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MAD KITCHEN'S SLUTTY BROWNIES

  • PREP TIME
    10 Mins
  • COOK TIME
    40 Mins
  • SERVING
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Assuming you haven't knew about Slutty Brownes at this point, you are totally passing up a great opportunity. Really I have no clue about why they are called that name. It's clever however that is the thing that everybody knows them by. This simple layered pastry is totally scrumptious on the grounds that it consolidates the very best things: treat batter, Oreo treats and brownies. These have been one of my number one bars for quite a while now and we can't quit making them. So on the off chance that you are searching for that completely simple pastry formula to prepare or to bring to a get-together, you need to attempt this Slutty Brownie formula!

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DIRECTIONS

01 Step

Preheat the oven to 350F degrees and spray a 9"x 13" baking pan with non-stick spray or line it with parchment and set it aside.

02 Step

Mix the brownie mix, eggs, vegetable oil and water together in a bowl and set aside.

03 Step

Press the cookie dough into the pan in an even layer. Next, add a layer of the Oreo cookies and cut some down to size to fit.

04 Step

Finally, pour on the brownie batter and spread it evenly.

05 Step

Bake for 35-45 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean when inserted into the center of the brownies.

06 Step

Remove the pan from the oven and let it cool for 10 minutes before slicing and serving.

CHEF'S NOTES

You can totally make your own treat mixture and brownie blend in the event that you like. You can utilize any sort of brownie blend you like. I lean toward the fudge brownie blend. Change this around a tad and utilize diverse treat batter like peanut butter or even sugar treat mixture for an alternate taste. You can likewise change around the Oreo treat enhances also to switch things up a piece. I truly love the mint Oreo treats with this! These need to cool marginally prior to slicing so they have the opportunity to set up. So ensure that you cool for in any event 10 moment. Top with frozen yogurt, whipped fixing or chocolate sauce to make it more liberal!

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Mad Kitchen

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My mom was an uncommon cook, and my folks together were incredible for their friendliness. In my childhood they forced a catering business to leave our home, so I truly grew up contemplating the arranging, readiness and show of food and drink. I apply what I gained from them in my homemaking, raising my family, engaging, and at work.

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