you honestly don’t understand how, like, literally? that question is im-freaking-possible to answer.
one time though, my frosh year? bits made these things. if you know what slutty brownies are, they were that. but shitty has this moral opposition to the word ‘slut’, so we called them ‘promiscuous girls’, after that nelly furtado song that came out in ‘06.
anyways. these things are bitty’s double fudge brownies, stuffed with his great-great-great-great grandma’s chocolate chip pecan cookie recipe and double-stuf oreos. and then on top, he puts a fucking layer of marshmallows. he also made hot fudge.
so imagine every orgasm you’ve ever had, in combination with when you finally pop your back, taking off formalwear, finally taking a shit, and, like, scratching an itch after like an hour, then multiply the satisfaction you get from any of those things by maybe ten, possibly twenty.
i’m a grown ass man and i am not ashamed to say that i had a straight up boner while i ate that. i was turned on. if jack’s giant crush on him hadn’t been supes obvi, i probably would’ve seriously asked if i could eat him out to thank him. i was sexually attracted to him.
I can’t stop laughing about the conversation with the girl named Cookie 😂
Girl up for a question: “Hi, my name’s Cookie.”
Jensen: “I had some cookie this morning”
Cookie: “Was it chocolate chip?”
Jensen: “It was Oreo 😏”
*everyone is still laughing*
Cookie: “Was it double stuffed?”
So those of you who liked Hero Cake will love these brownies. They take almost no effort and never fail to please. These get requested on the reg as well.
That’s right, space friends. That’s a layer of chocolate chip cookie on the bottom, an Oreo layer in the middle and a layer of chocolate brownie on top.
You will need:
Two tubes of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough (you can make your own dough but this is easier and faster)
One package of Oreos (I get the regular ones but Double Stuf would be fine too)
One box of brownie mix. Get the family size box, made for 9x13 pans (this is important, if you get a regular box it won’t be enough). Pillsbury makes a family sized brownie mix. You’ll also need whatever the box mix requires (vegetable oil and eggs).
Grease a 9x13 baking pan. Press the two tubes of cookie dough into the bottom - it helps if you let the dough come to room temperature first. Use a silicone spatula or your hands to do this.
Place a single layer of Oreos over the dough. Leave a little space around the edges.
Mix up the brownie mix per box directions, then pour the batter over the Oreos, smoothing it out with a spatula.
Bake at 350 for 50-55 minutes. The sides are gonna rise up - something about the layers. I usually end up cutting the edges off. They’re very rich - cut small pieces.