Thaaank You, Betty!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

This recipe may be harmful to certain New Year’s Resolutions. Proceed at your own risk!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

When it comes to sweets, I really have very simple tastes. If it’s chocolate, then brownies are pretty much a home run. And well, if it’s a cookie, then chocolate chip is all I need. So, when I came across a recipe from the Betty Crocker website for Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies there was only one thing to do. Race to the grocery store and pick up a couple of things.

One Betty Crocker Brownie Mix and one Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie mix. I’m sure these would work with scratch recipes too, but Betty has made it so easy. She’s so nice.

Here’s what the packages look like.

Betty Crocker, baby!

Follow the directions on the box for making the brownies and pour into a greased 13 X 9 pan. I use a glass one with a lid like this.

Brownie Batter

Make the cookie mix as directed on the pouch and drop by rounded tablespoons into the brownie batter. You’ll want to press the dough down lightly.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Batter

Bake for 35-40 minutes in a 350 degree preheated oven. When they’re done, take them out and let them cool completely. For about an hour.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

Then, you can frost them with chocolate frosting or for a yummier version, do what I did.

Whip up some chocolate ganache. (Recipe below) Pour it on top and spread it out evenly.

Chocolate Ganache

Now, this is the hardest step.

Leave it alone. That’s right, you’ll want to let the ganache set up. It will be tough, but you can do it.

Chocolate Ganache

Once the ganache has set, then cut the brownies and enjoy.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

Man, these look good.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

Here, let’s take a closer look just to be sure.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies

Yep, they look good. And they tasted great! Thanks Betty!

Happy New Year and sorry in advance for ruining any of your resolutions. But, let’s face it, they probably wouldn’t last anyway. So go ahead and treat yourself.

Make these brownies:
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Recipe

Chocolate Ganache
12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate morsels
3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
6 Tbsp butter

  • In a small saucepan, heat cream and butter until just before the boiling stage.
  • Pour over the chocolate morsels.
  • Let stand about 20 seconds and stir until smooth.
  • Pour over brownies and let set before cutting.

Make Other Betty Crocker Brownies and Cookies:
Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book
Betty Crocker’s Cookie Book

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421 comments on “Thaaank You, Betty!”

  1. I made these today and loved them! Thank you.

  2. OKay, I am thinking these should be against the law! I am def going to try these at my next potluck! Yum! Thanks!

  3. ARE YOU SERIOUS? I just gained five pounds by thinking about them. But they were fabulous thoughts. I might have to cave.

  4. I went out and immediately bought the ingredients. It took me a couple days to get around to making them but my oh my! Yum!

  5. First time coming on your blog! Brookies look delicious! You have so much amazing ideas, I love its!

  6. Just curious what kind of camera do you take pics with for your blog?GREAT WORK!!! Tiff

  7. Amalia – thanks!

    Following Forward – happy hunting.

    Robert and Hannah – glad they liked them

    Kim and Cam – they’re def a conversation starter.

    Lauren – the gods of chocolate are speaking to you.

    MeltingMochi- great. glad you loved them even without the topping.

    claudia – oh yes

    mary – hope you have milk to go with them

    Stephanie – You’re safe then.

    Rachel Gray – You must have the same tastes as me

    Dave and Melissa – awesome

    Stuart and Kimber – I’m starting a bandwagon. Hop on.

    the b-line – invite me.

    Susan – yes. yes, I do.

    Donna @ Party Wishes – what fun.

    caro – thanks for the sweet comment.

    Ann (Miss Sweetstory) – I’m sure those will be good, too.

    Aphrodine – I like them warm, so, I can’t blame you.

    Missy – Hope you get a good grade. Don’t let chocolate cloud your brain.

    Jess – enjoy them

    A Cupcake Life- I haven’t, but I will be on the lookout for them for sure.

    Candi – Go ahead and make some more and I’ll surprise you, too.

    Jen – great!

    Gastrobask and Co. – Glad to bring a smile.

    Seanna Lea – Yummo!

    Ellen – Yay!

  8. Made these today – they are out of this world!

  9. I made these last night (to bring and eat at a friend’s house tonight) with the No Pudge mix and a much smaller pan. I got almost a dozen cookies and a pan of tasty brownie fun!

