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Chocolate Chip Oreo Brownie Cups

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Brownie Oreo Cookie CupChocolate chip cookie dough topped with an Oreo cookie topped with a chewy brownie… does dessert get better than this?  Plus they are just so cute- and fun to eat!

These little dessert cups are incredibly easy to make.  All you need is refrigerated cookie dough, Oreos and brownie mix (plus the oil water and eggs to make the brownies!)

Dessert Ingredients!They are so easy to put together:


  • Preheat the oven to 350F degrees.
  • Put 24 cupcake liners into cupcake tins.
  • Break apart refrigerated cookie dough (the Nestle brand comes already divided into 24 pieces)
  • Press cookie dough into the bottom of each cupcake liner so it covers the bottom of each cup (I thought that as the dough warmed a little bit to room temperature that this was easier).
  • Press an Oreo cookie on top of each bit of cookie dough.

Break apart cookie dough bits....Press Oreo on top of cookie dough..

  • Prepare the brownie mix as directed on box and scoop batter evenly into all 24 cups, covering the Oreo completely.

Scoop brownie batter over Oreo.

  • Bake at 350F degrees for 20-30 minutes.  Check often and be sure you don’t over bake the brownie.  They are much better a little chewy!
  • Remove from oven and serve warm or at room temperature.
  • I served with a little whipped topping and chocolate/ caramel drizzle.

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My thoughts: These are a really easy and yummy treat.  They are fun right out of the cupcake wrapper (eaten like a cupcake), or they are fun to dress up as a fancy dessert with pretty drizzles and toppings.  The three layers of different flavor and consistency make this a truly unique dessert!  Enjoy!! ~r

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Other dessert cup recipes you might enjoy: (click on the image to be taken to the recipe)

Fruit Loop Confetti Cups!!Salted Caramel Cookie Cups (2)Pecan Pie cookie cups with dark chocolateSeven Layer Cups


About Ruthanne

Ruthanne is a scientist with a passion for baking and food photography. Using her kitchen as a lab, she loves experimenting with a variety of flavors and ingredients to create unique, fun and ultimately tasty delights! Thus she created EasyBaked, a website where sugar and chocolate overflow in fun and easy recipes. Her Motto: Money can’t buy happiness -- but it can buy marshmallows, and that’s nearly the same thing!

40 responses »

  1. Cool idea, the kids will LOVE these!

  2. How cutteee! I love brownies AND oreos AND chocolate chips! 😀 Triple win heehee

  3. Um…. mouthwatering brilliance right here 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  4. These are sheer genius!

  5. I “hate” youuuu! I want some of that… 😦

  6. OH MY! I want now. Lovely presentation with the plate matching the swirl. Excellent!

  7. petit4chocolatier

    Wow! Forget the kids, I love it!!!

  8. Oh my. this is such a gorgeous and fun treat. You made it so pretty with the swirls of chocolate and caramel drizzled on top. 🙂 I’m surprised these are so easy to make too. Now, I have a go-to recipe for our next gathering. I know these will be a hit for sure.

  9. These would be perfect for a birthday party…kids or adults. They look delicious!

  10. These look awesome! Three layers of deliciousness!

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  12. I made these for a family party and they were a hit! I served with a small scoop of vanilla ice cream on top – will definitely make again.

  13. These are perfect treats for little kids Thanks 🙂

  14. I just made these- fantastic!! I used 3 different types of cookies- mint oreos, peanut butter oreos and berries and cream oreos. Scrumptious!

  15. can we make our own cookie dough mix instead of buying the cookie dough?

    • Of course! I’m sure the success of the final dessert will depend on the cookie dough recipe you use, but I would still like to try this idea with my favorite scratch cookie recipe…just haven’t had time yet…. 🙂 Hope it works well for you!

  16. Hello, i know this is late, but I’m wondering what happens to the oreo cookie after this is baked: does it soften or stay crispy? P.S. Love your idea and site – definitely inspired me to try this recipe!

  17. This is an awesome idea!! Do they freeze?

    • I would guess they would freeze just fine, but I’ve not frozen them myself so I can’t say for sure. Try it with a couple and see how it goes- I’d be surprised if they were just fine. Sorry I’m not more help!!!

  18. Kathy Schamberger

    Ruthanne, I just made this recipe with my class of special needs kids! Thanks for the *super easy* yet totally delicious recipe! BIG HIT!!!!


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