to let you know that this photo is being used on BuzzFeed on a Valentine’s Day treat article, saying to make brownie sundaes. You aren’t given credit for the photo. Just an FYI.

  64. Leslie

    Wow! Just made these and they are so easy to make and delicious but SO rich! I am taking them to a meeting and I cut them into 1/2 inch squares!

  65. Erin Hanson

    OMG we just made this and got it out of the oven and it looks and smells amazing…I ma allergic to chocolate so having this will also include a trip to the ER but sooooo worth the reaction I will have from this chocolate goodness…

  66. Ethan

    Ive made this before and its absoluty AMAZING!! I decided to make it for a holiday treat party at work. I decided to make it more christmasy and used the Holiday Oreo’s with red cream filling and then topped the brownies with red and green M&M’s…. It was Delightfull and the hit of the party!!

  67. Sherry Rook

    Hi Kevin n Amanda,
    I made this recipe on Saturday December 1st for our cookie party for December 2nd 2012. They were a part of my dessert table. They were a HUGE hit with everyone. Wasn’t any left to bring home. The only thing I would change is cutting them when slightly warm. I have printed this recipe out for several people since Sunday. Also I will make again.
    Thank you very much,

    1. Robin

      Ok…should not have lined pan with wax paper. It totally cooked up into the cookie. (Yes, I sprayed it with Pam). Wish I would have just sprayed pan only.

  68. Emily

    I just tried this receipe and it is definitely good if you are craving chocolate! I was kind of hoping that the brownie batter would make the oreos softer though. Is there a way for that to happen? What if I soaked the oreos in milk before I add them in?

  69. Melissa

    Amanda, Kevin, I just wanted to say thank you for this idea… I made these today. I was planning to make them for an event coming up. Wanted to test them first. They were a huge hit with the group of teens that I had try them.

  70. Heather

    Thank you for this recp. it has been a HUGE hit!! I am asked to make it at every function we attend.. kids friends even want is as birthday!

  71. Amanda

    My boyfriend saw me looking at this recipe and said “baby, I’m making that tomorrow”. Sure enough it was in the oven when I came home from work! Fabulous! We took the whole pan to the beach for the weekend and our friends went wild over them. My nieces thought we were the king and queen of brownie land!

  72. Joséphine

    Waouh ! Quelle magnifique recette ultra gourmande ! Je pense être obligée de la tester d’ici quelques jours, imposible d’y résister ! :-)


    yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELL YA I WANT SOME OF THOSE!!!!!!!!!

  74. Anna

    I finally made these! Before making them, I tried to find an “I-made-these-and-here-was-my-experience” comment, because too many times, I have tried a Pinterest idea or recipe and it turned out awful. All the comments so far have been “I sooo need to make these”, which is what I said when I saw them! Anyways, I would like the opportunity to submit a helpful “I-made-these-and-here-was-my-experience” comment! :D

    Here it is:
    Let’s address it layer-by-layer. The “basic” chocolate chip cookie recipe was basic only in that it contained the basic ingredients needed for chocolate chip cookies…..but taste-wise, it wasn’t so basic….it was REALLY good! The instructions are to cream the butter and sugars together for 3-5 minutes, and I have never done that before….the result was a very fluffy cookie batter! The flavor was simple and delicious.
    On to the Oreos. Their taste disappears among the milk chocolate chips in the cookie layer and the rich, fudgy chocolate taste of the brownie layer, which was VERY disappointing to me. In thinking about it later and trying to figure out how to get the taste to show up better, I have concluded that it’s impossible. Oreos just aren’t as strong of a flavor when sandwiched in between rich chocolate chip cookies and brownies! Oh well!
    And there’s nothing bad to say about the brownie layer….it’s a boxed-mix brownie layer! :D

    These bars get a 10 out of 10 for how easy they were to make…the directions were incredibly easy to follow, and my bars turned out EXACTLY as pictured. Not kidding, EXACTLY. I took them to a party that was themed “Pinterest-recipes”, and almost everyone instantly identified with the bars because they have been pinned so many times! So, what I’m saying is, you’ll get what’s promised! :)

    So I guess the only slightly “negative” thing I have to say about this recipe is that I can’t taste the Oreos!! Maybe Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups would hold their own better?