  10. You can`t imagine how big was my smile when I saw your comment on my blog!! All daily basis concern on this new challenge of it´s worth it because your comment. Thank you so much..and as always what you do looks so yummy, great, easy and perfect! Thank you Bakerella!!!!!!!!

  11. This is pure genius! Your blog is my new fav!!!!

  12. Alright…my cookie brownies are gone. And boy were they were OH SO GOOD. Should I make more or will you surprise us with something new to make soon? I’m starting a “there must always be something sweet ready to eat in my house” rule.

  13. Angie, have you seen the mix that already has the brownie mix and cookie dough in one box, so you can make these? I can’t remember the brand. I have tried them, and they are delish!

    Looking forward to seeing what you have up your sleeve for Valentine’s Day!


  14. that is just NOT right! my mouth is watering just looking at the pictures…going to have to make these…and spend the day on the exercise bike! yummy!

  15. Yummooo!!!!! Can’t wait to finish exams and try to bake something similar!!! *hopefully*

  16. I just made these last night. Oh. My. Gawd. They taste EVEN BETTER than they look.

    I ended up giving into temptations and eating some before it completely settled. It was worth it.

  17. I sent a batch of these to work with my husband today. They were all gone within 10 minutes and hie coworkers wanted to know if he was holding any back! Such good flavor for so little effort (and not very many dishes!) I’m going to try substituting peanut butter cookie dough next time.

    Thanks for sharing with us!

  18. what a wonderful blog ! Your pictures are beautiful and your recepies looks delicious !
    You are really talented.

  19. OMG!!!!!!!!
    These look fabulous! It’s 11:00 at night but I’m going to the grocrey store-right now!

    I made your Cake pops for my 44th birthday Bowling Party. They were a giant hit-duh!

    Keep the yumminess coming!

  20. Oh my heaven. How can you just post something this atomic on the web. Do you have any idea how hard it will be now to keep to my diet??

  21. How could you do this to me? I’m going to have to host a party so I won’t be tempted to eat the entire tray. Numnum.

  22. WOW.

    I think I have a new fav.

    I’ll follow you anywhere!

    thanks again

  23. I made these two days ago… Holy delicious. I would make them any day of the week, whether I had an excuse or not!

  24. After reading that post I feel a great affection for you, Bakerella!

  25. Oh. My. God.

    How did I miss these?! Those look incredible!!

    And, don’t worry, I didn’t make any resolutions so I’m all clear!

  26. I am going straight downstairs to make these NOW

  27. OMG!!!they are amazing!

  28. I made these 2 nights ago and they have been a hit! I skipped the ganache topping because I didn’t have the necessary ingredients. These are pure sin but in a good way:)

  29. I saw this recipe just yesterday when I was cheating and made Chocolate Chip cookies out of package. I wanted to try those brownies, but told myself no. After seeing this post, it is fate. I must make them!

  30. YUM! Makes my mouth water!
    Your sprinkle jars inspired me! I went to Ikea and found spice jars and started filling them up! They look great on my wall! Most grown up think it is a bit odd, but all the kids that come over just stare at it in amazement with a HUGE smile on their faces! THANKS!

  31. I make these last night for a scout court of honor. It was great because my son wanted cookies and brownies but I didn’t want to do both. What a great solution. They were a great hit and were gone within minutes.

  32. Oh my sweet goodness, I got giddy just at the first photo. Thanks so much for sharing! I am off to buy the ingredients right now! Yay!

  33. I like the message on the photo

  34. Wendy aka CalvaryGirl – If I knew, I would tell you. But I had a someone alter the html code to the blogger template.

    Tiffany @ Gone Country – Just show everyone the website and then they’ll make them too and you’ll all be on the same plan.

    carrie leber – I felt that way too when I saw it

    lisamaree – YAY! I love hearing things like that. So glad you were able to find what you needed in Hong Kong. Awesome.

    Linda C – yeah, don’t even think about it.

    Yasemin – careful.

    The Cutest Cottage Lamps – cool. what kind of cars?

    We Are Not Martha – I know. I wish I was as smart as Betty and Martha.

    abbie – that’s a nicer way to say drooling.

