It's celebration time! Someone got an excellent report card this last quarter and showed great improvement! He worked hard to bring those grades up and we needed to celebrate his success!!! When asked what he would like for a celebration dinner, he chose Pizza Spaghetti (recipe on the blog), and even searched the web for a recipe. As for dessert, I thought we should try something new. All over Pinterest these days I've seen these "Slutty Brownies" and I've been dying to try them! So I tell both of my boys about them and they cringe at the name, both telling me it is too inappropriate. Thus, the start of their campaign to rename these sinful brownies and Zack comes up with...... "Angelic". He said it is ironic. Did I mention how sarcastic my kids are?
This is the simplest dessert known to man! Use a 9 x 13 or 9 x 9 inch dish, line with foil and spray with non stick spray. The bottom layer is chocolate chip cookie dough (Max made my special recipe found here).
Next is a layer of oreo cookies (placed in perfect rows by Zack). Next time I really want to try reeses cups instead of oreos (not a big fan of oreos myself), I think it would be to-die-for!!!!
Top it all off with a batch of brownie mix. Can use boxed brownies or your favorite recipe. We got lazy and used brownie mix and now I know, for a 9 x 13, you need two mixes if you want a thick brownie layer....which I do....I really really do want the thick gooey brownie layer!
Bake them until done, but still ooey gooey goodness! Voila....Slutty....I mean Angelic Brownies! Who am I kidding? These brownies are waaaaay to sinful to be Angelic! ;)
Line with foil and spray with non-stick spray: a 9 x 9 inch baking dish (can use 9 x 13 if you double up on everything)
First Layer: Baker Becky's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough here or use box mix or tube of dough
Second Layer: Oreo Cookies (or Reese's Peanut Butter Cups if you are brave)
Third and Top Layer: Brownie Mix or your favorite Brownie Recipe (double if you are using 9 x 13 dish)
Bake in 350 degree oven until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean or almost clean (if you like your brownies on the gooey side) about 30-40 minutes.
Let cool on a rack for about an hour before you lift out of pan and cut into squares. If you want to enjoy them while still hot then just cut them right in the dish and serve them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!
Recipe Shared On:
Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop
Chocolate, Chocolate and More - Thursday's Treasures
Foodie Friends Friday