These should probably be outlawed. They are also the highest calorie dessert I’ve ever consumed (not actually sure about that, but I’d say they are up there). This recipe actually came to me in a dream. I’m kidding, but I have been wanting to make something to this extreme for a very long time now. I have seen several variations on this recipe, but I knew with mine that I wanted to incorporate Reese’s (as I am the world’s biggest fan), and I wanted to make them so simple that you could memorize the recipe with ease.
These are my Naughty Brownies. Why are they naughty? You know when all you want to do is binge watch Netflix and eat crap for hours and lounge in your sweats and fuzzy socks? These are what I want accompanying me on days like that. Or how about in the evening, after a long day of eating nothing but healthy food, and all you crave at 8:30pm is chocolate? Naughty brownies are what I want to ruin any chance of remaining low-carb that day.
Now, my photos are quite messy, I’ll admit it. But these babies were still warm when I decided to snap a few photos; so yes, I apologize for showing you gooey, warm, melt-in-your-mouth amazingness. Please forgive me.
- 1 package chocolate chip cookie dough
- 1 package of Oreos (any kind will do, I used Original)
- 1 box of brownie mix
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (I used 6 cups)
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Follow directions of brownie mix to create batter; set aside.
- Spread a layer of cookie dough on the bottom of your brownie pan.
- Add a layer of Oreos on top of your cookie dough (fit as many as you can into the pan!).
- Pour brownie mix on top of Oreos – you want to ensure the Oreos are fully covered.
- Chop your Reese’s and garnish on top of brownie batter.
- Bake for 30-35 minutes. Allow the brownies to cool for about an hour before serving (trust me, you won’t be able to wait that long).
Happy food coma!