    Monika, Sweden – Me either!

    Leslie – hope you do


    more than I would like.
    Yes. A bunch of them.
    More than I like and it’s usally for butter and not food.

    Lisa @ The Hem Line – buy double because you’ll want more.

    Aphrodine – understandable

    the penrods – Yes, I will. Hi!

    Glad you tried them again with the freezer.

    As for smoothness… It’s basically a lot of tapping and/or twirling. It allows the excess chocolate to fall off and smooth out.

  35. Will you even read your 158th comment? Who even knows.

    BUT, I just have to say I love your cupcake pops. I just made them for a second time and found that using frozen balls, instead of refrigerated, made it go much smoother. I no longer felt like they weren’t worth the time.

    Also, what’s your trick of getting the candy melts to go on so smoothly? Thanks for any tips, although I don’t expect you to have time to respond to all the questions. :)

  36. There is no way I could wait long enough to let them cool. I’m perfectly fine with warm, hot, gooey, chocolate ganache goodness thankyouverymuch.

  37. Thanks for completely destroying my diet only 2 weeks into the New Year! Just kidding!!! But what a way to go. Yikes I am getting the ingredients at the store tomorrow!

  38. OK, kiddo, ‘fess up! How much do you weigh and do you eat what you make? Do you have a mouth full of cavities? Do you have a sweet tooth? How much is your grocery bill?

    You sure can bake! This weekend I’ll be having my grandsons for a sleep-over. Right now I am trying to decide which of your delights I should bake to impress those sweet, little boys!

  39. These look absolutely sinful! I MUST try them.

  40. I made those today, I’ve been eating half of the cake..
    And of course a lot of cookiedoough left overs..

    Lucky me I don’t have any new years resolutions :D

  41. Mmmm, I am officially salivating!

  42. Wow! This is an amazing idea! And one I never would have thought of. Droool.


  43. Wow 150 comments! But I have to add mine too! I just found your blog and I LOVE IT! I am making those brownies for our next car club meeting! I’m adding you to my favorites list!!

  44. oh my my!!!! they look moree than deliciiiioouss! increadible! i’ll eat the monitor!!

  45. OMG – what a treat. I am scared to even think of calculating the weight watchers points!!

  46. Could you give us a more simple or delectable recipe to try? NO!!!

    I made this yesterday (all the supplies are even available in Hong Kong) and it was quick and incredibly easy to whip up! The only change I made was to use real milk chocolate for the icing because my hubby doesn’t like ganache… and wowza… my daughter loved it so much when she woke up this morning and I asked her what she would like for breakfast, her answer was ‘brownie please!’
    Definitely a big hit and oh my god…. YUM!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing all your wonderful ideas!!

  47. that is the best recipe I’ve ever seen in my life! love it.

  48. I made these today. Soo yummy. Not going to help my Weigh-in Wed tomorrow though. For all of you who have new years resolutions to lose weight come and join me. The embarrassment I can hardly stand alone.

  49. These look awesome. Only you could make boxed mixes look like a piece of art ;) Tell me though- how do you make the background color change for your reply? Can I get that secret? *g*

  50. Stephanie – Yep, now you don’t have to feel guilty.

    Candi – I love the batter too. And I’ve seen that pan. I keep thinking I will buy it, but I haven’t brought myself around to it.

    butterfly843 – you’ll enjoy it.

    Tucker, Jess, and Brian – nope. not at all.

    Kaylyn – 13 X 9. Mayfield is one. Check the milk section in your grocery store. It will probably be near the cartons of buttermilk. I also use the grocery store brand.

    mamablingthing – Don’t make them too early or your kids will miss out.

    Lindsey – Applause!

    Bridget – yep

    Kim – yummmm

    Tequitia – have fun

    elizabeth – thanks for saying so

    Shelley- they’re hard to beat.

    Janna – stop what you’re doing and run to the store.

    Beth – you’ll hate that you love me

    Dallas_Bitchin’Kitchen – good if you like oatmeal

    Michelle – that’s what you say now.

    Michi – sounds like a plan

    jill elise – send me some. – sorry

    Karla – I won’t tell anyone

    Cake Thoughts – you’re welcome

    Christy – you should make some

    postcardgirl – just the name did it for me.

