Thursday, February 10, 2011

Recipe Thursday - Brownie Covered Oreos

Each Thursday, I am going to be sharing a recipe with you!
I will pick a recipe from my collection and I will be sharing where I got the recipe and everything. But I am going to include my own photo of the finished food, the original recipe, and try and share the things I changed when I made it!

I would love your help too! If you have a great recipe, especially week-night dinner recipes (but I would love all kinds of recipes) - please share it with me, by emailing me at I will try it out and feature it on my blog! If you have cooking tips or anything else in regards to cooking and food - please email me!

This week's Recipe:
I made these as part of my treats that I gave away to friends/family for Christmas, but I think they would make a fun Valentine's Day Treat too! Not sure if you can still find the Winter Oreos in stores, but you could do it with just regular oreos too.

Brownie Covered Oreos
by Jenny from Picky Palate

1 Brownie mix (or use your own brownie recipe)

1 package Oreos (I used the Winter Oreos)

White chocolate, melted for drizzle, or Wilton White frosting pen works great

White nonpariels Sprinkles (I didn't add any of the white chocolate or sprinkles on mine).

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare brownie batter according to package directions. Leave in mixing bowl. Dip Oreos in brownie batter then place in bottom of muffin tins that have been generously sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until brownies are cooked through (doesn’t take long). As soon as you remove, take a plastic knife and run along edges, (this is VERY important so you get the cookie out with brownies not stuck to pan)

2. Let cool for 5 minutes, remove drizzle with melted white chocolate or the Wilton White icing pen, sprinkle with nonpariels and EAT!

Makes entire package of Oreos

** I could not for the life of me get these to look good when I made them in my muffin tin. They ended up looking more like cupcake/muffins and it wasn't what I was going for. So what I ended up doing is dipping them and getting as much excess off the cookies and then baking them on a cookie sheet (and parchment paper). They did spread the brownie mix quite a bit when baking, but I just cut the excess brownie off the cookie after baking and they looked great. Then we munched on the extra brownie.

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Stater said...

These look very rich... are they?

Something I never would have to put together.

Thanks for sharing.