Tri-Brownies

Tri-Brownies, otherwise known as (cover your eyes!) "Slutty Brownies," are the layering of chocolate chip cookies, Oreos and brownies in one incredible dessert. Since the original name doesn't seem very family friendly, I chose to change it up. I don't need your kid asking you what (cover your eyes again) "slutty" means. Do you feel me? But the original name was chosen because they are SO easy and SO good. All you do is buy packaged chocolate chip cookie dough and brownie mix, mix them individually, layer them with Oreos in between and BAM! Dessert!

My friend made these a while back and I immediately wanted to recreate them when my family came over. The three layers used are easily some of our family favorites, so they were a hit. You can also switch up the Oreos with different kinds of cookies or candy bars (Reese's anyone?). If I were you, I'd "borrow" some of the Halloween candy from your kid, neighbor's kid, student, niece, nephew, co-workers kid or just a random kid (I won't judge) collects and use that as the middle layer. Possibilities are endless here. Enjoy!

Printable Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 package Chocolate Chip Cookie dough mix
  • 1 package double-stuffed Oreos
  • 1 package Fudgey Brownie mix

Preheat oven according to the directions on the brownie box. Line a 9x9-inch pan with aluminum foil and set aside.

In a large bowl, make the chocolate chip cookie dough mix according to package directions. In a separate bowl, mix the brownie mix according to package directions.

Press the chocolate chip cookie dough evenly into the bottom of the lined pan. Place the Oreos on top in a single layer. Pour the brownie mix on top.

Bake according to the directions on the brownie box. Make sure a toothpick comes out clean (it might take longer than the recommended baking time).

Remove from oven and allow to cool slightly. Cut into pieces and serve.

Source: The Savvy Kitchen

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