Chocolate chip cookie – OREO – Brownie recipe!!

I have been Oreo-deprived for years. I don’t buy them because they are potato chips to me – can’t stop with one.  When my good friend Linda sent this recipe I thought I’d die and go to heaven.  AND it seemed toooooo simple.

I have 4 potlucks to go to so I immediately went to the big box store and bought a TUB of cookie dough, enough for more than 80 cookies.

NO trans fat

Healthy, NO trans fat

10 packages, possible trans fats

10 packages, possible trans fats

a 10-package box of Oreo cookies



Triple Chocolate, triple trans fat

and a Box of brownie mix that makes 8 batches of brownies.

First Pot luck:

  • I ate 2 packages of the Oreo cookies to make sure they were fresh. 
  • 1 layer of chocolate chip cookie dough on bottom of 13″ x 9″ pan
  • 1 layer of Oreos.
  • 1 package of brownie mix (per mix instructions) poured over top.  Didn’t seem like enough brownie mix for the 13 x 9 pan so I made 2 packages.
  • Bake 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

After 30 minutes it was soup.  After 55 minutes it was congealed enough to remove. (and I was afraid the chocolate chip cookie dough on the bottom would be burnt).  Soft and squishy and any trace of Oreo had been drowned in the brownie batter.  BUT verrrrrrrrrry tasty.

Second Pot luck:

I ate another package of Oreo’s to make sure they were still fresh and this time only made one batch of brownie mix.



2 More Potlucks to go . . . Need to buy more Oreos

Thanks Linda B.  You ARE the best!

14 comments on “Chocolate chip cookie – OREO – Brownie recipe!!

  1. How is it, Judy, that you eat like this, as you describe, and you are slim and beautiful, and I look like I eat this way and I look as I do, neither slim nor beautiful – when I’m not that bad? At least, not about the way I eat, though I could afford to indulge in more celery and less carbosugarnoodles. Not sure if this is a rhetorical question or a philosophical thought or one of my rants-without-sense. Well, I’ll figure it out while I layer the Oreos – the ones I didn’t taste-test first.
    BTW, do you have any idea how often the word “oreo” shows up in crossword puzzles?


  2. While this sounds incredible, I have to say, you have’t lived until you’ve tried a TimTam. I’ll send you a pack the next time I come to the USA. You will never forgive me. 🙂


  3. First off, Oreo’s never last long enough to even consider them as anything but fresh, no testing (or excuse for testing) required.
    Second, think it would be better if the brownies (or Oreos and milk) were just set up as a transfusion drip, that way I could ingest them while sleeping.


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