    Katrina – make enough for me

    shirley elizabeth – that’s awesome!

    Mrs. U – Great, I’m sure

    Tina – perfect

    Erin – I won’t have time to do that, but you can color white candy melts black with candy coloring. You can make the ears by squeezing round shapes of colored chocolate on wax paper. When dry, you can glue them with chocolate to the round cake pops.
    If you use a small round cutter to cut a sliver off the bottom of the round ears, they will be easier to glue and fit on to the round shapes.

    Rachelle – that was a test to see if anyone was reading. JJ. Seriously, I’m surprised no one saw that yet. Thanks, I’ll fix it.

    Mrs. Sugar Smitten – enjoy

    Sonda T – yeah, great name

    Sue – They love it too.

    Dawn – Oh, don’t wait.

    VegSF – they are

    duodishes – you must. you really must.

    teen baker – I use both. I’m def not against mixes. It’s great you like to bake. Keep it up.

    gala_amorous_productions – You’ll have a blast.

  51. I found your blog on another blog’s favs… and I love it! I got my first cake decorating book for Christmas and I can’t wait to start! You have given me such cute and fun ideas! LOVE IT!

  52. ahhh chocolate overload

    by the way i am in love with your blog you have such skill and dedication! you also use scratch and mix just like a normal person [ many baking blogs look down on mix] you serve as such and inspriration and i wish i could get as much practice as you get!

  53. Oh my. Surely, this can’t be good for you. Which means that we must have.

  54. Those look fabulous and so easy! I must try them!

  55. Guess what I have in my pantry!! Both of these! I’m so making these for superbowl! TY

  56. I just discoverd your blog! I’m glad I did but I’m not sure my hips are!

  57. oh good lord…i am all over this like white on rice! Bwaaaaahaaaaaaaa Brookies, as someone above said. LOVE THAT!!!

  58. Whoa! Yeah those are going to have to be made here pretty quickly!

  59. Yum! But I bet cream is much better ;)

    3/4 cup heavy whipping gream

  60. YUM! I am going to have to try these! I just make cheesecake brownies for similar reasons and liked how they turned out.

    Would you please do me a HUGE favor?? My daughter’s birthday is next month and her school doesn’t let you bring anything with frosting on it to class. So I thought your cupcake pops would be PERFECT! But my soon to be 4 year old wants a “Minnie Mouse” theme…..Would you be willing to attempt a Minnie Mouse Pop for me to copy? I would forever be in your debt!

    I have a link to you on my recipe blog. You can come check me out – and my mini sous chefs – at


  61. Looks fantabulous! I’m all over that for a weekend scrap retreat :)
    Thanks for sharing!

  62. I am SO going to make these!! I’m going to use homemade brownie batter and homemade chocolate chip cookie dough, though, and see how it turns out.

    I cannot WAIT to make this! All I need are the chocolate chips!!!

    Mrs. U

  63. So I made these last night (had to run to the store for some cream) for dessert with my sister and her husband. There were left over (it’s a ton and so rich!) even after leaving some with them so I was able to send some to work with my husband. I just received this text:

    “Do you have a name for this brownie cookie thing? Seriously, it’s like the best dessert I’ve ever tasted.”

    Thank you :-)

  64. I made some just like this a few months back, even without the help of Betty! Yours look great and they taste awesome!
    Now I want to make them again! :)

  65. OMG, I’ve seen this on the Betty Crocker site, but you make them just irrisistable!!

  66. Dear God!! I’d love some of these babies!

  67. Wow!!! I can’t wait to try these! Thaaank You, Bakerella! :)

    Sandee – Cake Thoughts

  68. OMG!!!!!!!OMG!!!!!! With recipes like this I’m going to have to workout more to keep my new year’s resolutions!!!!!! Well, who cares, they look delicious, thank you, bakerella!!!!!

  69. HOLY MOTHER OF BROWNIES!!!! I gained weight just looking at them!

  70. I made these for dessert, and they’re AWESOME. Except, since I’m gluten-free, I had to make them gluten-free, so I made them all from scratch, and then added peanut butter to the ganache, Oh My God. (
    Thank you thank you thank you thank you!

