Thursday, March 31, 2016

Brownie Cookies

I recently needed a quick dish to bring to a potluck.  My secret sister at work had given me a box of brownie mix and a cute little stirrer.  I googled some ideas for stretching the box to make a little more that the 12 brownies...9 when I'm done cutting them.  I found the recipe for brownie cookies using a brownie mix!  What?  They really were good.  I baked several different trays, and I found if you undercook them they are even best, so just a minute or two before they say to take them out....when they are still a little wet in the middle-pull them out.  Raw brownies are always best!  So...if you want to stretch those brownies or need a last minute dish...try these!  The original recipe is from somethingswanky.
Brownie Cookies
*makes 2+ dozen cookies

Ingredients:  18.25 oz brownie mix (just the dry mix), 2 eggs, 1/4 c. oil, 1/4 c. flour, 3/4 c. chocolate chips.
Instructions:  
1.  Heat oven to 375
2.  Stir together all the ingredients until smooth.  Add the chips last.
3.  Drop 1 T size balls onto an ungreased cookie sheet.  These spread some, so leave 2 inches between each cookies.
4.  Bake no more than 9 minutes!

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