DD just made these with her friends. What kind of a child am I raising?!
Deleted link to what appeared to be porn! Yikes! I think the recipe was from Allrecipes. Maybe they deleted it due the name.
This recipe looks good if you want to make them from scratch. Otherwise, use premade cookie dough and a brownie mix. I recommend lining the entire pan with foil, as they are really difficult to get out without making a big mess.
Brownies came out bad. It appears that the cookie dough came to the top. I have 2 corners that appear to be done and the rest is pretty gooey. I got it out of the pan, but I don't think I'd serve it to anyone. It would have to be in a bowl and everyone use a fork or spoon. They didn't come out at all like the photo.
Any suggestions from those of you that have made these?
Brownies take 2! The middle still didn't get done. My thought, although I'm not going to try these again right now....bake in a larger pan than 8x8. If you do this double the cookie dough as I don't think there would be enough to cover a larger pan. My dh tried them. They are gooey, but we both agreed to toss them. So, they are in the trash. I'm bummed, but am going to dip strawberries later today.
Here's my 3rd and last try. This one worked the best. I used a larger pan, doubled the chocolate chip dough so it would cover the bottom of the pan. I baked it for 40 minutes and it probably could of gone about 5 more. I was able to get it out of the pan, cut it and actually have a piece that was a piece and not mushed. Now, the middle didn't get totally done.
I sent a text to my friend who is a Sous Chef at a resort. She said that it doesn't make any sense to have these ingredients being baked together. I also sent her the photo of what the brownies should look like. She thinks they baked each layer separately, then stacked them together using the carmel to help hold the stack.
Last Edit: Jul 8, 2014 22:42:58 GMT by CeeScraps: fixed picture