These Oreo Brownies are fudgy and chocolatey and loaded with oreo cookies in every bite! They've also got a crinkle top which makes everything come together for a deliciously fudgy crunchy chocolatey heaven!
What happens when you mix oreo and brownies? LOVE at first bite. It's an experience. These brownies are fudgy, sweet, and that crinkly top is freaking awesome. I'm big on textures so I love the juxtaposition between the fudgy bottom and the crinkly top with a slight chewiness from the oreos. It's amazing.
This is the third recipe in the BrowniePalooza lineup that I'm doing this week (hence all of the brownie recipes). So many people wanted to have an oreo recipe, so here it is in all of its glory. Enjoy with a little ice cream for a little a la mode action or eat them alone, either way you're going to LOVE this recipe.
To make these oreo brownies, start by melting butter and chocolate together until smooth. Set it aside and begin whipping the eggs. This ensures that nice crinkly top that we all love! Beat the eggs and sugar together for about 8 minutes.
Then pour in butter/chocolate mixture and fold in the cocoa powder, flour, and kosher salt. Spray a 9x13 baking pan with nonstick baking spray or line with parchment paper. Pour half of the batter into the pan and smooth on the bottom. Add oreo cookies and pour the rest of the batter on top and add more oreo cookies.
Bake for 35 minutes and you're done!
Only a handful of tools are needed to make these oreo brownies! They're super easy to make, check out the tools I used below! Of course, you do not NEED these tools, but I like to provide this as guidance to make the recipe even easier.
Two factors yield the crinkle crackly top that we love - air and chocolate. For this oreo brownie recipe, I beat the eggs and sugars together for about 8 minutes. This adds air to the batter to ensure it's not only fluffy but when you bake it, the air bubbles rise to the top which create crinkly/crackly top.
Secondly, the chocolate also helps also create the crinkle top. The chocolate has more fat than water so this creates that crinkly crackly shiny top.
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