Slutty Superbowl Brownies

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

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Chocolate and Peppermint Heaven in these dirty and easy (hence the name) Superbowl Slutty Brownies. If you remember I made a Halloween variety of these last year and they seemed to go over pretty well. Since these are like the most extreme brownies ever, I thought the superbowl was an appropriate event to trot these out. The fact that Oreo makes both green and orange Oreo’s helps tremendously.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

I think it’s pretty obvious who I am rooting for in this superbowl, but if by some chance you are a Bronco’s fan, take a look at These- they may float your boat a little more than these blatant Seahawks Brownies.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

I know I wrote about the Seahawks mania last week, but it seems to have reached a fever pitch around here. There is not a jersey left for sale and even the local pharmacy is selling every last type of little accessory with an emblem on it. I saw a Seahawks back scratcher last night.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Did I even tell you that I am not having a Superbowl party this year? Our friends are, But I am going to bring this, this and these brownies to do our part. Are you hosting or watching it at a friends house?

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

So Cheers to a super fun Superbowl! Tomorrow I am going to do a really fun SUperbowl roundup so that you have all of my go to recipes in one place at your finger tips come prep time this weekend. Ok. May the best team win!!!

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, then prepare a 9×9” pyrex baking pan with two sheets of foil (Kris-crossed) and then lightly spray the foil with baking spray.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

In the bowl of a standing mixer, cream together the butter and the sugar until fluffy. Add the egg and peppermint and beat until fluffy. In a separate bowl, combine the dry ingredients and then add it to the bowl. Cream the batter until it is creamy and well combined.Mix in the chocolate chips and then transfer the batter from the mixing bowl to the pan, pushing it down into an even layer on the bottom of the pan.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Follow the cookie dough with the layer of Oreos. They should be lined up fairly tightly.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Make the brownies mix or homemade recipe and add ½ teaspoon of peppermint extract to it. (You can also add m&m’s to the batter like I did in the pictures).

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Transfer the brownie batter to the top of the oreos. Gently spread the batter into an even layer.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Put the brownies into the oven and let them bake for 50-60 minutes at 350 degrees.
Let them cool 30 minutes before frosting them.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

For the frosting: Bring 1 cup of cream to a simmer and then remove from heat and whisk in the bag of chocolate chips. Whisk until smooth and set aside while the brownies cool.

Pour the frosting over the top and add the sprinkles and the m&m’s. Then let the whole pan with the frosting on it cool another 1-2 hours. They must be completely cool when you cut them.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Take them out and slice them and serve immediately or store in an airproof container until ready to serve.

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Recipe: Superbowl Slutty Brownies

Ingredients

  • Soft and Chewy Peppermint Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ teaspoon peppermint extract
  • 1 1/8 cups AP flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 6 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 12 Mint Oreos
  • 1 boxed brownie mix or ½ a homemade recipe plus ½ teaspoon peppermint extract.
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 12 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles
  • 1 cup m&m’s in blue and green

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, then prepare a 9×9” pyrex baking pan with two sheets of foil (Kris-crossed) and then lightly spray the foil with baking spray.
  2. For the soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie dough: In the bowl of a standing mixer, cream together the butter and the sugar until fluffy. Add the egg and peppermint and beat until fluffy.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine the dry ingredients and then add it to the bowl. Cream the batter until it is creamy and well combined.
  4. Mix in the chocolate chips and then transfer the soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie batter from the mixing bowl to the pan, pushing it down into an even layer on the bottom of the pan.
  5. Follow the cookie dough with the layer of Oreos. They should be lined up fairly tightly.
  6. Make the brownies mix or homemade recipe and add ½ teaspoon of peppermint extract to it.
  7. Transfer the brownie batter to the top of the oreos. Gently spread the batter into an even layer.
  8. Put the brownies into the oven and let them bake for 50-60 minutes at 350 degrees. Let them cool 30 minutes before frosting them.
  9. For the frosting: Bring 1 cup of cream to a simmer and then remove from heat and whisk in the bag of chocolate chips. Whisk until smooth and set aside while the brownies cool.
  10. Pour the frosting over the top and add the sprinkles and the m&m’s. Then let the whole pan with the frosting on it cool another 1-2 hours. They must be completely cool when you cut them.
  11. Take them out and slice them and serve immediately or store in an airproof container until ready to serve.

