I made these for my daughter's sleep-over. Wow!! These were so incredible. Very rich and intensly chocolate. The cookie dough layer just sends it over the top. My daughter and her friends all loved them. Like the shampoo commercial says--a totally organic experience, if you get my drift.
I have exactly the same recipe from an old Taste of Home magazine and it is amazing. The different flavours work well together and it's not overwhelmingly sweet. My boyfriend (who will soon be my husband) took a few of these to work and one of his colleagues said he was pretty sure my boyfriend was making the right decision, to marry a woman who could bake so well ;-) Be careful not to overheat and burn the glaze. It doesn't take long at all for those chocolate chips to melt. Sometimes I dust the brownies with coconut instead of walnuts.
I have been making these brownies for several years and they are delicious. The only change I make is to add chocolate chips to the cookie dough batter before spreading. This is a wonderful seller at bake sales and never lasts long around the house!! Wonderful and easy!!
awesome recipe! i'm glutenfree and i used kinnikinnick flour cup fro cup and they turned out GREAT! I even brought these for my class and EVERYBODY loved them!! I will def. make these again! thanks a bunch!!
I have also had this recipe for years from Taste of Home. They are very rich and also very delicious. They never fail to please at potlucks and I have had to give out the recipe numerous times! Thanks for posting! : )
What is not to love?! Chocolate and cookie dough!! :) Great recipe!! I used Chewy Chocolaty Brownies for the brownie part and then drizzled some white chocolate on top for decoration. It would be great to tint the white chocolate, too, for CHRISTmas or other events. Thanks, ratherbeswimmin'! :)
These were very good and very easy. A little rich, but cut into small squares they'd be perfect on a cookie tray. My husband took some to work and came home with an empty plate and recipe requests!
These are absolutely delicious. I thought that 1c. of oil was too much, so I substituted 1/2c. of oil with 1/2c. applesauce. I took them to church for the after-church coffee&cookie hour, and people pretty much inhaled them. Thanks for such a great recipe - I'll definitely make these again and again!
I made these and they turned out a little greasy. Other than that i thought they were pretty good, i love cookie dough and brownies so this was the perfect combination!
I made these to take to a pot-luck dinner. Very, very delicious. The layers all go together quite well and are rich but not too-too sweet. I had to keep them away from my husband or there wouldn't have been any by the time we got to the pot-luck. Needless to say, they were all eaten and I was asked for the recipe. Thanks Nurse Di, for making me look good.