Yep, the first recipe I go to when I want to prep something from Pinterest is a dessert. What can I say? I rarely crave cilantro grilled chicken or spaghetti with radicchio and cehvre at 10pm at night. And by rarely, I mean never.
In fact, I tend to crave something baked and chocolaty, kind of like these brownie cookies:
We baked up a batch of these brownie cookies from pure & yummy last week and they are just as decadent and chocolaty and brownie-like as you’d think. They even come in a convenient portion-control size (as long as you eat only one at a time).
Sadly, though,I may not make these again. First, the dough was super runny and made transferring them to the pan a bit tricky. Then I had a really, REALLY hard time removing the brownie cookies from the pan. I used my trusty Silpat first and then tried generously greasing the non-stick pan. Perhaps parchment paper would’ve done the trick but I didn’t think to try that until it was too late.
On the plus side, I burned a lot of calories getting those babies onto the cooling rack, which meant I could eat more cookies. Bonus!
Next time I think I’ll try these flour-less, butter-less deep dark chocolate cookies.
What you’ll need for the original recipe:
Unsweetened chocolate squares
Semisweet chocolate chips
Previous pinned & prepped recipes:
- Peanut butter oatmeal chocolate chip cookies
- Copycat Chick-fil-A nuggets
- Slow cooker angel chicken
- Slow cooker chicken & dumplings
- No-bake peanut butter s’mores bars
- Tomato basil Parmesan soup
- Chocolate chip cookie n’ Oreo fudge brownie bar