This post is rated R. It is Restricted to those over the age of 18 and those who are not on a diet. This is a filthy, obscene, graphic post. If you are sitting down and meet the requirements listed above, you may proceed… with a glass of milk.
If you are on Pinterest, you are surely already aware of the Slutty Brownie. It has to be one of the most popular and widely circulated pins on the site, at least in the food category (I think partially because moms and grandmas get a thrill out of pinning something with the word “slutty” in it). The concept is simple: layer of cookie dough, layer of Oreos, topped with brownie batter. Uh, yeah, THAT just happened. Did you just do a double take? Knees get weak? Having funny feelings reminiscent of adolescence? Don’t worry. It’s all natural.
- Make sure you get the appropriate amount of cookie dough for your pan. One of those Pillsbury “Ready to Bake” packages is only good for an 8×8 pan. If you want to do a 9×13 pan, get either a log of cookie dough or Tollhouse’s big tub. If you get the big tub, you’ll have roughly 1 cup or so leftover. Dang… extra cookie dough… no idea what to do with that.
- Same tip for the box of brownie mix: some are labeled 8×8, some are “family size” 9×13. And brownie mix does generally require eggs, oil and water, so you’re not totally off the hook for having to raid your fridge and do some mixing.
- Every time I make these (9×13), I’ve been able to use a full tray of Oreo cookies (pictured are Halloween Oreos, hence the orange filling). You may need to break a couple in half to fit, and then fit the other half in your mouth.
With the variety of pre-packaged cookie dough, cookies and brownie mixes, this “recipe” leaves so much room for creative license. And you better believe I have been experimenting with other slutty variants. Coming soon. What do you think would make a good sleezy trio to apply to this method?
So, everyone always asks: why are these called slutty brownies? Because, they are soooo good, but sooo bad for you and you just want to smack that pan across the room for being so fricking tempting!! And, because they’re so easy, anyone can do them.
1 container refrigerated cookie dough
1 package Oreo cookies
1 box brownie mix (plus ingredients required on box)
Preheat oven to 350. Line your pan with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray.
Press cookie dough into bottom of pan, covering it entirely.
Place Oreo cookies in a single layer over the chocolate chip cookie dough.
Prepare brownie mix according to package directions. Pour brownie mix over Oreos and cookie dough.
Place in oven and bake according to brownie package directions, but you will likely need to add about 10 – 15 minutes. Pull from oven when top looks set, is starting to crackle and a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out with just a few crumbs. But let’s be honest… these aren’t going to suck if you undercook them.
You can bring the kids back into the room now. But, uh, call them… escort brownies?