Bet you are already thinking about when you can next bake.
I am very late to this party, I saw the brownies on Lorraine Pascale’s show a few months ago (ok it was January, doesn’t seem that long ago!) and ooohed over them and then never got round to making them, which is my usual trick. Ireena made them and so did Katie and I ooohed again.
I kept on buying oreo cookies and they’d get opened and suddenly there were no more oreos. So I bought a pack and hid them at the back of the cupboard for a few weeks, and finally today I made oreo brownies.
I make a lot of brownies but I think these might be the best. Rich, sweet and almost moussey in the middle (from whisking eggs, something I’ve never done for brownies) and very crispy on top – and then you get an oreo in there too – magic!
You should definitely try these, I think they’d be great in place of birthday cake or even for a dinner party. Or for, you know, eating two in a row. The brownie base itself without the cookies is a great one.
I made three alterations – I didn’t include the 2 extra egg yolks – mainly because I didn’t have enough eggs but really I felt it was a bit unnecessary. The chocolate was just broken into small pieces, I think grating chocolate would get melty and messy! And I had some fudge chunks lying around so I put those on top before baking, they melted into the batter and then when cooled became crispy and sticky, yum!
Recipe on BBC Food.