Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Cups combine everyone's two favorite desserts into one. A great way to have both!
You know the saying "patience is a virtue"? Well, it certainly isn’t mine. And I’m already impatient with the person who came up with that saying.
I’ve always been incredibly impatient, hence why I’ve become almost genius-like at creating shortcuts whenever I can. And today’s recipe is one of my more brilliant shortcuts, if I do say so myself.
I’m sure if you spend any time at all on Pinterest, you’ve seen hundreds of recipes for cookie dough brownies: fudgy masterpieces topped with eggless cookie dough and cut into picture-perfect squares. Well for one thing, I know firsthand that it takes a ton of patience to allow those brownies to set and wait and do their thing before you can even think about cutting off a slice.
And those perfect slices? I’m talking wetting the knife, wiping down after each cut, and being a pro at geometry to get everything looking so remarkable.
And FYI, I barely passed geometry, so I definitely don’t have the time or know-how for that. Really, does anyone have time for that?
So instead, I created these brownie cups! They’re just like brownies except in a convenient, adorable, poppable cup form, and they perfectly house the eggless chocolate chip cookie dough that sits atop them. Aren’t they the cutest?!
Rich, sinful, and made in minutes. No geometry know-how required. Really, the best kind of dessert ever.
Since they're baked up in a muffin tin, they're easy to serve at a party too. Just think of the pretty party food display you could pull off with these babies!
Use them as an excuse to invite plenty of friends over for a total chocolate fest. Any reason to eat copious amounts of chocolaty brownies and sweet, sweet cookie dough is reason enough for me. You too, right??
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