    Hope that was helpful!

  75. Joni

    Could you make these using a chocolate chip cookie mix instead of making the dough from scratch? Also, would they be good just as bars (without the hot fudge sauce and ice cream)?

  76. Stacy Coody

    I made this for my husband for his birthday. OMG!! It was so good. Extremely rich, but good. This is so a winner and keeper. Chocoholics beware.

  77. Denise

    Made these last night as part of a baking/candy spree. While they took about 15-20 minutes longer to bake, the smell while baking was wonderful! When I cut them to portion for giveaway, I was not thrilled. The taste? Okay but not amazing. You left out the best part … THESE ARE SO MUCH BETTER THE NEXT DAY!! One of my recipients asked “what’s in these? Crack? Because they are ADDICTING!” Yum!!!

  78. Lori I

    Funny thing about this recipe. I made them and I was cutting them up, they started singing “I’m Sexy and I Know It.” They are a little full of themselves. I guess having a double-stuff oreo in your middle might do that to you. Anyway, I would like to repeat this recipe and put full-sized Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in the middle instead of the oreos. That would be awesome!

  79. Amanda

    OMG this is awesome! My hubby made this last night and it is soooo good. I thought at first it might be too rich, but it wasn’t and was just absolutely perfect. I enjoy a lot of your recipes. Thank you for sharing :)

  80. Ella

    Hi Amanda

    I live in Denmark and i love baking! Months ago I stumbled by your website and this recipe – and knowing that i love cookies, oreos AND brownies I just HAD to try to bake this cake! I did it with a friend and when we took it out of the oven, sat at the table with each our piece of cake …. took a bite. No one said anything for minutes! This cake taste so wonderful! Since then I have baked it a lot – for special occasions and all my friends love it!

    Its now known as the ‘God’-cake or the ‘Orgasm’-Cake and baking it is almost like a ritual.
    Yesterday i made it for my birthday to my class in high school. And because of the reputation people couldnt wait to taste it – and were almost aggressive about the thought if they didnt get any?!

    For the cake I use my favorite cookie recipe that i absolutely adore – and we dont have the double stuffed Oreos here in Denmark, but its alright. Its still taste fantastic :D

    Thank you very much for this recipe! Me and my friends are grateful :)

  81. Vivienne Nonis

    Wow! This site is amazing! I came here solely for this ultimate triple decker fudge brownie bar but found lots more. I HAVE to make this brownie and if it all works out well I will feature it on my blog (credited to you of course). Love the free fonts too!! xx

  82. Jenn

    Can you use packaged cookie dough? Or does it have to be from scratch!?! Also I’m planning on using Nutter Butter cookies in place of oreos and instead of drizzle of chocolate sauce use a PB sauce! Can’t wait to make this tomorrow!

  83. sue stark

    09/04/12 made this recipe for our annual labor day pot luck and WOW what a hit. This is really the ultimate of bars recipe in the world..

  84. Dania

    I made this over the weekend and it was an instant family HIT!!!!! Brother who is not a sweet lover gobbled half of the pan. Will be making it soon again.
    This recipe is just pure Heaven.

  85. Katherine Y

    I made these with Reese’s cups instead of oreo and had to bake a little longer. Though my oven could just be a little different. They were a huge hit at a potluck I hosted. Made some fresh whipped cream and chocolate shavings to top it off and it was a beauty. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

  86. Fawzeih D

    I just made these for my family gathering and everyone loved them!! Made half with oreos in the middle and half with reeses for the peanut butter lovers. Both turned out great! Im going to try making a version with the brownies and reeses alone next.

  87. Lori

    Oh, my goodness, all three of my favorite sweets in one dish, topped with ice cream and chocolate syrup, did I die and go to chocolate heaven. I am going to have to try these, thanks for the recipe.

  88. Cookie

    A word of warning: a carton of double stuffed oreos is JUST ENOUGH to make one layer in a 9×13 pan. I found this out when my boyfriend and I pounced on the things, we were total fat kids and grabbed 4 EACH! And then I was making the oreo layer I quickly found out it wouldn’t be enough and had him run to the store to get more. Guess how many more fit? Yep… 8. And now we have an entire carton of oreos to ourselves, not good!!!