  71. YUMMMMMMMYYYYYY!!!! So I have come to the decision that my diet can be put on hold for a day. Sharing with my nephews, these will only last a few minutes with a glass of milk. Still drooling! =)

  72. Ugh, SO not good for my diet!!! Maybe I’ll make a batch, eat one, let the kids eat most of the rest, and then send them to school with my kids so I won’t eat them!!! Yeah, that’ll work…lol

  73. I wonder how it would taste with oatmeal cookie mix

  74. I love you for this! I hate you for this! I’ll decide which it is after I eat a few of these.

  75. I don’t know if I will be able to function like a normal person today after seeing those brownies. Holy Miracle! They look absolutely awesome! I want to make them now!

  76. WOW. I haven’t even tried this but I know this is my new favorite recipe. My two favorite things in the world together.

  77. Bakerella, what are you trying to do to us!?!
    I think I need to start a support blog for all of us who are going to be fourhundred pounds from your crazy-delicious recipes! haha!
    Thanks for sharing everything you do and of course for your fantastic photography!

  78. omg, these look soooo goood. Can’t wait to try them!

  79. I would love to use peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough…YUMMY!!!

  80. Oh, no! these look WAY to dangerous!!!

  81. My oh my, these look absolutely amazing! We should all be thanking Betty right now!

  82. These look yummy. Being that they are box mixes makes it even better on time. I think my kids may just have a chocolatey treat when they get home from school. ( what’s left anyway. )

  83. What size pan did you use? And what are some brands for the heavy cream? Please email me

  84. Amazing. Ummm … is it bad if I just want to take a spoon and eat the brownie batter and dollops of cookie dough, rather than eat the baked version? :P

  85. Two of my favorites together, can’t wait to try this recipe.

  86. Oh my! Is it bad that I could eat that whole pan of batter? It serioulsy looks THAT good! I don’t think I’d have enough left to actually cook!!
    Have you seen these?
    They are too cute!

  87. Oh, yum!!! Good thing I didn’t make THAT resolution this year… Betty, here I come!!

  88. LaDue & Crew – my pleasure

    apparentlyjessy – Fabulous.

    Anthonette – thank you

    Michelle Ramsay – these were really good

    J.Danger – enjoy

    Chantelle – yep

    Alison – don't shock yourself

    Missy – you'll love em

    Andrea – why wait?

    Yummy in my tummy – i have to give that a go one day

    Boss Of Everything – I'll take that as a compliment.

    Helana – thanks

    heartfulhome – enjoy

    WishTrish – Ummmm, thanks

    The Cookie Girl – it's worth it

    Mary – Blink

    mommaof4wife2r – You really do

    Snobound – definitely not

    Gretchen Noelle – She's a sweety

    Lori A. – thanks

    Lynne – you're welcome

    Hallie Fae – especially when my mouth is full of brownie

    Leigh – need a tissue?

    Libby – do.

    Liz Wilcken – good. aren't they?

    Kristen – I ususally just follow the recipe. But I prefer thick.

    Tammy – they will

    Stampin' Heather – good luck

    Laura – I'm a meanie

    Brandy – See, you know what I mean.

    Cassi – I don't have that much self control

    Dream Cake – you are welcome

    Melissa A. – forgive me

    jennjenn – not possible.

    Katie – probably the day's worth.

    ChristineM – thank goodness Betty did.

    Brownies for Dinner – no prob

    Karen – defintely

    Lisa – good to know. thanks for the link.

    Wanda (Fantasy Cupcakes) – She gets all the cred.

    Kebi Cedawna – thanks a bunch

    Jackie – thanks

    Baker's Cakes – Two treats in one.

    robinrane – mine grew two when eating them

    melissa – just one?

    The Bertone's – enjoy them


    1. Carefully with a really sharp knife. Wipe it off in between each cut.
    2. Try the toothpick trick. I also usually take mine out a couple of minutes before time. I like them more on the soft side.

    Amy Matthews – I wish.

    Jaina – they were.

    Sheila60526 – I love the way you think

    Rachel – wish I could help. sadly, I can only offer pictures.

