So, because one Oreo confection isn't enough, another for you to try at home...
I'm going against my cardinal rule of never posting recipes that I haven't tried because this is just too good to ignore. And, in light of how many things I have on my list to bake this week/weekend, I don't know if I'll get to it before the holidays to write about it. So, without further ado, I give you brownie-covered Oreos:
I saw these yesterday while perusing the interwebs and linking around from blog to blog. Be still my heart (and the blood that will eventually be unable to flow through my clogged arteries)! If you've ever had fried Oreos and worry that these will be mushy like those, worry not. Per the blogger and subsequent comments, the Oreos soften a bit but are far from soggy.
Here is a link to the recipe. A few tips if you decide to make them:
- Use a standard 12-cup muffin/cupcake tin.
- To clarify, when removing pan from oven, run a paring knife around each cookie/tin and wait 3 minutes before removing to a rack to cool completely.
- Any type of Oreo will work here. Regular, Double Stuf, mint, peanut butter, even the new half yellow/half chocolate variety. I can feel my heart racing just thinking about it!
- Wait until cookies have cooled (25-30 minutes) before icing or it will run.
One last unrelated note -- did any of you watch the HBO's 24/7 Penguins Capitals part 1 last night? Um, talk about the greatest hour of television I've ever watched! Of course, I'm a huge hockey/Penguins fan, so my enjoyment was to be expected. But, I think that the show is being done in a way that will attract new fans just in time for the new year. Will you watch? I say give it a chance! Have a great day!