  89. Frankie K.

    OK, I baked mine covered, for 45 min, in a 13×9 metal pan… i used store bought Pillsbury cookie dough in the large tube ( i think it was 30 oz? ) and my cookie dough actually burned before the brownie mix could cook…. it wasnt black or anything, and it came out the pan just fine, but it smelled and tasted burned/scorched…. so, i have to say, store bought dough is probably not the way to do it…. I ended up throwing out almost the entire pan. it was a sad moment. anyone else have success with store bought dough? what kind of pan did you use? did you have to adjust the temp or cooking time?

  90. Frankie K.

    I’ve been eyeing these for over a month, and when i showed the recipe to my husband he wanted to know why I hadnt already made them, I JUST went out and bought some ingredients, though I cheated and bought the tube of cookie dough… I put them in the oven and I have 30 mins left on my timer, I’ll let ya know how they turn out! =) I’m sure homemade cookie dough would be better, but I found this more cost effective – so i’m experimenting.

  91. Elizabeth

    I made it for my mom’s birth day. Absolutly horrible. ;0 Just kidding best thing in the universe. No wonder it’s illegal in so many places.

  92. safia

    HI .. i cooked this for today it’s was so sweet .. look like the restaurants doing :p really thanx for the recipe .. i wait for what’s your new <3

  93. Amy

    I have made these now twice. The first time I made them the edges got a little over cooked but I still only came back from the party with 3 left. They were gone the next day (my 16yr old son consumed them like they were a major food group). I was asked to make them again so today I have made them again for my nieces birthday party. Huge hit. This time the edges aren’t so crunchy and I used the wax paper this time. Much easier with the wax paper to remove them from the pan and I put foil around the edges after about 35mins of cooking so the center could finish and the edges didn’t burn. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!! This has become a picnic/get together staple.

  94. Katie

    These are baking in the oven right now, for me to use as dessert for my friends and family that are helping us move this weekend….I’ll pass except for a small bite from my hubby’s because of the diet- not because I don’t want a whole one! I’m sure everyone will help us move at any time, just because of these!

  95. Melissa

    Ok, I just found your site today and I have already printed 3 really great ideas/food. I can’t wait to make these. My kids are going to go crazy.
    I too don’t know how you stay so thin when you create these amazing treats. You have a fan in Oregon.

  96. Sarah

    Tried this recipe and it tastes like resturant made. Made it for a family gathering and it was a biiiiiig hit. Thanks a million for sharing such a wonderful recipe with us.

  97. melanie

    I just popped this in the oven! Looks and smells incredible! My tastebuds thank you… but not my jeans! Love your blog!!

  98. Heather

    OMG, thank you for sharing, but please tell me you do not bake with WAX paper, you should be using parchment for baking. The wax on wax paper melts off into your food in the oven. Not the best thing to consume . Please change the wording on your post and start using parchment!’
    And thanks for the recipe, we made these and sinful is too tame a word!!!!

  99. Natalie

    These were delicious, but mine didn’t get solid in the middle before they were overdone on the outside. Can you give a suggestion how to get the middle done?

  100. Amber

    Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie n’ Oreo
    Fudge Brownie Bar

    1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
    1 cup granulated sugar
    3/4 cup light brown sugar
    2 large eggs
    1 Tablespoon pure vanilla extract
    2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 cups (12 ounces) milk chocolate chips
    1 pkg Double Stuffed Oreos
    1 Family Size (9×13) Brownie mix
    1/4 cup hot fudge topping

    Read More

  101. Amanda

    These look incredible! Just thought I’d make you aware a British blogger is passing off this idea as her own, (she gave them the name Slutty Brownies) and actually has the cheek to moan if someone else blogs about them and doesn’t credit her blog as the source!

  102. Allison

    I made this today for a family party, followed the reciepe exactly and for some reason it didn’t turn out flat and pretty like yours. It seemed like the brownie batter sunk in the middle and the cookie dough rose to the top. I have no clue what I did wrong.

    1. Katie

      i tried making it too before i went back to school for a treat for all my friends on the first day and the same thing happened to me.

