Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Cookie Dough Truffle Brownies

I've been wanting to experiment with a layered brownie that was topped with unbaked (no eggs of course) honey oatmeal cookie dough and chocolate....a truffle type topping.  Not a bad little brownie with an interesting combination of textures.  Next time instead of fudge sauce I might try a plain chocolate top just for a change of pace.

Brownies:
1/2 cup tub margarine
2 squares (2 oz) unsweetened chocolate
1 cups sugar
2 eggs
1 cups unbleached all purpose flour
1 tsp vanilla

Melt margarine and chocolate together in the microwave. Stir often and be careful not to overheat. Add in sugar and vanilla Beat the eggs lightly in a small bowl before adding them to the chocolate mixture. Stir in flour.  Set aside.

Cookie Dough:
1/4 cup tub margarine
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup raw honey
1 cup old fashioned oats (grind 1/2 cup into a coarse meal)
1/2 cup shredded sweetened coconut
3/4 cup unbleached all purpose flour
1 egg
1/4 tsp soda
1/4 tsp salt

Mix together margarine and sugar.  Add in honey, oats, coconut, and flour.  Divide mixture in half.  Add egg, soda, and salt to one half.

Pour half brownie mixture in the bottom of a greased 8x8 pan.  Spread the cookie dough mixture with the egg on top of the brownie layer.  Top with remaining brownie batter.  Bake at 350 to 15 to 20 mins or until done.  Cool.

Top cooled brownies with remaining cookie dough mixture.

Chocolate Topping:
14oz non fat sweetened condensed milk
6oz semi sweet chocolate chips
6oz milk chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.  Microwave, stirring often, until mixture is melted and smooth. Spread half of mixture on top of cookie dough.  If you want a very thick fudge topping you can use the whole batch.  Chill until set.

56 comments:

  1. Nice! I'm definitely liking the contrast in textures featured here.

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  2. That looks so good. Hmmm Cookie dough.

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  3. OHMYGOSH those are so dangerous and delicious!

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  4. I just about passed out when I saw this picture! What a creation!!! It's a beauty! ♥- Katrina

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  5. These look incredible. Thanks for sharing. Cant wait to try.

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  6. Where are you coming up with all those sweet treats??? Love it as always! Looks soo amazing!!!

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  7. I make something with the same topping love the addition or oats and honey very nicely done yummy~

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  8. I'm liking your experiment here. Sounds so rich and right up my alley. I can imagine a fudgey gooey topping on there too. Hope you have a great week.
    -Gina-

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  9. I like so much the cookies and cakes in layers. Zebra-like. They are so pretty!!!

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  10. wow! these look & soun so tempting! Sinful! :) Love your blog. I am a new blogger & blogs like yours inpsire me! Thank you :)

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  11. Three of my favorite words (cookie dough, truffle and brownie) in one magical dessert? Yes, please! These look wonderful. What a great recipe!

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  12. O.M.G So amazing! These look honestly to die for. I'm such a huge fan of cookie dough!

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  13. Those layers are calling my name! I even think I have all the ingredients at home!

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  14. Oh yes please these look so yummy! x

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  15. Right so you are shipping some to me? lol! They look amazing! Like the kind of thing I would sit down with a glass of milk and not be able to stop eating... Yum!

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  16. Oh that looks amazing! What a great idea. Ny two favorites brownie and cookie! Yum!

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  17. Could brownies get any better? NO WAY!! I've got to make these!

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  18. And I'm in love.. this sounds fabulous.. did the cookie dough layer stay doughy even after you baked it?

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  19. I love seeing what you come up with in the kitchen! You have the best chocolate treats. :)

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  20. Absolutely scrumptious!!! Fabulous combination of so many good things... I would love to make these!

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  21. They look delicious! The cookie dough with the honey, coconut and oatmeal sounds scrumptious :o)

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  22. Wow! Another winning recipe! You need to do a cookbook! These sound so good!!

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  23. Wow, what a fabulous combination!!!

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  24. Addicting. This is a really gooey, treat. I wouldn't want to share.

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  25. I would have never thought of honey in an egg-less cookie dough. Very creative and looks super delicious!

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  26. Oh my...these are all things wonderful wrapped up in one lovely dessert!

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  27. They look delicious.. :) I like that combination of coconut , oats and honey :)

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  28. The layers look so good! I love brownies with added flavors like these.

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  29. These sound delicious. The ingredients you've combined are irresistible. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  30. Those layers of yumminess are calling me!

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  31. The cookie dough layer turned dense and moist after baking....the unbaked portion under the chocolate topping was still doughy...though a little on the firm side after I chilled the dessert.

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  32. Those look soooo rich and chcolatey. I really like the look of those layers :)

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  33. These sound delicious! You certainly can't go wrong with cookie dough!

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  34. A beautiful looking brownie!! The layers look so scrumptious: chocolately layers of sweet,sweet, goodness!

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  35. I love the idea of honey in these. It has got to taste awesome!

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  36. these look so good and the cookie dough - honey, oats and coconut, oh my, what a great treat would be.
    thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. hope you'll have a wonderful Friday

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  37. These looks so decadent. What a great idea. I love being creative in the kitchen and coming up with new things.

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  38. im drooling.. i appreciate all the creativity you bring! yum...

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  39. wow, what a stellar combination! Love that you used honey for these! They are stunning.

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  40. Looks lovely and I encourage you to keep trying different ways of making the layers. Just keep track of what you do because I lose my best creations all the time from not writing them down.

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  41. Oh yeah!! What an awesome idea...I love it! :)

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  42. Yet another beautiful creation! Yumm, yes I do want some please! Thank you for sharing :)

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  43. those look amazingly delicious, what a good idea!

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  44. Oh my word...these are yummylicious! Brilliant! I love everything about this delicious creation.

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  45. The idea of layered brownies sounds very interesting. They look yumm!!

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  46. These look awesome! Loved the recipe..

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  47. The layers look great. I can imagine it was a great dessert!

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  48. Oh my gosh!! This is such an insane idea, thanks so much for sharing! :)

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  49. Oh my word do those look soooo insanely good! I love that you combined two of my favorite things, cookie dough and brownies. Pure genius! :)

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  50. Layered brownies... excellent idea!! These look incredible!

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  51. Holy Batman!! Those look and sounds excitedly deeelicious. :)

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  52. I can only blame myself if I make these and eat most of them. These look way too good to just admire. You had me at cookie dough!

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  53. I could eat this all day everyday - Thank you :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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