Easy Cookie Dough Brownies #desserts #chocolate

Easy Cookie Dough Brownies #desserts #chocolate

Fudgy gooey chocolate fudge brownies. Rich and velvety chocolate chip treat batter. Two of the most scrumptious sustenances ever! Hello, how about we set up them together and twofold the marvelousness! I especially love these brownies (which obviously you COULD make while never putting any treat batter on top) for their unimaginably fudgy focuses and crackly top. Ideal for holding such treat batter!

My Easy Cookie Dough Brownies are only that – flippin' simple! We'll prepare the brownies in a stand blender (or by hand on the off chance that you like) – joining eggs, spread, sugar, vanilla, ocean salt, dissolved dull chocolate and flour. This formula is more affordable that other brownie plans as it just uses 300g of chocolate, however don't stress – that is absolutely enough for an extraordinarily rich and fudgy chocolate season (I've tried with 200g and that is insufficient so pursue the formula, pls!).

At that point the brownies get prepared up, cooled, and we prepare the treat mixture! Milk (you could likewise utilize almond or other non dairy milks) replaces egg and the genuine test here isn't eating every last bit of it before it gets spread on your brownies. Good karma!

Also try our recipe Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Easy Cookie Dough Brownies #desserts #chocolate #baking #brownies #cookiedough

Rich and fun Cookie Dough Chocolate Brownies! Kids will love these (but so will adults). You have to try these! Fudgy gooey chocolate fudge brownies. Rich and creamy chocolate chip cookie dough.

Ingredients
For the brownies
  • 250g unsalted butter
  • 350g brown sugar (light, dark or even caster sugar will work - use whatever you have or you prefer. Darker sugar will give fudgier more flavourful brownies).
  • 6 medium free range eggs
  • 1 tbsp vanilla bean paste
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 300g dark chocolate (I used Tesco everyday value)
  • 350g plain flour
For the cookie dough topping
  • 175g unsalted butter
  • 180g light brown sugar
  • 50g caster sugar
  • 300g plain flour
  • 350g chocolate chips or chunks
  • 10 tbsp whole milk (or use almond milk, coconut milk, etc)
  • 2 tbsp vanilla bean paste
  • 1 tsp sea salt

Instructions
For the brownies
  1. Preheat your oven to 160 degrees / gas mark 3 / 325F and prepare a very large (or two smaller) baking trays. I used one that was 18 inches by 9 inches, or you could use 2 9x9 inch brownie pans.
  2. In the bowl of your stand mixer, or in a large bowl by hand, combine the butter (it needs to be VERY soft) and sugar and beat well for 2-3 minutes, until it's pale and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time with the mixer running, and then scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl. Add the vanilla bean paste and salt.
  3. In the microwave, melt the 300g of chocolate in 30 second bursts, stirring between each time. Let cool slightly, then pour the melted chocolate into your mixing bowl and mix gently to incorporate. Finally, add the flour with the mixer running on slow, then turn off and work by hand to incorporate any remaining flour and chocolate from the bottom of the bowl.
  4. Scoop the chocolate batter into the tin, and bake on the middle shelf of the hot oven for approx 45 mins - 1 hour. This is an extremely fudgy and gooey mixture baked in a big tin, so don't worry if it seems to be taking a long time.
  5. Obviously - if you bake your brownies in two smaller tins, they won't need as long. Start checking for doneness after 25 minutes if that's the case. Since you want your brownies to be incredibly fudgy you don't want a skewer to come out clean - the signs for doneness you're looking for are a crunchy top and the brownies pulling away from the sides of the tin slightly. There should also be zero wobble if you give the tray a shake.
For the cookie dough topping
  1. In a bowl, combine the butter and two sugars and beat together. Add the vanilla, salt and milk, and incorporate the flour before adding your chocolate chips.
To combine
  1. Allow the brownies to cool to room temperature (if you add the cookie dough to warm brownies the butter will melt and it won't be fun) and then spread the cookie dough mixture evenly on top of the brownies, in the same pan/s. Cover with clingfilm or foil and refrigerate, ideally overnight.

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