Cookies and Cream Fudge Brownies


Mmm what’s better than a delicious chocolate brownie warm from the oven and a glass of milk?

As it’s the last day of chocolate week, here’s my contribution! This is a yummy brownie I made recently with Oreo biscuits, from Lorraine Pascale’s cookbook ‘Baking Made Easy’. I bought this cookbook straight after watching her BBC series last year and I’ve tried many of the recipes. Baking is really the only type of cooking that I do follow recipes and hers are very simple and easy. I’m pretty confident with my cooking normally, I like to experiment with different ingredients and make up new dishes, but I would never do that with baking because it really is a complicated science and I wouldn’t know where to start. I can’t wait to try her new wheat free peanut butter brownie recipe.

This cookies and cream brownie recipe is nice and easy, and I like the use of oreos instead of nuts. However, I really need to invest in an electric whisk to speed things up! I tend to use less sugar than the 165g stated because I don’t like them too sweet. They always turn out delicious! Chewy and soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. I recommend eating them straight from the oven with a glass of cold milk!

If you have a foolproof brownie recipe I’d love to hear from you! Also, if you recommend any other recipes from this book let me know.

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12 responses »

  1. These look too good! Thanks for sharing these, they look seriously up my street.

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  2. These look absolutely wonderful!

    The recipe from which I learnt to make brownies and blondies is this one: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4677/marbled-chocolate-brownies They are delicious – although anyone attempting it should be prepared for plenty of washing up and a long cooking time (mine took 50 minutes, not the 35 specified!).

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  3. In my RSS feed, that picture of the chewy, moist, chocolate-y brownie opens up in full size and in clear detail.
    I almost died. 🙂

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  4. YUMMMMMM, get in my belly!

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  5. Love how the oreo biccies are sticking out like half submerged treats, great recipe! 🙂

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  6. I can’t handle all the food porn…!

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  7. I love your blog!!! Although my passion is health and fitness I too love food. I especially love cookies and brownies…don’t tell my clients. Thanks for sharing all your inspiration and I will be sure to try some of your recipes.
    Kristy…Vancouver, Canada

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  8. Our college cafe used to sell a pre-made version of this from Oreo…. I can’t believe I never tried to make them at home! I usually use Ina Garten’s brownie recipe when I need a TON of brownies in very little time….. usually only for big gatherings, though. I can feel my arteries clogging just making the brownies… I usually cut the butter in them by at least 1/4 so that I don’t feel AS guilty eating them….

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