  103. Michelle R

    So I finally made these. I had found the recipe months ago, but I was pregnant and had gestational diabetes, so these were definitely out. Anyway, when I made them the cookie dough rose and sort of mixed with the brownie batter. It tasted good, like a brownie cookie, but I don’t know what went wrong. I baked it in a glass pan. My husband did notice that when he took the foil off, only a little bit of the cookie dough had risen to the top around the edges, but by the time I took the pan out 20 minutes later, it had all mixed.

  104. Rebecca Hand

    These look great! Could you use refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough? I am all about the EASY!

  105. Devonte

    When I tried the cookie didn’t cook all the way through. Should I cook longer next time or will that ruin the whole thing ?

  106. Whitney

    So I have it all ready to go into the oven but the aluminum foil. Got the foil out and there isn’t enough left to cover it and I have no way to get more tonight. I don’t know what to do????!!!!!

  107. Wendy

    I’m sceered! Don’t even want to know the “nutrient” facts on these bites. But, I’m making them; sharing them; and enjoying them! Thanks for a fun and very cool recipe!

  108. Sheena

    I’m a year late at seeing this but I found it on another blog and I fell in love the second I saw it. Unfortunately, I tried it last night and my brownie was so undercooked that I called it a loss. I tried keeping it in the oven a little longer to see if that would help, but it didn’t. Any clue what I could be doing wrong? I followed your recipe to a T. Maybe it’s my oven?

  109. Naseer

    I’ve never baked before, and I was able to buy the ingredients AND make this while my wife was out for 4 hours. It was a perfect Mother’s Day present.
    As you did, we ate a bit and I took the rest to work, where the response was tremendous. Thank you! Fantastic idea and documentation!

  110. Shannon

    I made these tonight and I am in LOVE with them! They came out perfect and look exactly like the pictures. And they taste even better than I expected, if that is even possible! The fudge topping really does add to the brownies! It runs out when the brownies are warm…delicious!! Highly recommend this to anyone. And don’t think about the calories, there is nothing wrong with enjoying some dessert now and then :)

  111. Liz

    Did anyone else have a problem with the brownies not baking in the middle? I baked an extra 10 minutes and even after cooling they still were wet and gooey. Didn’t mind it and still ate them, but was just curious. I’ve had this problem with layered brownies before and don’t know how to fix it. =/

    1. Sheena

      I had the exact same problem. :( Unfortunately cooking it for even longer did nothing at all.

  112. Stacey

    Just wondering if the cookie got soft when u made these or did it stay hard. I tried a similar recipe recently and the cookie stayed hard in the middle of it.

  113. Cathy Jackson

    Me and my kids loves these things!!!! They are so sinful to eat but delicious to taste. They would have been better if we hadn’t have cooked them so long but great dessert!!!

  114. Leigh K

    I Just wanted to say thanks for all the great recipes!!! Ive made this one a few times and it is always a huuuuuuge hit!

  115. cristina ferrare

    This is out of the park insanely delicious looking. I was stopped dead in my tracks when I saw the photo. It makes me smile! Thank you for this recipe!

  116. Kim

    just wondering these look great and I know of many people that would love these.. But I have a Pillsbury premade cookie dough in the fridge.. could I use this premade cookie dough instead of making the cookie dough from scratch?

  117. Amanda

    Would it be possible just to use cookie dough from shop rite or something? as in, would it be the same consistency so it wouldn’t get burnt or anything?

  118. Alessandra carvalho

    These were AMAZING. After a 3 hour binge of eating these, I took to a gathering. It even earned me a marriage proposal or two ;) everyone loved!

  119. nanou

    This recipe is making me droolllll! I can’t wait to try it.
    I’ve been trying to “Pin it” but it’s not working :(
    Hope that gets fixed soon

  120. Rozee

    I made this for Easter and it was delicious but the brownie batter didn’t quite cook all the way. I even left it in the oven for 15 minutes longer and it was still very soft and gooey, especially in the middle. Can you tell me how I can fix this for the next time I bake this. Thank you.

  121. Rachel

    Not sure I’m going to use 1 “tablespoon” of vanilla. I could be wrong but for now I’m going with my gut and using a teaspoon cuz I can’t wait for verification. I must have these now! LOL

  122. Jennifer

    Hi Kevin and Amanda,

    I love your blog! The photography, the recipes- everything <3
    Have you seen Rosie the author claims to have created these slutty brownies but it seems like she took them off your blog and renamed them. You should really do something about it if its true. Keep up the great work and dont let her take credit for your hard work.xx

  123. Amanda

    I stumbled upon this recipe and decided that it was the best idea ever. I made it yesterday using my own brownie and cookie recipes. My boyfriend loved it! Figured he would because, coincidentally, my name is Amanda and his name is Kevin.