    The Gomes Family – thanks

    Lynds – must make worthy for sure.

    Seanna Lea – You'd like them then.

    Laurel_Speak – dangerous for sure

    Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life – it's a sure thing

    amariaf2000 – you're welcome

    Erin – sorry.

    Kristen – There's nothing wrong with that.

    Glenda – awesome. glad you liked them

    The Ellis Family – sure

    miss shortcake – glad to help

    Mary – you're welcome

    Anonymous – haven't tried that, but I think it would be ok.

    Janelle – make some now and then

    Tanya – good and heavenly

    Janene – sounds like a plan

    Dulzura Magica – I can't comprehend it either.

    Lorrie – Have fun!

    Sherri – Enjoy!

  89. Thank you for sending my New Year’s workout and better eating resolutions straight to Hades.

    Because I WILL be making this.


  90. OOOOMMMMGGGG…these look so yummy. I will be making these my dessert at my Saturday night dinner with friends.

  91. Weight loss? whaaaaat is that ? since Ive started following your blog that thought has completely been erased from my mind!!!Those look yummy i will for sure try em!

  92. Mmmmmmmmmm. I think I might have to try these and then try them with Peanut Butter cookie dough. yum!

  93. good heavens!

  94. oh, crimeny…these look to die for! maybe i’ll save these for valentines day treat! going to be pure torture till then!

  95. If I use milk chocolate morsels for the ganache instead of semi-sweet do you think it will still set up properly?

  96. Ahhh they look delish! Thanks for sharing :-)

  97. well, I think you’ve single handedly helped me to accomplish my new year’s goal of gaining weight. In one sitting. ;)

  98. My mouth is now watering! Thank you for a new fun treat.

  99. I just made these. They are delicious. I didn’t have the ingredients for the ganache, so I omitted that part. They are great even without it. Next time I will make sure to have some whipping cream in the house.

  100. Yum! I can’t wait to sink my teeth into one! My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Maybe that’s what I’ll have for dinner…no kidding.
    I ? Bakerella

  101. Augh! My resolution is to stick closer to my gluten-free diet. This post? Didn’t help that so much!

    Hrm. I bet I can do a GF version of this…

  102. Lord help me – I gained 5 lbs just reading this post! I can’t wait to make these!! Thanks for sharing!

  103. can you just send me one…cause if I make these, there’s a good chance I’ll eat them ALL!

  104. wow, these look so good and deadly!

  105. I would definitely eat those, and I’m more of a cookie eater than a brownie eater.


  106. oh man those look so good. Im famished right now from a skipped lunch. It’s a good thing I have four wild things here that a trip to the store scares me more than the desire to consume those bad boys… this is making my list of must make recipes though!

  107. yummy,they look divine!

  108. Ooh, I want one right now.

  109. My children will freak about these! 2 of their favorite things rolled up in one. I think a 1/2 batch with cream cheese frosting would be awesome! I love cookies and cream cheese, I mean cream cheese, plain bagel spread. So this would be awesome!

  110. Oh dear, now I’m craving those, they look delicious!

  111. Will Betty send you free stuff for blogging about her recipes? These mixes will certainly be on my grocery list!

  112. ***QUESTION***
    Bakerella… i have 2 questions… 1. how on earth do u cut perfect brownie squares? what do u use??
    2. how can i know brownies are done, im scared they´ll come out too dry or undone…
    thankyou so much

  113. Those look so delish!
    I’m going to have to give that a try!

  114. holy god. those look so good. i want one now!

  115. My thighs grew an inch while I was looking at the pictures!

  116. Are you serious? That’s just wrong! Talk about “gilding a lily?” Yum!!!

  117. WHO-WEE! These sure do look good! WOW!

  118. Wow! I think I just went up a jean size just looking at those heavenly things.
    Bakerella your photography is always so great, love the pictures.

  119. Oh yeah…what a great combination.. brownies and cookies. Thanks Bakerella and thanks Betty! You are my hero!

  120. Betty Crocker makes a box of Hershey’s Cookie Brownie Bars – you don’t have to buy the cookie dough separately! Sadly I know this because the box of evil spotted me at the grocery store last week…

  121. Two great mixes, one great brownie… who knew? I bet these will be made time and time again by lots of households… just the perfect brownie!

