Hey guys! We have a new guest blog post for you today from the girls at LibertyonLess. We asked them to write for us because they’re AWESOME and pretty much going through the same thing we are. Enjoy!
Allow us to introduce ourselves –
We’re both recent graduates from the University of Rochester living in DC and trying to figure out the whole adult-life thing! Elyse is a finance girl who works in consulting and is about to undergo a pretty epic and exciting job change! Shianne is a detail-oriented event planner working at a politically conservative non-profit. We only started blogging about 6 months ago, so bear with us while we get through our first ever guest blog (we’re so excited!)!
This recipe is an old favorite of ours – something we used to make all the time at school for our business fraternity events and people LOVED it. And the best part is, it’s SUPER simple!
Here’s what you’ll need:
1 Batch chocolate chip cookie dough (whip up a quick batch, or buy pre-made dough)
1 box brownie mix
2/3 cup oil
1 package double stuffed oreos (cause everyone knows double-stuffed is the best…)
& here’s the not-so-secret recipe:
Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees and grease the pan and then you’re ready to start!
1. Chocolate Chip Cookie – just mix up (or buy) a quick batch of cookie dough and roll it into little balls and spread them throughout the pan, leaving some open spaces for the other layers to fill in.
2. Oreos – Crush the oreos with whatever method you find best – this is your chance to really release some anger! Then, pour the crumbled cookies into the pan fairly evenly.
3. Brownie – Lastly, mix up a batch of brownie mix (make sure it’s relatively thin so it can fill the whole pan – add a little extra water if you need to) and pour it on top of the mixture. It should seep into the empty areas and fill in space between the cookie dough and oreo pieces.
Once prepared, throw the whole mixture into the oven for about 20-25 minutes. They should still be pretty gooey when you take them out, but that can be fixed once they stand for a while, or you can put them in the fridge for a little bit to speed up the process. We always prefer to take out our baked goods earlier rather than later, and let them solidify in the fridge – that way, when you eat them they’re still fudgey!
We’ve seen this combination made a few different ways, but we’ve found this to be the best way to get the perfect ratio of cookie, oreo, and brownie in every bite! So simple, so delicious…how could you go wrong? But just a warning – they’re also super addicting and deadly! In the words of Shianne’s roommate: “These cookies are made of crack. 95% crack.”
So try it out, stop by our page, and let us know what you think!