I first came across these delicious things about a year ago on (where else) Pinterest. I think the Londoner was the first to publish the recipe but I have seen it all over the internet so I am not sure who to give the credit to.
These baked goods give you a significant amount of bang for your buck. They are cheap, super easy to make and people FREAK OUT over them. They look very impressive and yet they are so simple.
This is the cast of characters…you dont have to have white wine while you make them – red will also do. You can make the cookie dough and brownie mix from scratch but I dont do that unless it will add something to the recipe. If I can make it from a box and it is delicious I am going that route. It’s all about time management people!
Ready for a few easy steps?
Okay, here we go. Preheat your oven to 350 and grease a 9 x 13 rectangular glass baking dish. (Or if you want to make a smaller batch you can use a square 8 x 8 dish and one log of cookie dough/box of brownie mix/less oreos. Your call.)
Next, have your daughter smoosh two logs of cookie dough into the bottom of it while you drink wine.
Then, add a layer of double-stuffed oreos.
Next, mix up two boxes of brownie mix according to the box’s directions and pour it on top of the Oreo and cookie dough layers.
Put the pan in the oven for about an hour. If you like your brownies on the raw side, you should start checking them at 45 minutes. I like them a little more well done. I am all about crispy edges, a moist middle and chewiness – so I tend to cook them longer. When I can shake the pan from side to side and it doesnt jiggle and I can put a knife in the center and have it come out clean – I consider that done.