Oreo cookies and brownies together? Oh yes.
Quick disclaimer here…this is the easiest recipe I have on the blog. It’s a no brainer…sometimes we need these types of recipes right?
I had a baby 7 weeks ago so no brainer recipes are totally on my mind…ha. ha.
But really…they are. How do I simplify cooking and baking when caring for a newborn sweet bundle of joy? It’s easy! Used prepared mixes! In this case, I used brownie mix. Another example would be my Cheesy Cornbread Muffins – easy peasy!
Also…who doesn’t love brownie mix? The batter is insanely thick, fudgy and tastes amazing on a spoon. AND you can’t really screw them up so if you need to make a quick dessert, this recipe if for you.
So the only thing you need for this recipe is one box brownie mix (and the ingredients that go into it) and Oreo cookies. I know. I know. Can we even call this a recipe? It’s more of an idea that popped into my head – it’s probably been done before but I decided to try it out for fun, and I liked it so much that I just had to share it with you!
I can’t stand how easy it is to make these and how fun they are to make. If you have kiddos, this would totally be a fun recipe to make with them. They could easily help out and it requires minimal ingredients and clean up.
Even if you don’t have kids, make these and bring them to your family…that’s what I did! (Miss Raya Mae can’t quite eat brownies yet). I warmed them up and served them with vanilla ice cream – it’s the perfect Oreo Brownie Sundae!
Now I want to make these with peanut butter cups, rolos, cookie dough, snickers, even cheesecake…and I have 43089403 other ideas.
And that is one perfect bite.
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- 1 box fudge brownie mix
- Preheat oven according to package directions and spray a cupcake pan with non-stick spray.
- Prepare brownies according to package directions.
- Place Oreo's in the bottom of the cupcake pan. Spoon brownie batter on top then bake according to package directions, about 20 minutes. Careful to not over bake.