  124. Meegan

    I made these today, but was surprised when it took much longer than the 30 minutes to bake them. It actually took closer to an hour. I used a 9×13 pan. They look great, and I’m getting ready to cut them and plate them for my small group meeting. Thanks for such a great and easy recipe!

  125. Eesti poiss

    My friend made it for his birthday.
    Amazing, there are no other cake that could even barely touch the level of this one.
    Thanks. I’m doing it myself for my girlfriend:)

  126. Sarah

    I attempted this… Did no turn out the same way your pics look! The cookie rose too much and sunk all my oreos. I’m sure it’ll still taste delish though :)

  127. Susie Hamlin

    Made the last night! You would think, as a FACS teacher, I would read the entire recipe before making them…forgot the first 30 minutes covered with foil and they turned out awesome anyway. Thanks for the inspiration and fun blog.

  128. Christina

    I’m making two 8×8 pans of this now… One for home and one for the girls at work tomorrow… I hope I don’t over bake it! :/ I sooooo want this to turn out in all it’s delicious-ness!!

  129. Carlo/Carlo At Your Service Productions

    Oh now, see… you’re killing me. But, I love it.

    This is too sinful to be one dessert! This is my first time stopping by your blog. And I can tell you right now, it won’t be my last (time). But, hanging out with you could prove to be dangerous! How your “dessert-mind” works is insane. I would’ve never thought to combine (and layer!) these particular ingredients, like you did. You’re a bad influence.

    I mean that in a good way!

  130. RMW

    Made these yesterday with my 3-year old… not only are they to die for, but they are a great dessert to make with your kids. In any event — they were a HIT!! Amazing! Thank you!

  131. Mary

    I made these last nite, really yummy but did not like the wax paper thing bc made them too hard to get out of pan.. they are hard enough to cut as is bc so goey.. also the middle section did not cook really( brownie mix) is this normal? I cooked them as long as you said to..thanks though will I am sure be a hit tonite at our bbq

  132. Amanda

    I had been eyeing this for quite some time and finally made it tonight. I am not sure what I did wrong but my cookie part baked much faster then my brownie portion. My cookie portion was crunchy and hard and my brownie portion was perfect. Also the cookie part kind of came through the oreos and up over the brownie part in some areas. It kind of looked like a mess. It tastes good besides the crunchy cookie part. Help. What did I do wrong??? I followed the recipe to a T. =/ PS i love all your other recipes. :)

  133. sana

    okay so no idea where i could have gone wrong, except for substituting baking soda for baking powder (a website said i can substitute it and just use twice the ingredient amount), but my “cookie” part was extremely cakey! :( it was nothing like a cookie, so much so that i refrained from saying its a cookie-oreo-brownie bar and just started calling it a yellow cake-oreo-brownie bar. any suggestions??
    also in this part of the world, we dont get double stuffed oreos so had to make do with regular ones

  134. Anon

    Did you know that there is an English blogger trying to claim that she created this recipe? She’s renamed them ‘slutty brownies’. But her recipe post went up a month after yours.

    Jessica Simpson was talking about them on Jay Leno the other day.

  135. RMW

    Just found your website… am almost 5 months pregnant and needless to say, this recipe just gave me a MAJOR CRAVING. I MUST HAVE THESE NOW!!! :-)

  136. Melissa

    I’m making this for my husbands birthday because he’s not a cake fan. I may have to do double workouts for a week after I eat this! LOL!

  137. Christina

    Oh. My. Goodness! I showed the pictures to my husband, and he said the only thing that could make this recipe better is a layer of peanut butter. This looks absolutely fantastic!

  138. Lynde F

    O my goodgod!! I need to pick up 3 things at the store & I will have all the ingredients to make this should-be-illegal yumminess. I am going to try to resist;)

  139. Janna

    I tried to recreate these after seeing them on pinterest and following the link here. I’m usually really good at baking, and I followed all the directions. But something went wrong.

