Yes, slutty brownies. I ran across a similar recipe on Pinterest (don’t we find everything on Pinterest?) and wanted to recreate them. Made a few changes and oh my – they are SO delicious. (By the way, they’re called slutty brownies because they are quick, easy and just a little dirty.)
Let me state right up front – I am NOT a chef. I’ve never had any training and I just cook for my family. I hope you enjoy the recipes I share with you, but treat them as one friend giving them to another – there’s no teaching going on here.
OK, here’s what you need to make the most decadent, gooey, yummy brownies ever (clearly this is not gourmet recipe): a box of your favorite brownie mix (or homemade, if you’re feeling really industrious), a roll of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, and a pack of Oreos. I usually use the Double Stuf Oreos, but these were on sale. They were still delish.
This next step is perhaps THE most important part of this recipe. Line your 9×13 pan with parchment paper. I cannot stress this enough. This is a seriously warm gooey mess after it bakes and you will be thanking me for the parchment paper.
Press the roll of cookie dough into the pan. I accomplish this by putting a sandwich baggie over my hand and pressing with that – no sticky hands.
On top of the cookie dough, place the Oreos.
Mix up the brownie mix according to the package directions. Pour over the Oreos.
Place in a preheated 350 degree oven and bake for 30 minutes. When you remove them from the oven, the brownies will have that glossy look brownies get – you’ll know they’re cooked. However, under the surface? There is a warm, ooey-gooey chocolate paradise waiting for you. Set the pan aside. I mean it. You absolutely cannot bake these and expect to eat them right away, unless you want a spoon dessert. They have to set up. Allow to cool for 30-45 minutes, at least. Then lift the brownies out by the paper (See? You’re welcome for the paper tip.)
Cut the brownies into SMALL portions. Trust me. These are super rich. But oh-so-good.
A variation I made yesterday, but wasn’t smart enough to get pics of, is to substitute the Oreos with Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups. Yes! I think I like it better than the original. I also used my favorite square muffin tin to bake them in. I just greased the tin VERY well and prayed hard when I removed them. I baked them for 19 minutes at 350. We still cut the Slutty Muffin Brownies (could I call those Stud Muffins??) in half to eat them, because they were so rich.