The title of this is not the real name of the brownies but in being correct on my family blog I did change the name. The original name was Sl**ty Brownies but Alison from Being Alison helped me change the name to a more family friendly one.
Making these was very easy and to be honest took me no more then 10 minutes to throw together and get into the oven. After taking my first bite I totally understand where the name came from and I promise if you make them you will agree.
The ingredients list is very short:
- 1 Package Brownie Mix
- 1 Package Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- 1 Package Oreo Cookies (double stuffed are better)
You can make the cookie dough or brownies from scratch if you would rather but I was limited to my time so I did them this way instead to get it done quickly and into the oven baking.
Preheat oven to 350 Degrees. Line a 9 x 9 pan with tinfoil or parchment paper, then spray it with a non-stick spray.
Mix up the chocolate chip cookie dough according to directions. Mine only called for butter and an egg so I added a bit of water to make the dough more moist since it was going to be cooking for much longer then recommended. Then squish this down into the lined pan.
Spread a layer of Oreo cookies onto your chocolate chip cookie dough. You only need one layer no overlapping just so edges are touching. (See my picture)
Mix up brownie mix according to the directions on the box. Pour over top of the Oreo cookie/chocolate chip layers. It will go into all the spots between the cookies etc. make it sinful to eat.
Bake for 30 minutes or so, mine took more like 45 minutes but I kept checking it every 5 minutes to ensure it didn’t burn. Remove from oven and let cool, then using the lining remove the brownies from the pan and let sit to cool completely. My chocolate chip cookie dough rose up into my brownies in some spots but no one in my family seemed to care and there was no brownies left at the end of the day so I guess it was no big deal.
If your not already drooling you will be when you smell these cooking in your oven, I couldn’t wait for them to cool down so I could cut into them and try them out.