This recipe can be made a few different ways. You can have:
Cookie dough, cheesecake, cookie dough.
Brownie, cheesecake, cookie dough.
Cookie dough, cheesecake, brownie.
Brownie, cheesecake, brownie.
So much fun to make it different ways! And so easy and good! Like most things I do when I am looking for a recipe I find a few I like and then edit a couple together to get what I want. This recipe I haven’t made for a while and really should.
2 pkg of what you want the bottom layer and top layer to be – Roll of chocolate chip cookie dough, boxes of brownie mix.
4 pkg (8 oz) cream cheese – softened
1 C sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 C sour cream
2 squares semi sweet baking chocolate
Pre-heat oven to 325 and spray a 13×9 baking pan.
Brownie Layer – if making bottom layer brownies mix the batter as directed on box and bake 20-25 min until middle is almost set, you still want it under baked.
Cookie Layer – if making it a cookie layer on the bottom open cookie dough and press into bottom of pan. bake until cookie is almost done but not quite.
For the filling – Beat cream cheese, sugar & vanilla in a bowl with mixer on medium until blended. Add sour cream and mix well. Add eggs one at a time mixing on low after each one.
Pour filling over the bottom layer in pan.
Top layer Cookie – cut slices of dough and place on top of filling. Does not need to cover the entire thing.
Top layer Brownie – Make brownies according to box, drop globs of brownie on top of filling, does not need to cover the entire thing.
Bake 40 min until center is almost set. Run a knife around the edge of the pan, refrigerate at least 4 hours.
Melt semi sweet chocolate and drizzle over cheesecake, refrigerate for 15 min. Can also use caramel!
I am hoping to add pictures at a later time but I have so many people asking for recipes and I don’t know how much baking I will do, I decided I will at least get the recipes out there!
I am going to say right off I am normally NOT a fan of Oatmeal cookies. But these… these are like crispy, chewy, buttery surprises. The secret ingredient? Rice Krispies! They make them SO good!
First thing I am going to say is, if there is vanilla or cinnamon in a recipe I am known to toss a little more in than the recipe calls for. Just a splash or pinch more.
2 sticks butter – soften
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 C brown Sugar – packed
2 C Rice Krispies
1-2 C chocolate chips – I use milk, sometimes semi.
2 C flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 C sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
2 C oatmeal
There is no right or wrong way to mix this, I do it different every time, but I always add the oatmeal, rice krispies and chocolate chips at the end. So mix it up, drop spoonfuls onto a baking sheet and bake at 350 for 8-12 min.
Today was food day at work and I wanted to make something wonderful. I have kind of slacked the last few food days and picked something up at the store… plus I knew I needed something sweet for here. So I was checking out my blogs (see listed on the right) and found a few things I wanted to try, then I found a couple NEW blogs! I was cruising around and saw a picture of these cookies and decided right then and there I had to make them!
Well let me tell you, it caused an uproar at work. I made a double batch so Mike and I could both take some to work and they went over well at both places. But at my workplace? I think people were ready to fight for a cookie! I can’t even explain the chaos it caused! So if you really want to impress someone make up a batch of these!