Half brownie, half chocolate chip cookie...how can you go wrong?
As soon as one of my students brought these squares to school as a treat for her birthday, I immediately needed the recipe. Since I couldn't wait, I decided to create my own recipe. This is possibly the simplest recipe that I have ever made...it is also very delicious and very addictive!
What you will need to make these chewy, yummy, sweet, Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies:
-1/2 log of Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough (or homemade cookie dough which would be even better!)
-1 store bought brownie mix (eggs, oil, water, or homemade brownie mixture)
-8" x 8" square baking pan
-mini muffin tins
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray 8 x 8" baking pan with cooking spray. Split a log of Pillsbury cookie dough in half (as only half is needed for this recipe). Refrigerate or freeze other half. Break 1/2 log of cookie dough into small pieces and place 3/4 into the pan as seen above. Reserve 1/4 of the pieces for later. Don't worry about the size or shape of the dough because everything will blend together in the oven.
In a large mixing bowl, combine all required ingredients to make brownies. Or, if preferred, add eggs, water and oil to a store bought brownie mix. Pour brownie mix into pan over cookie dough.
Top with remaining cookie dough.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Let cool completely before removing from pan.
Cut into squares and serve in mini muffin tins.
I dare you to try not to eat any along the way. Don't tell Rich...I ate about six. They were so good!
Enjoy...I certainly did!