The Inevitable Brownie Cookie

Flakey. Crisp, but chewy and fudgey in the best way. Not overly sweet. Goes very well with ice cream. It’s a brownie. But it’s a cookie. I guess this just means you won’t have to cut it out of a brownie pan.


Enter: The Brownie Cookie (If you think I’m gonna shorten this to brookie, you can leave.)

This glorious treat was everything I wanted. It was melty and gooey when warm, and it absolutely flaked up like the top of a perfectly baked brownie. I don’t think I can say enough nice things about it.


“Dear Mr or Mrs Brownie & Cookie,

We’re writing home to tell you that your offspring is just delectable. Junior brownie cookie has exceeded expectations in all of its subjects of chocolate, dipping, and splitting into groups. We just want to say how proud we are of your sweet little morsel.

The School for the Gifted”


“Paint me like one of your French Girls,’ she asked, lying in her dinosaur onesie across a well loved cookie. It was dangerous resting over a small sea of milk, but she knew that it was the danger that made it so appealing.”


“I can’t reach it!’
She cried out, being so close to having everything she wanted: Comfort in this wonderful dinosaur onesie, and food comfort in this larger than life cookie she was aiming to steal a taste of. If only she didn’t suffer from t-rex syndrome; having arms that are just too short to help with anything useful.”


Title: Milk & Cookies
Photographer: Your friendly neighborhood Rhiannon…man!
Comments: I was inspired by the impressionist movement. Because here we clearly see someone doing an impression of “no thanks, I’m not hungry” to the best of their abilities.

Alright I’m done. But really – take this as your weekend side project. These cookie bros won’t let you down and will certainly curb any chocolate cravings in a pinch.

Recipe Source: Averie Cooks

Brownie Cookies

By Rhi Published: August 26, 2016

  • Cook: 10 mins

Flakey. Crisp, but chewy and fudgey in the best way. Not overly sweet. Goes very well with ice cream. It's a brownie. But it's a …



  1. Melt the dark chocolate & butter together either in the microwave or double boiler until smooth. Let cool.
  2. Mix the eggs, vanilla & sugar in a bowl or mixer for ~5 minutes. Make sure the mixture is pale and smooth in color and you're good.
  3. Whisk the flour & baking soda together. Add into the egg/sugar mixture along with the melted butter chocolate.
  4. Throw in the chocolate chips. Cover with saran wrap and leave on your counter for ~1hr before baking
  5. Preheat your oven to 350°F and spoon out cookie dough with a cookie scoop (or spoon it out for reals) and bake for 8-10 minutes. Let cool completely on pan!

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