  122. These look evil. Evil, but delicious… Thanks for the recipe.

  123. Oh…my…goodness!!! One of those ‘why didn’t I think of that?’ kind of things!!! Lord knows I’ve eaten enough brownies and chocolate chip cookies…must’ve never eaten them together before! :)

  124. I wonder how many Weight Watchers ‘points’ one of these deadly bites might be… maybe 20 points? Hmm. Might be worth it anyway. hee hee

  125. this makes absoluetly no sense! these look soooo sinful. are they too rich tho?

  126. You are an evil woman posting all those close up pictures! I drooled all over my keyboard.

  127. You can sure turn a frown upside down! I feel like I have died and gone to chocolate heaven and you are the angel.
    Thanks Bakerella you truly are the very best.

  128. Those look so incredibly scrummy… I may just have to try them! And you know, I can eat these AND stick to my resolutions! Everything in moderation!

  129. I made these on New Year’s Eve…so, so, so good! And easy. And addicting.

    Make sure there are people to share with when you make them.

  130. That is SO mean! I want these delicious looking (I can almost taste them through my computer!)Brownies RIGHT NOW!!!! YUM! I am for sure making these this week. THANKS!!!!

  131. Those look fabulous. I’m going to have to try them….off to the store!!!

  132. WOW! A cookie and brownie in one bite. My kids would go crazy over these! TFS

  133. this may be a silly question, but do you make the brownies thicker, or not? (adding an extra egg, I mean) I usually make the brownies not thick, but was wondering which method you chose? Thanks – love your site!

  134. Ohhhh……YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM….I can taste it now…..

  135. Those look sinfully delicious! I’m going to HAVE to make them!

  136. I’m salivating!

  137. Wow those look just too good for words!

  138. Oh wow! This looks amazing. Must try them very soon. :) Thanks for another great recipe!

  139. OH MY GOSH! Those look deeeeeeeee-lish!

  140. That was awfully nice of Betty! Looks delicious!

  141. Okay, I’m sure everyone else has said the same thing….but thanks for ruining my diet! These look sooooooo yummy. I’m drooling all over my laptop now. Wonder if a rice cake will take the edge off this newly born chocolate obsession???!! Probably not…

  142. shut up! i need these! now!

  143. I think I am going to go into a diabetic coma just looking at those!

  144. :0!!! This is the perfect combination for me! Chocolate on Chocolate. Looooove IT!
    Dang It! There goes another diet! LOL

  145. Ummm Yummmm

  146. Brilliant- can’t wait to try this!!!

  147. That Looks SO good!

  148. You, well you are just evil.


    Boss O x

  149. I just knew when I saw the first picture I never should have scrolled down…but I did. I could smell the brownies and taste the ganache. I even gulped at the site of it. Then I started chanting in my head “first on the lips, forever on the hips”. Let me tell ya, its not really working. Btw, great job on the basketweave, I just finished that class and i’m now learning to do tiered cakes and fondant. I’m having a bit of trouble making MMF (marshmallow fondant) though.

  150. OMG. those look amazing and I cannot wait to make these next weekend!!!

  151. ohmygod yum!
    can’t wait to make these!

  152. I think I just licked my laptop screen! Can’t wait to try those!

  153. Delish + naughty. x

  154. oh my word! I am making these!

  155. I am from South Africa and we don’t get that box mix. Do you have a good chocolate brownie recipe from scratch that you are willing to share? My email address is:

    Thanks – I sooo enjoy reading your blog.

  156. Thanks, Betty & Bakerella! Your photos make them look even more luscious….yum…yum.

  157. I knew I didn’t make any resolutions for a reason! I am so glad we get Betty in Australia too! Thanks for the great idea! :)

  158. You know, Bakerella, I just love it how you say it straight from the beginning… we are going to cave somewhere in ’09, so why not cave right into these!?! Thanks for the soft and chocolaty chewy cushion!

  159. m?d?lina – it hurts so good.

    April Van Wagenen – that does stinf. how weird. well, at least you’ll know for next time. Compromise is always good, too.

    Tammy – You’re smart

    bon-bon-bun – best part is it’s easy.

