Made with Dutch process cocoa powder, chocolate chips, and lots of crushed cookies, these rich, fudgy Oreo bars are well on their way to becoming milk’s favorite ! This is so chocolaty, you may need a “a swig of milk between each bite,” like Ree Drummond. If you prefer a sweeter bite, though, try swapping milk chocolate chips for the semisweet. These brownies make an epic for your sweetie. Want to take dessert up a notch? Use them as the base for an epic !
Are there Oreo cookies in Oreo brownies?
This recipe has chopped up Oreos swimming around in the batter and floating on top of the brownies, making it abundantly clear what’s in it! Cookies and cream is such a classic combination that it translates to most every type of sweet treat. You can make easy
Do you need to use Dutch process cocoa powder to make Oreo brownies?
In this recipe, Dutch process cocoa is used for its deeper, richer taste. There is a difference between Dutch process cocoa powder and regular unsweetened cocoa. Dutch process cocoa is treated with alkali which helps reduce the acidity of natural cocoa. This results in a richly colored cocoa powder that is less sharp tasting. It has emerged as a popular alternative to the classic unsweetened or natural cocoa powder. While both
unsalted butter, cubed1 1/2 c.
granulated sugar1 1/4
firmly packed light brown sugar1 3/4 c.
all-purpose flour1 1/2 c.
Dutch process cocoa powder, sifted1 tsp.
kosher salt1 tsp.
instant espresso powder (optional)5
large eggs, room temperature1 tbsp.
vanilla extract1 c.
semisweet chocolate chips30 oz.
Oreo sandwich cookies, lightly crushed and divided
Baking spray with flourStep 1 Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Step 2 In a large microwave-safe bowl, place the butter. Heat the butter in the microwave until melted, 30 seconds to 1 minute. Whisk in the granulated sugar and the brown sugar until well-combined. Place the bowl back in the microwave for 1 minute more. Whisk until the sugar melts slightly and becomes shiny. Allow to cool slightly.