Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Triple Threat Brownies (Or should I say Triple Treat?)


     Disclaimer: These brownies are only sort of homemade. They're homemade in the sense that you make them at home. But they are very easy. You can put them together very quickly. And they are very good. Here's what you'll need:


     Double Stuff Oreos, brownie mix, and refrigerated cookie dough. Yep, that's it. Three things. (If you don't count the extra ingredients that go in the brownie mix, anyway.)

     Here's what you do. First, line a 9x9 baking pan with parchment paper or nonstick foil. Press that refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough evenly over the bottom of the pan. Cover the dough with a layer of Oreos. Mix your brownies according to the directions on the box and pour the batter right over the top of the Oreos. That's it. Bake it at 350 degrees for about 40-45 minutes, or until the brownie layer is done. Cool completely in the pan, then slice and swoon.

     Since I'm trying to practice moderation in all things sweet, I cut them into small bars. But if you want something a little more festive, you could cut them big enough to hold a scoop of vanilla ice cream with some fudge sauce poured over the top. Visit Kevin and Amanda for their wonderfully decadent "even more homemade" version of these. Just be prepared to drool!

33 comments:

  1. They are calling my name.
    Mimi

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  2. Triple the treats...Triple the taste.

    I would say "Yum" x 3!

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  3. I don't feel threatened:D These look so good how could I ever stop at one piece.

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  4. Sounds great, I'm sure they were enjoyed:@)

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  5. Triple this...triple that...as long as there's chocolate...the only threat is me not living closer to have a bite. LOL

    This goodie is certainly a keeper and one I'll have to try some day...especially when in need of some baking shortcuts ;o)

    Ciao for now and flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  6. Oh my... they sure look yummy! Perfect with that glass of milk! I'll have it without the ice cream! Yum!

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  7. Those brownies are an AWESOME threat!

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  8. I love recipes like this. Simple and scrumpdilyicious!!! These look incredible. I wonder how they'd taste if you drizzled caramel over the Oreos before covering with the brownies.

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  9. Oh boy, did I see oreo cookies?? THEY ARE MY FAVORITE!! Looks wonderful.

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  10. Wow...and wow! Betty this is truly a triple treat. What an incredible and scrumptious combination:DDD
    I love to combine mixes with other ingredients.
    I used to have a book called Cake Doctor, which I gave it away as a "giveaway" last year, and that book had all kinds of creations out of mixes...but I don't recall seeing this recipe!

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  11. Oh my goodness! These look so delightful and I so want one right now :) What a fun mix of goodies :)

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  12. Now that's the trifecta of desserts! I love how easy they are to make.

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  13. These look delicious...Love the reason why they're called Homemade. :D Happy Friday!

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  14. Ohhh I like this fun recipe, I'm making these for our tailgate this weekend!

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  15. Oh heaven give me strength!!! I have found your blog and I just might eat myself into a comma!!!
    All the recipes sound and look so yummy. I'm going to start with the triple threat and work my way back. Where's my mixing bowl?!?
    New follower,
    Patti

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  16. My, my, my. These are over the top. You are officially invited to come over and bring these brownies with you. I'll go put on the coffee.

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  17. Betty, my family would LOVE these decadent beauties! And it's great to have a fabulous recipe that has a few shortcuts!! YUM.

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  18. Betty, my family would LOVE these decadent beauties! And it's great to have a fabulous recipe that has a few shortcuts!! YUM.

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  19. Triple the treat -- triple the pant size!!

    By the way, I made your apple squares from September and they were a HUGE hit and are now in my permanent cookbook! Thank you.

    Pearl

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  20. semi-homemade at its finest! i like either name, as both are apt. :)

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  22. Oops! I meant to say 'sort of' homemade sounds good to me - they would get eaten pretty quickly in this house!

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  23. This looks amazing and a big hit when the kids come to visit; love to find easy recipes that will impress.
    Rita

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  24. Oh my goodness you've really upped the ante on a regular brownie haven't you! They look absolutely thick and luscious-just as a brownie should be! :)

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  25. Now that recipe is a triple treat for sure! And a major threat to my diet! But I've copied the recipe already! :)

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  26. That's a triple treat and a gorgeous one. The plate of brownies and glass of milk are so tempting so now I've got to make them":)

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  27. Hi Betty, I just had to get back to you about your brownie recipe. So, I made the brownies for the tailgate, everybody went crazy over them, shared your link with the recipe by email, Facebook and twitter. After the tailgate I shared the rest of the brownies with my son who works for the 49ers and he shared them in the press box where they all went crazy over them, taking pictures and tweeting about how good they are. Next home game I'm making and sharing an entire pan with the press box per my son's request, just thought I would share this with you;-)

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  28. triple threat indeed- sinful and decadent would be two other words to describe this FABULOUS concoction! I love it! I mean, if you love brownies this is the ultimate recipe in my opinion!

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  29. A real brownie treat! Rich and decadent!

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  30. These are so tempting, times three! :)

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  31. These are prefect and delectable and everything that is right in the world! They look De.LiSH!

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  32. Oh my! I could seriously eat so many of those! Can't go wrong with a cookie, brownie, and oreo all in one ;)

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