    Craig – you’re right. I was in a hurry and doubled the directions from one of my other recipes and didn’t do the conversion.
    I’ll fix it.

  160. These look great, but curious, 12 tablespoons is 3/4 cup–is there is reason to use the tablespoons, or would a cup work just as well?

  161. Wow! That looks really delicious! Two of my favourites combines to create such a delight. A challenge for next weekend =]

  162. Please DO NOT share this recipe with my 24 year old daughter…she will force me to make them for her and ship them fed ex. She makes me do these things…out of love and affection.
    Who am I kidding….I make a double batch and keep one for us!

  163. I can’t believe I read this post 1 hour too late. My daughters were fighting over what treat we were going to make tonight. One wanted chocolate chip cookies, and the other wanted brownies. We even had the exact same packages you showed! The cookies won! We will for sure try these another night! Can’t wait!

  164. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  165. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  166. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  167. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  168. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  169. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  170. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  171. it is painful too look at something so delicious

  172. Bryna – wow, look what a little chocolate will do.

    VeggieGirl – THANKS!

    Tabitha (From Single to Married) – and it didn’t even need any decoration.

    Tiffany – Hurry back.

    Anonymous – I love that name.

    Raina – I’m blushing.

    Fairly Odd Mother – you’re welcome from mine.

    ccolopy – thanks.

    Michaelynn – Yep

    L – two words… thank you

    patsy – mean in a sweet way.

    Kay – you’ll have to fight me for them

    shelby – Yessssss

    Kelli – you’ll be loved.

    Terry Talbot – hope she’s having fun with it.

    Nichole – Do I rock like Crocker?

    sweetpotato – you’re welcome

    Kelly Syferd – have fun

    Kitty – That’s what I’m talking about

    Landlocked Shores – I’m sorry.

    Stephanie – it’s more like a physical attraction

    Jess and Jen – Hope you do

    Ann – Don’t look too long, they will suck you in and you will belong to them.

    mccoy5 – funny.

    Tiffany Evitt – what can I say… I didn’t make any resolutions.

    Vallie – Yes, you will.

    Terri – Don’t worry, I took it in the best way

  173. you are truly evil. And I mean that in the best way.

  174. Holy Cannoli! I’m gonna have to make these!

  175. HOLY MOTHER OF PEARL! I just started Weight Watchers…seeing that close-up photo makes me want to throw my new years resolution out the window as I speed to the grocery store to get the ingredients for these! You are an evil woman! LOL! ;-) But you have oh such good taste!

  176. OMG! I just found a puddle under my fingers when I went to type!!! mmmm! I am now setting up my Bakerella shrine.

  177. I have seen the face of evil. and it is these brownies

  178. Looks delicious…I’ll have to try it!

  179. I’m in love!!!

  180. WOW… If I weren’t diabetic I would be in the kitchen this very moment!

  181. OH WHOA!! I can’t wait to make these!!! Good bye resolutions!! Come to mama!

  182. Wow! Those look so rich and divine. Can’t wait to make them!

  183. Bakerella, these are GENIUS! THANK YOU.

  184. OMG Those look freaking delicious! I cant wait to make them :) You rock Bakerella!

  185. Thank you for your wonderful ideas. I have made the cake pops many times. My daughter is cooking like she has NEVER done before thanks to you. You are one talented lady.

  186. HOLY COW. Thats on the next pot luck I go to, so I dont eat them all myself


  188. LOL I’m about as complicated as you when it comes to sweets… just give me something chocolate! ;) These brownies look so good! I just wanna pick one off the screen…

  189. Oh my hell!
    just what I do. not. need. but want so bad-

    Yes I am making these right away-
    thank you… I mean- you are so mean ;)

  190. one word…. YUM!

  191. Wow. Those look pretty dang addicting.

  192. OMG, I thank you for this recipe from the bottom of my soon-to-be big fat butt.

  193. You are a goddess of inestimable talents.

  194. I love Brookies!

  195. OMG those look so great. I am defiantly going to have to make those. Steals Recipe and RUNS!!!

  196. Wow – that is truly a work of art!!


  198. oh, I love you! We should be bff’s!

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