Monday, February 8, 2016

{monster} brownies- these are RIDICULOUS

Soooo everyone knows that the best part of football game days are the delicious treats at the party! I found myself needing something sweet to cut through all the delicious spicy, salty snacks we had around on Sunday. I had found a couple of "brookie" recipes that sounded good and decided to make a frankenstein version that combined a few of them together and I came up with what I call {Monster Brownies}

They. Are. So. Good. 

Here's what you need:
1 recipe of monster cookie dough
 {I used Paula Deen's monster cookie recipe because they are the best I've ever found!}
1 box of fudge brownies (prepared as directed)
1 bag of soft wrapped caramels {unwrapped}
1/4 c. heavy cream {I used milk to lighten it up a little}

{step 1}
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Prepare your cookie dough and brownie mix and set aside.

{step 2}
Place unwrapped caramels in a small saucepan. Add cream and melt together over medium low heat, stirring constantly, until smooth.

{step 3}
 Pour brownie mix into a greased 9x9 cake pan. {I used a glass pan so I could make sure the brownie mix baked through}
 {step 4}
Pour melted caramel mixture over the brownie batter- as shown below.
 {step 5}
Drop balls of monster cookie dough in a random pattern on top of caramel and brownie. Make sure your cookie dough sinks slightly into the brownie batter.
{step 6}
Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until the cookie has turned golden brown on top and the brownie batter sets. The inside of these bars are still gooey where the caramel mixes with the brownie batter, creating an addictive rich molten center.

{step 7}
Try not to eat the whole pan. {I failed :)}


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