Do you know these people who always ask in horror, “You can not feed PUREN Cookie Dough ??”? You can now finally answer them: “I do not do it, there are still brownies under it!”. Yeah, you heard right, today’s Cookie Dough Brownies!
Cookie Dough Brownies – the best combo ever!
I know, I have often presented the best combination ever! But while I think about this recipe, the hurricane of superlatives is spinning through my head. Do you just believe me when I say it’s really awesome? After all the “light” little tartlets with fruit, I was probably on chocolate withdrawal. It had to be right again. And then I found a photo of Cookie Dough Brownies on browneyedbaker (check it out if you do not already know the blog!). Unfortunately, I did not have all the ingredients in the house, so I changed the recipe a bit, added a few extra ingredients, and even converted the cups and ounces for you. You may need to hide the bowl from you after baking so you do not eat everything at once. Because believe me, after that you might be a little bit sick (of course I do not speak from experience at all). Here comes the recipe!
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I baked the recipe in a medium sized ceramic oven bowl. Then it has to be a little longer in the oven than a Brownieblech. If you own a Brownieblech you can use this.
For the brownies
- 100 grams of dark chocolate
- 225 grams of butter
- 1 packet of Bourbon vanilla sugar
- 360 grams of brown sugar
- 4 eggs
- 100 grams of flour
- 1 to 2 tablespoons baking cocoa
For the cookie dough
- 180 grams of butter
- 130 grams of brown sugar
- 150 grams of normal sugar
- 50 milliliters of milk
- 150 grams of flour
- 100 grams of chopped dark chocolate
Cookie Dough Brownies – that’s how it’s done
Preheat the oven to 175 degrees and grease your shape. Then melt the chocolate in a water bath. In the meantime beat butter, sugar and vanilla sugar until creamy and then mix the eggs individually. Allow the chocolate to cool briefly and stir. Finally, add flour and cocoa and mix. Then bake in the mold for about 35 minutes (in a ceramic mold, it may take a little longer, use the chopsticks sample) and let it cool.
For the cookie Dough, first make the butter and the two sugars creamy. Then stir in the milk. Then add flour and finally the chopped chocolate. Streak on the brownies and then put in the fridge for at least one hour.
Let them taste you!