    Horribly wrong.

    I now have a big pile of bars with par-cooked brownie tops and burned coookie bottoms.


  140. Bridgette

    Oh dear sweet baby Jesus! I got the wifeee award of the month tonight for that dessert . It was yammers and be prepared “Got Milk.” Thank you and can’t wait to see more of your recipes! Im going to snuggle with the honey now ;)

  141. Heather

    I just made these… They are soooo good! I recommend though, if you use a premade cookie mix to add a little water and make the the butter is softened. Also, taping the wax paper to the pan makes spreading the cookie dough easier, because the wax paper doesn’t move around as much.

  142. Shana

    So… I was super excited about this recipe and couldn’t wait to try it. Unfortunately it was a complete and utter disaster :( I’m wondering if I did something wrong. They were still un-done in the middle. Even after 55 minutes at 350. Very undone. Any suggestions? I really want to give these another try!

  143. Nyssa Cox

    I made these tonight! I did everything the same except I did not use a family size brownie mix. I baked them for 30 minutes covered, and 25 uncovered. I let them cool and when I went to cut them the cookie batter was still partly raw. I am not sure what I did wrong, I had to piece them back together in the pan and cook them for about 15-20 minutes and the very centers still look a little under cooked but much better then before. They taste amazing! They sadly don’t look as pretty as yours but man are they a chocolate lovers heaven! I am definitely going to try them again, any tips would be appreciated!

  144. Christine

    WOW!!! Made this for the office yesterday as a little Valentines Day treat and people went crazy!! Im still getting emails today about this snack!! What a crazy yummy recipe….. Thanks!!! :)

  145. Wendy

    Found this recipe on Pinterest and we made these last night. Used Pillsbury cookie dough instead of my own, took 2 tubes. Everything else was exactly the same as your recipe. These are WONDERFUL. Hubby loved them, kids loved them, huge hit. VERY sweet, but soooo good.

    Used a 9×13 pan and everything fit wonderfully. To the ones that say yours wasn’t as thick as the picture, I’m THINKING that is 2 squares on top of each other. That is how I cut mine and put it on the plate and it looked EXACTLY like hers did. Mine was also gooey when I took them out, but set fine once it was cooled. Cooked it for the initial 30 minutes covered, then cooked for 20 minutes uncovered. PERFECTION, we will be making these again for ourselves and for dinners/parties. Thanks!

  146. Brandi

    I made this, I’m ashamed to admit. My punishment, aside from my heart racing for the past hour, was owning up to what I ate. So I did the math. I estimate a slice of this (1 of 24 pieces) has: 479 Calories 16g fat 35g sugar

    Santa’s Suicide fo sho.

    And it was divine!

  147. Julie

    I have these in the oven now–I used the boxed brownie mix and packaged cookie dough, and it took two boxes of the batter to cover all the cookies evenly. Oh well–can’t wait to see how they turn out!!!!!!!

  148. Wendy

    These look like they will be so worth the calories! Can’t wait to make them with my daughter for some mother/daughter time. Thanks for sharing such a fun recipe!

  149. Ashley Logeman

    Thank you for sharing the recipe!!! I bought all of the ingredients and they are all sugar-free (a LITTLE better for me…). It baked the same and tastes wonderful with ice cream and hot fudge:)

  150. diane

    I had the same problem…mine did not turn out as tall as what these pictures show. Did they put a few on top of each other? Everyone thought they were good…but they tasted like brownies…couldn’t taste the cookie dough.

    My bottom turned out like yours….I was a bit disappointed…wonder what happened?

  151. Susan

    Just wondering….I have this in the oven now…is it suppose to be a little bit undone?? I don’t want to over cook it and then it be very hard…..

  152. Lindsay

    oh good Lord. I made these for my family just now…. so freaking good. Just maybe have to serve it with a side of tylenol to offset the headache ;) thank you so much for the recipe!!

  153. Danielle

    This recipe has been sitting on one of my pinning boards for awhile now. Since the super bowl is tomorrow I decided it was time! Unfortunately, mine didn’t turn out perfect:( I had to cook them over an hour to get them even slightly set in the middle. There were still raw parts in the brownie batter and the outsides where hard. The parts we did eat are good. I have never had a recipe not turn out! If I try these again, I would definitely use a 11×13 to cut out the density of there brownies.

