Me and 3 of my best girls had a long overdue girls night the other week. You know the type, face masks, nails, trashy films, trashy TV, and gossiping. And food.
The best thing about a girly sleepover is that calories do not count and as we had it on a Sunday they do not count double. With this in mind I decided to make slutty brownies. I’ve made these a few times before but always with ready-made cookie dough and brownie mix. That Sunday morning I had both the time and the ingredients to do them from scratch.
If you want to make these any cookie dough/brownie hybrid will work and the ready-made mix ones are great and are done in 30 minutes. I did mine from scratch versions because I had the time/am a shameless show off. My only instruction for making these is to use baking paper or foil; it just makes the getting them out and cleaning up after bit so much easier.
For my cookie dough I bastardized a Nigella Lawson recipe and threw in white chocolate chips and dark chocolate chunks to up the chocolate chippiness – FYI Best.Idea.EVER.
The dough looks amazing in a “if I was sad I would sit on my sofa and eat this” sort of way, in reality I only ate a tiny bit to confirm that it is the ultimate cookie dough. After squidging (technical term) the cookie dough into a brownie pan I put oreos on top of them. I used regular ones because it’s all I could find but double stuffed, peanut butter, double chocolate, I imagine a switch to any of these can only enhance the naughtiness of these brownies.
Next I made the second best brownies in the world, another Nigella recipe (I heart Nigella Lawson, she taught me to enjoy food and as far as I am concerned she can do no wrong) they’re very chocolatey and incredibly nice and unlike the best brownies in the world (also a Nigella recipe) they’re relatively cheap to make, as its just bog standard chocolate bars rather than anything specifying cocoa solids. It’s a bung everything in a pan and melt it recipe and as lame as it sounds I adore the glossiness.
I wish my hair would shine like that.
Pour it all over the cookie dough and oreos and then bake in the oven at around 200 for 25-30 minutes, the brownie is meant to be slightly cracked on top but with a visible wibble.
Once baked, cool slightly in the pan but cut them while they’re still warm.