Prep 30 mins
Cook 30 mins
extremely rich and delicious! It doesn't really have cookie dough in it but the filling makes it taste like it does.
- Mix all ingredients for the brownies in the kitchen-aid
- Spread batter into 13 inch pan
- Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
- Cool completely.
- in a separate bowl mix ingredients for cookie dough filling with a fork
- spread filling over cooled brownies.
- melt ingredients for the glaze in a sauce pan over medium heat until smooth.
- spread glaze on top of brownie filling.
I did something wrong, my brownies came out very very chewy, not soft at all (and I am sure it was my own error...I had 2 sets of helping hands in the kitchen as I was making these). Other than that (and despite that!) these are amazing. The pan is nearly gone already, just made them 3 hours ago! Thanks for posting :D
I just wanted to thank Cadylynn for such DELICIOUS recipe. I made it at home and since I could not stop eating so good it was I then decided that the only way I would not eat the whole thing by myself was sharing it with people at work. Well, took it to work and it was a hit...people were even eating it for breakfast early in the morning... a guy even asked me for the recipe!!! This is definitely a keeper...there are some people already asking me to make it again!!! Thanks so much....this recipe deserves a whole lot more stars then the 5 I am giving it!!! :)
Wow, did the people at work like this one! I brought these in to work today and left them on the community table. In the hour after I put them out, I was bombarded with emails from people telling me how good they thought these were. Definitely a rich brownie, so I got way more than 10 servings out of this (I cut them into approx. 1.5" squares, like pieces of fudge). For some reason, I was expecting the brownie portion to be kinda cakey, but I was way off base with that -- they were very gooey and fudgy. I'm sure I'll be getting requests for these again soon. Thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 09