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Have you ever had one of those nights when the sweet monster attacks? I know you have…
You’re standing in the kitchen rummaging through to the pantry, the fridge & the freezer and you just want something quick, sinful and sweet! You start dreaming of crazy concoctions and then it hits you…
Cookie Dough Brownies!!
What… that hasn’t ever happened to you?
Ok, well… it’s happened at our house and these little bites of goodness couldn’t be easier to make.
All you need to do is stock up on these two goodies from the folks at Pillsbury Baking…
Purely Simple Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix & Family Size Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix from Pillsbury. It’s really quite amazing how far these box mixes have come. The folks at Pillsbury Baking have been tirelessly working on creating box mixes that are just as good as homemade. What I love about them is how quick they are to mix-up, especially on those days when you have a monster craving or when you need a treat to take to an event. All you have to do is keep your pantry stocked with a few boxes and you’re all set.
I’m especially LOVING the new Purely Simple line of goodies from Pillsbury. These mixes are lovely and they don’t have any of those troublesome preservatives and artificial colors or flavors. I love’em!
Now these Cookie Dough Brownies couldn’t be any easier to make.
First, bake-up your brownies, mixing according to package directions. I like my brownies nice and thick, so I baked mine in a smaller baking dish like a 8×8 or 9×9 pan. While the brownies are cooling, mix up your cookie dough. The only change that I make with the cookie dough is that I leave out the eggs. Since we are not baking the cookies, I don’t want to mess around with possible food illness issues with the raw eggs.
Mix-up the cookie dough and then spread it on top of the brownies, carefully, while they are still slightly warm. It’s it’s just as if you are frosting your brownies. You want to have a lighter hand so you don’t tear up the brownies underneath…
Voliá… Cookie Dough Brownies!
Let the brownies fully cool and give the cookie dough time to set and then you can cut them into bite sized pieces…
This is the best of both world… It’s a chance for brownie lovers and cookie dough lovers to unite!
What’s not to celebrate about that? Sometimes you need to take a quick moment and celebrate the little things and this quick recipe is the perfect way to do that!
Disclaimer // This post is sponsored by Pillsbury Baking. I received product and payment for this post, however… I will only post about products that I truly love and use in my everyday life.2