  154. Julie

    this is a level of chocotastic insanity I can’t even begin to comprehend……..absolutely HAVE to make these for my bday next week!!!!!! A 3-panner for sure; one pan for karate class, one for my gal pals and of course my own secret stash :D *faint*

  155. Rrk

    Wow! If you’re an Ooey gooey chocolate lover, this is your recipe. Made them and had family test them out before I plan to serve them at superbowl. So good. So very very good. I put a note not to eat the rest and I was the first to sneak two.

  156. Stephanie

    So I decided to make these for my aunt’s birthday instead of the typical cake since we have had so many birthdays in the past few weeks. The question is why did my oreos float to the top of the brownie batter while it was baking? What did I do wrong?

  157. Aubrie

    Yum! These were seriously delicious–especially those extra chewy middle pieces. I delivered them to several friends and family members and they were a hit with everyone! Thanks for the recipe!

  158. Tune

    Are the oreos suppose to rise to the top when baking because mine did? I hope that doesn’t ruin the whole thing! I made it in an 8×8 pan.

  159. Joanna

    Soooo making this for MOPS ‘n DOPs tonight! HA!!!! Now I have them! lol See if I win the dessert contest with this baby! ha ha!

  160. Rachel Sanchez

    My husband was just asking me if I could make something like this and I told him I thought it was impossible. Now I have to try it!

  161. Paula Sullivan

    Delicious. The outside bars were crispy and the inside gooey. So those that dare to eat got to choose which type they prefer. I used triple stuff Oreo’s and you get an additional layer of chocolate.

    They are being tested at my husbands office today. Next time I think I will drizzle them with white chocolate. A chocolate lovers dream.

  162. Ellen

    I am in the process of baking these right now! the only thing about them is that they take forever to make! I mean with baking the cookies and the brownie mixture and they take almost an hour to cook and with clean up! Holy cow! But hopefully they will be well worth the wait!! :)

  163. Amanda K

    I found your post on pinterest (I love that site) and made this tonight for dessert!! OMG! I am posting it on my blog tomorrow, and I came up with a new name (the name you have is a little long). I’m calling it A Diabetic’s Nightmare… thank you sooooo much for this!!!!

  164. Beckie

    If there ever was such a thing as death by chocolate….this would have to be a great example of it….I’d be willing to risk it for sure….will have to try out soon!!!!!

  165. Amanda

    I am making this right now, following directions and the brownie mix will not cook. I’ve had it in the oven for almost an hour and the toothpick still comes out gooey.

  166. Loretta

    I was sooooo excited to make this. Went to the store, bought everything…made it, got distracted by the kids & added WAY TO MUCH WATER! Usually not a big deal, except whose the braniac that was out of flour to compensate for the water?! UGHHHH!!!!!! I’m afraid its going to be a big gooey mess!

  167. Coughing Bean

    oh..dear lord..; That’s have to be heaven!!!
    I wanna try this, but if I do… I’m going to eat the whole thing by myself…
    Maybe I have to throw a party Ö!!!!

  168. Memoria

    I made the brownies, cookie dough, AND fudge topping from scratch. Everything is in the oven as I type. I am on a strict diet, so I won’t be able to eat any of this yummy-looking dessert. I made it for my aunt for her birthday and because I wanted to make it. I love making desserts more than eating them haha. Yeah, I’m weird like that. Thanks for the recipe. I hope it turns out!

  169. Pam Hussey

    ohhhh myyyyy goodness!! can’t wait to make these…they look sinfully fantastic!! i really enjoyed your vacation pics, your 4 legged babies pics & all the rest!! thanks for sharing… :o)

  170. danielle

    I just baked this recipe. It smells so good. Kids are excited to to have dessert after dinner. Hope it taste as good as it looks. Thanks for recipe.

  171. Lauren

    oh my goodness.. I finally caved in and made these last night… amazing and the guys at the fire house LOVED them.

    Will def be making for parties and meetings!

    Thanks for the great recipe!

  172. Cemi

    How long do you think these would stay fresh for?
    Say, if I wanted to send them to my girlfriend in New York, from Texas.
    It would take 3 days