Cookie Dough, Brownie Bites

Cookie Dough Brownie Bites

August 31, 2013Danita

Cookie Dough, Brownie Bites

We saw these Cookie Dough Brownie Bites online and just had to try them.  They aren’t hard but they do have several steps so it can take a little time.

Complete recipe and instructions at bottom of the page.

Brownies and Cookie Dough

 First you make a box of fudge brownies, then you make cookie dough (no eggs)

Form cookie dough into small balls and freeze

Cookie Dough wrapped in a Brownie

 Wrap the cookie dough balls in brownie

Freeze again for about an hour

Dip in chocolate Almond Bark

Store in freezer or refrigerator

Cookie Dough Brownie bites 2

 Brownie and Cookie in the same dessert!  What’s not to love about that?



Cookie Dough Brownie Bites
Cookie Dough wrapped in a brownie then dipped in chocolate
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  1. 1 box FUDGE brownie mix
Cookie Dough
  1. 3/4 cup softened butter
  2. 3/4 cup brown sugar
  3. 1/4 cup white sugar
  4. 2 Tablespoons milk
  5. 1 tsp vanilla
  6. 2 cups all purpose flour
  7. pinch salt
  8. 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  9. Coating
  10. chocolate almond bark
  1. Prepare brownie mix according to directions and allow to cool completely
  2. While brownies are baking prepare cookie dough by beating together sugars and butter until creamy
  3. Add milk and vanilla beating to combine
  4. Beat in flour and salt until soft dough forms
  5. Stir in chocolate chips (must be mini)
  6. Line baking sheet with waxed or parchment paper
  7. Roll dough into small balls - about a teaspoon
  8. Place on baking sheet and freeze for about an hour until firm
  9. Cut brownies into 1 inch squares
  10. In the palm of your hand, flatten a square of brownie (Best to flour hands first)
  11. Place cookie dough inside brownie and wrap. Rolling helps to cover the dough completely
  12. Place back on baking sheet and freeze again for at least 30 min
  13. Melt almond bark in double boiler or microwave. I start with a couple of squares then melt more if needed.
  14. Using a fork, dip balls into chocolate to coat
  15. Place back on baking sheet to set (can return to freezer or refrigerator to set)
  1. Placing balls back on "frozen" baking sheet helps the chocolate to set quickly
  2. Use floured hands to roll dough in brownies, it can get messy.
  3. Will have extra cookie dough left over. Freezes well to be used later
  4. We made our dough balls quite small and used 11x7 for brownies. That gave us 44 "bites"
  5. To save extra melted chocolate just pour on a piece of waxed or parchment paper and allow to cool. Store in baggie and reuse later
  6. Small is good...They are VERY rich
  7. If the chocolate coating gets too thick add a little shortening to thin it out
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  • Jennifer

    September 1, 2013 at 9:35 PM

    Yum!!!! I need to try these!

  • RaShell S.

    August 31, 2013 at 1:04 PM

    Those look AMAZING!!!

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