Naughty Brownies

Have you ever done something so bad, so wrong that you felt sinful? Like doing something that’s really, really unnecessary and you immediately fill up with regret. I did something horribly wrong that I can’t take back. I need punishment for introducing you to this overindulging dessert that I created in my naughty little kitchen today. I am sorry if your scale misbehaves in the morning. It’s my fault and I take full blame. I couldn’t help it. I needed a PB and Fudge fix and I needed it in a hurry. I shouldn’t have done it, I knew it was wrong especially with swimsuit Season upon us. Kind of like you shouldn’t go grocery shopping on an empty stomach. It’s just not a good idea. The first ingredient I abused was Toll House chocolate chip cookie dough. I spread the tube in a baking dish and stared at it. I knew it wasn’t meant to be baked this way but I love chocolate chip cookie dough and needed the entire tube immediately. But still, it wasn’t enough I needed more. I swiped a bag of Reese’s peanut butter cups from the pantry and unwrapped every one of them. I placed them each into the cookie dough and still I wasn’t satisfied. I painfully mixed up a batch of gooey, fudge brownies and poured it over top of both the candy and the cookie dough. I was bad. I’m sorry I did this too you. I know you will want to try it too. But wait, I’m not finished. This is so wrong. I Topped it off by sprinkling an entire bag of semi sweet chocolate and peanut butter chips. I know I’m dragging you down with me by sharing this sinful, over indulging , totally unnecessary fudgy, peanutty recipe that is simply to die for. I am mean. Ugh! I need another slice. 

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chocolate chip cookie dough

Cookie dough pressed firmly in a baking dish

reeses' peanut butter cups

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups pressed into the cookie dough then covered in a layer of brownie batter.

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Sprinkled with an entire bag of semi sweet chocolate and peanut butter chips.

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Baked to perfection with just the right flavors are blended together.   There are gooey parts, fudge parts, cream peanut butter parts..it’s just too good to not want more.

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Naughty Brownies

Naughty Brownies
Yields 15
Layers of chocolate chip cookie dough, brownies and reese's peanut butter cups sprinkled with chocolate and peanut butter chips baked together to perfection.
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Cook Time
45 min
Cook Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 box Fugde brownie mix (betty crocker)
  2. 1 32 oz tube of pre made chocolate chip cookie dough (toll house)
  3. 1 bag of chocolate chip and peanut butter chip mix (nestle)
  4. 1 bag of Reese's peanut butter cups (unwrapped)
  5. egg, water and oil called for in brownie recipe
Instructions
  1. preheat oven to 350 and grease a 13x9 glass casserole dish. Unwrap cookie dough and press firmly into the bottom of the glass dish. Place unwraped reese's peanut butter cups in rows of four to cover the length of the dish. Press down firmly into cookie dough. Mix up a batch of brownies ( any recipe or box mix will do) and pour over the reese's peanut butter cups. Tilt the pan gently from left to right to spread the brownie mixture evenly over top of each candy. Sprinkle with chips.
  2. Bake for 50 minutes rotating pan halfway. Check for doneness by placing a toothpick in the middle of the pan. It will not come out totally clean like a cake but if you wiggle the pan and the middle seems too liquidy still, you have to bake it a little longer. When the pan is resting on your counter to cool it will continue to cook in the middle so it doesn't have to be totally baked in the oven prior to removing. You don't want to burn the edges. Cool completely before cutting.
Notes
  1. use any chocolate candy or chips that you like. To get a clean slice, refrigerate before cutting.
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  1. Ok, i made these….twice. once with fluffy brownies and again with fudgy brownies, in the same day. the fudgy is best. my kids and their friends and their parents all thought these were amazing (both kinds) and i got text after text, exclaiming how yummy these are and what a devil i am for making something so amazing that they willingly snarfed it down instantly after first bite. so i say this is a great recipe.

    however, as for me, i wasnt impressed. i loooooove everything individually but all together i didnt find the “wow” i was expecting and i used the exact ingredients listed. when you claim something “naughty” i immediately assume this will be a food that i’ll be willing to get fat over…or willing to have over other “naughty” things. but maybe if someone made it for me, without my (maybe unrealistic) expectation, i would find it “naughty” and willing to get fat over. but i dont.

    i dont think this is too rich as one friend thought. you cant get too rich for me. but if you arent a chocoholic, like i am, this may be teetering on too rich for you.

    anyways, thats my review. sorry for the lousy grammar, my keyboard isnt working properly.

  2. This looks incredible. I am kind of a peanut butter freak so I am leaning toward peanut butter cookie dough instead of Toll House. Either way, I WILL make these soon. Thank you for the creativity.