Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Brownie Cookies

Last night I decided to bridge an interesting divide. Bake a parve treat that could also double as a Christmas cookie. While I was at a loss of what to do, I knew my mom would have the perfect answer. In her very large (and very yummy) collection of recipes, she found me exactly what I needed, chocolate chip brownie cookies. And to fulfill both my desire to bake parve and my love of short cuts, the cookies started with brownie mix. AWESOME!

I doubled the recipe, but all you need to make the Brownie Cookies is:
1 box of brownie mix 
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 egg
6 oz. of chocolate chips

Mix all of the ingredients together 

And then fold in the chocolate chips. 

After mixing, grease pans and use a teaspoon to scoop cookies onto the sheet. 

Bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes. The recipe should make 2-3 dozen cookies (the smaller you make the cookies the better.)

Make sure the cookies are completely cool before packaging them up. And when you do package them up, make sure you package them cutely!

And there you have it. Kosher, parve cookies for Josh and I to enjoy, and cute Christmas cookies for my coworkers.  Thanks mom!


  1. This is absolutely perfect! I can't imagine anyone not loving these!

  2. Great recipe and a great post! I can't wait to try these cookies!

  3. Oh cuteness! I've never had a brownie cookie but it sounds absolutely amazing!!!

  4. Sounds good. I love the containers you used. Where did you find them?

  5. Your kitchen is like a little cookie elf workshop :) I would love to get a box of these during the holidays! Merry Christmas!

  6. Adorable gift boxes! These brownie cookies look great, I would love to receive them as a gift!

  7. Thank you everyone. The support and excitement is inspiring. I really appreciate you all reading and love reading your posts too!