Chocolate Brownie Cookies Recipe (2024)

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If you are craving sweets, make brownie cookies with only 5 simple ingredients. We love these and the kids have a blast helping to make them.

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Brownie cookies Recipe

If you love brownies and cookies, then I have a recipe you are going to love – Chocolate Brownie Cookies Recipe! It is a decadent combination and so yummy.

Check out this video to see how easy it is to make Brownie Cookies Recipe

Everyone in my house loves brownies. They are just so good. The center is soft and gooey while the edges are perfectly crispy.

Probably the only downfall for me is that brownies take so long to cook. Fortunately, you can make this Brownie Cookies recipe in a very short period of time.

Plus, the ingredient list is super easy and only calls for 5 ingredients.

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The secret is a brownie mix.

The recipe is so easy but very decadent. Your family will go crazy over this easy recipe.

Since it starts with a brownie mix, this is a very quick and easy recipe. Anyone can make this. You don’t need any special gadgets or ingredients.

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Why we love this recipe:

  • It is so easy because it starts with a brownie mix.
  • The entire recipe is only 5 ingredients.
  • The cookies turn out so gooey and decadent.
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Ingredients for brownie mix cookies:

  • Boxed Brownie mix
  • flour
  • eggs
  • vegetable oil
  • powdered sugar (for rolling cookies in)
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How to make brownie cookies:

  • Preheat oven. It should be set to 350 degree.
  • Combine ingredients. Mix together brownie mix, flour, eggs and oil in a large bowl. The batter will be very thick by the time you are done mixing (you may even have to use your hands at the end).
  • Shape dough into balls. Pinch off a small amount of batter and roll into a ball. You can also use a cookie scoop.
  • Coat in powdered sugar. Roll each ball around in powdered sugar, being sure to cover completely.
  • Bake the cookies. Set cookies 2-inches apart on the prepared baking sheets. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes. The baking time may vary so keep an eye on the cookies.
  • Allow to cool. Remove cookies and let cool on a wire rack. They need to sit a few minutes on the baking sheet before you move them or they might crumble.

How to store Brownie mix cookies

Place the cookies inside an airtight container. They will keep at room temperature for up to 1 to 2 weeks.

My kids go crazy over these cookies so they rarely last that long at our house. Everyone eats these pretty quickly.

Tip: Keep a piece of bread in the container with the cookies to keep them moist while you store them.

How to freeze cookies

You can freeze the dough or the baked cookies. Either option can be frozen up to 3 months.

  • Freeze the Dough
  • Shape the cookies into balls.
  • Place on a baking sheet and freeze for 3 to 4 hours.
  • Then store the frozen cookie dough balls in a freezer container or bag.
  • Allow to thaw overnight in the fridge when ready to enjoy. You can also bake them frozen but add a few extra minutes to the cooking time.
  • Freeze the cookies
  • Allow the baked cookies to cool.
  • Place inside a freezer container with parchment paper in between the layers.
  • When ready to enjoy, allow to thaw in the fridge overnight.

Both of these options will allow you to enjoy cookies any day of the week without much work. We often double the recipe just to have some to freeze.

It makes last minute get togethers or parties so easy with cookies ready to go.

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Tips for making Brownie Cookies

  • It is easiest to make the balls if you use a cookie scoop. They will all be uniform and the cookies will bake evenly. It also makes it so quick to make each ball.
  • The cookies will be soft in the middle but continue to cook on the pan once out of the oven. Don’t be tempted to continue baking them or you will overcook the cookies.
  • You can use any brand of brownie mix you prefer. We used Betty Crocker but Duncan Hines or store brand make good options too.
  • The dough can be chilled for 30 minutes in the refrigerator before scooping. This will make the dough more manageable to scoop. It will also prevent it from spreading too thin while baking.
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Variations

  • Espresso Powder is a tasty add-in. The combination with chocolate is really yummy.
  • Peanut Butter Chips make a fabulous flavor twist. Peanut butter fans will love this. Just toss in handful into the batter.
  • Try different types of brownie mix. Dark Chocolate is delicious.
  • Caramel Chips turn this cookie into a gooey decadent combination. Skip the powdered sugar and sprinkle with sea salt once baked.
  • Butterscotch Chips make another great variety to try. The flavor is amazing.
  • Make ice cream sandwiches with the cookies. Place ice cream in between 2 cookies for a treat everyone will enjoy.
  • Add a ½ cup of chocolate chips to make these even more decadent. You can use milk chocolate, dark chocolate or even white chocolate.
  • Top the cookies before baking with more chocolate chips. Simply press a few chocolate chips into each cookie. This will enhance the chocolate flavor for the perfect treat for chocolate fans.
  • Chopped pecans or walnuts taste delicious in this recipe. You can add ½ cup to the batter.
  • Top the cookies with sprinkles for holidays, birthday parties and more. It is an easy way to jazz them up for an extra special touch.
  • Vegetable or Canola Oil can be used in this recipe.

This is the best brownie cookie recipe.

Make these Brownie Cookies today and impress your friends during your next cookie exchange. These cookies are great to include on a plate of cookies to the neighbors, too.

It is a great recipe and everyone will love these fudgy brownie cookies. Since it starts with a brownie mix, the ingredient list is minimum. You don’t need to use baking powder and salt.

The entire recipe is just so simple. Give it a try for a wonderful treat in minutes. Everyone will ask for this over and over.

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Brownie Cookies

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Try this easy Chocolate Brownie Cookies recipe. They are easy to make but taste amazing. They are fabulous around the holidays, just because.

