Slutty Brownies

ImageWhile I was on Pintrest one day drooling over images of kitchens that I can only dream of one day having, I came across this recipe.  The first thing that caught my attention was the name obviously.  It’s such an easy bar to make in a pinch with pre-made mixes or you can put your own spin on it with homemade doughs.

Since I was in a rush, I used all store bought mixes but am going to try my own version soon!


  • 2 boxes brownie mix and all ingredients to prepare (I used a dark chocolate mix)
  • 2 36oz tubs of Nestle Tollhouse Chocolate Chip cookie dough (Will only need about 1 and a half)
  • 2 packages of Oreo’s (Regular or Double Stuff and will only need about 1 and a quarter)


  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
  • Line a 9 x 13 pan with foil and coat with non-stick spray
  • Spread cookie dough into the pan pushing down until it evenly coats the bottom (I only used about 1 and a half of the tubs so feel free to make additional regular cookies)
  • Layer the whole Oreo’s neatly on top in rows to cover the dough. You only need enough to cover it evenly.
  • Mix all ingredients together to prepare the brownie mix and pour over the dough and Oreo’s
  • Place in the oven for about an hour. At about 45 minutes insert a toothpick in the middle to see if it is done. If it is still raw then check every 10 minutes until when you shake the pan the brownie batter doesn’t giggle and the toothpick is semi-clean (will most likely have some chocolate due to the Oreo.
  • Let cool then slice in the pan. You can then lift the tinfoil and break down the pieces.

For those looking to do something with the extra store bought ingredients:

I wanted to get rid of the extra cookie dough and Oreo’s so decided to do Oreo stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies. This once again is really easy!


  • Keep oven at 350 degrees
  • Take about a tablespoon size scoop of dough and flatten into a disc slightly larger than the circumference of an Oreo
  • Place an Oreo on top and fold the edges up around the cookie
  • Take another tablespoon size or smaller scoop of dough and flatten it
  • Place on top of the Oreo and pinch together the edges of the cookie dough so it covers the Oreo completely
  • Place on a cookie sheet and bake for about 10 minutes or until lightly brown

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