Cook Time 15 minutes mins

Total Time 15 minutes mins

Servings 20

Cuisine American

Course Dessert

Calories 188

Author Carrie Barnard

Ingredients

  • 1 box Brownie mix (18 oz)
  • 1 cup flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/3 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar (for rolling cookies in)

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

  • Mix together brownie mix, flour, eggs and oil with a wooden or solid plastic spoon. The batter will be very thick by the time you are done mixing.

  • Scoop out the cookie dough with a cookie scoop and roll the cookie dough in powdered sugar.

  • Set cookies 2-inches apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes until the cookies are set.

  • Remove the cookies and cool on the cookie sheet for 5 minutes.

  • Then move to a wire rack to cool completely.

Recipe Notes

*Store these cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1-2 weeks. Keep a piece of bread in the container with the cookies to keep them moist while you store them.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 188kcal, Carbohydrates 28g, Protein 3g, Fat 7g, Saturated Fat 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat 2g, Monounsaturated Fat 3g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 25mg, Sodium 84mg, Potassium 16mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 16g, Vitamin A 36IU, Calcium 5mg, Iron 1mg

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What type of cookie is a brownie responses? ›

Brownies are an example of a batter-type bar cookie, while Rice Krispie treats are a bar cookie that doesn't require baking, perhaps similar to a cereal bar. In British English, bar cookies are known as "tray bakes". Favorites for special occasions, these cookies are often refrigerated before shaping and baking.

What's the difference between a brownie and a brownie cookie? ›

Brownies are baked in a pan, like cake and are usually cut into squares. Cookies are baked in individual pieces, usually in round shapes.

Why are my brownie cookies flat? ›

The first would be not mixing the egg mixture long enough (2-3 minutes on high is the minimum). Second, if you skimped on or entirely skipped the chilling step, your cookies will be flat. And finally, if you add the cookie dough to a hot cookie sheet, your brownie cookies will spread too much and become flat.

Why are my brownies tough and chewy? ›

While butter is the only fat used in fudgy and cakey brownies, chewy brownies benefit from the addition of canola oil (which is also why this version may remind you of the boxed mixes). The addition of brown sugar is also crucial, because it speeds gluten formation, resulting in a chewier texture.

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Cookies are small pieces of text sent to your browser by a website you visit. They help that website remember information about your visit, which can both make it easier to visit the site again and make the site more useful to you.

What is the old version of brownies? ›

Did you know that Brownies were originally called 'Rosebuds'? Rosebuds was established in 1914 for girls to join before they became Guides. Just one year later, the name was changed to Brownies. Brownies are the second-youngest members of the Girlguiding family, for girls aged between 7 and 10.

What are the three types of brownies? ›

Brownie textures fall into three general camps… Cakey, fudgy and chewy. Cakey brownies, like the name implies, are light, moist and airy, with a slightly fluffy, cake-like interior. Fudgy brownies are moist, dense and gooey, with almost the texture of fudge, but not quite as compact.

What's healthier cookies or brownies? ›

One chocolate chip cookie also has considerably fewer calories than a brownie, with the average brownie containing about 130 calories. Considering that brownies and chocolate chip cookies have comparable nutritional profiles, neither is better for you than the other.

What is the secret ingredient to keep cookies soft? ›

If you enjoy your cookies soft and chewy, chances are likely the recipe contains a common ingredient that serves a very specific purpose. No, it's not granulated sugar, nor the butter. It's not the egg, all-purpose flour, or even the vanilla extract. The simple, yet oh-so-necessary component is cornstarch.

Should I use baking soda or baking powder in cookies? ›

Baking soda is typically used for chewy cookies, while baking powder is generally used for light and airy cookies. Since baking powder is comprised of a number of ingredients (baking soda, cream of tartar, cornstarch, etc.), using it instead of pure baking soda will affect the taste of your cookies.

What happens if you put too much baking soda in cookies? ›

Too much baking soda will result in a soapy taste with a coarse, open crumb.

What happens if you don't put enough butter in brownies? ›

I didn't use enough butter in this batch and it muted the flavor of the brownies. I thought less butter would have made these brownies less mushy than their counterparts, but they were just as soft in the center and held onto their chewy edges.

What happens if you don't put enough eggs in brownies? ›

Without eggs, baked goods will become a little thinner and not rise as much in the oven. As long as you replace the moisture from the egg with milk, banana or applesauce, you can make brownies without eggs. And yes, this recipe makes thinner brownies than normal.

What happens if you use baking soda instead of baking powder in brownies? ›

If you accidentally add baking soda instead of baking powder to baked goods, they won't rise because there is not enough acid. To fix this, add about one tablespoon of white or apple cider vinegar for every half teaspoon of baking soda to the liquids before mixing with the dry ingredients.

Are brownies a type of cookie? ›

Brownies are not classified as cakes – this is a very interesting point about the brownie. The reason for this is that although the texture is similar to cakes, it is classed as finger food (whereas usually cake is eaten with a fork), therefore they are categorised as a cookie bar (in America).

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What is a chocolate chip cookie classified as? ›

A chocolate chip cookie is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because it is made up of different materials that can be easily distinguished. In chocolate chip cookies, the mixture is not evenly distributed. Taking multiple samples of the same mass or volume will result in differing composition of its components.

Are brownies considered a bar cookie? ›

The batter is used to make brownies. They are a favourite finger food in the US. They are also classified as a “bar cookie,” and not a cake. Cookies are made from a dough, ( higher in flour content).

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