Preparation time: 20 minute(s)

Cooking time: 50 minute(s)

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33 Comments

  1. I want one SO BADLY!!! Omg. The layers and layers of textures and flavors, all in one. Yes, totally worth running 10 extra miles for, right! :) pinned

    • Averie- that is totally how many miles it would take I suspect!

  2. Robin says:

    I LOVE all of your recipes and I’ve tried to buy your book as an ebook but can’t yet. Is there any chance that you could join something like Ziplist so that we could have a place to save your recipes?

    • Oh Thank you Robin! I will look into that!

    • Joy V. says:

      You can download a button to your toolbar to clip recipes to Ziplist. Occasionally, I have to copy and paste directions, but it does work. HTH.

  3. Vicki B says:

    Oh my gosh just the name had me laughing! Have you heard the expression “trotters” for “tart’s shoes’? Princess Diana used to refer to her extremely fancy high heels and it cracked me up. These brownies certainly fit the bill for being fancy. My granddaughters would be in seventh heaven if I made these. Maybe even a pink Fancy Nancy version for Valentine’s day?

    • I love it Vicki!! Valentines Day SB’s would be amazinG!!

  4. Holy Lord woman! Those brownies are insane…..ly amazing.

  5. Joanna says:

    These look extreme!!! I just want to take that layer of ganache and put it on anything. Can I just say about your site…..your search index is super awesome, and I especially love that you have not let ads take over. I have been having problems lately with some food blogs where they have so many ads and especially the video ads, that it takes just beyond a reaonable amount of time to load the page. I so appreciate that your site is not overloaded AND that you have some amazing recipes as well!! Happy Super Bowl…..GO HAWKS!!!

    • Thank you so much Joanna- that means a lot. At the end of the day- this blog is all about you guys, so I am glad that you are enjoying it!

  6. Whoa these are hiiiiiiiigh!! So good.

  7. Suzette says:

    Hi Heather, I love your recipies they’re truly awsome, but could you possibly post some gluten free recipies as well.
    Kind Regards Suzette

    • Thanks Suzette! You know what- YES! We have been mostly cooking gluten free around here with my daughters allergies.I think I have more recipes than people realize, I think I am going to put them into a huge post and put it up soon!

  8. Cindy says:

    Sorry but I’m a little confused. I don’t see where to use the soft and chewy peppermint chocolate chip cookies in the directions. The directions also call for chocolate chips in two areas but the ingrediant list only lists them once.

  9. Cindy says:

    Sorry but I’m a little confused. I don’t see where to use the soft and chewy peppermint chocolate chip cookies in the directions. The directions also call for chocolate chips in two areas but the ingrediant list only lists them once. Thanks

    • Thanks Cindy- I cleaned that up. The soft and chewy cookie dough is the bottom layer (I just specified in the directions, steps 2-4) and I somehow left out the 6 ounces of chocolate chips that go in the cookie dough recipe- sorry about that! all fixed!

  10. Those look awesome! I would probably miss most of the game eating all of these up. Great recipe :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

  11. Sherry says:

    These look wonderful!!! Question, Im looking at the photos in the beginning of this anthe icingd is very thick like fudge but in the last photos its very thin like gananche. What was used in the 1st pics you show…..looks delish!!! thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe!!!

    • It is just a thickened up ganache Sherry. As the ganache cools it turns into a thick fudgey frosting!

      • Sherry says:

        Heather, thanks for the info. I will enjoy making these!!!

  12. So awesome!! I’ve been waiting with baited breath to see what yummy goodness you would create for Seahawks Super Bowl Sunday! These are just too wonderful. Perfect celebration food for us 12′s. I think I need that back scratcher for my collection. :) . Go Hawks!!!

  13. Susan says:

    I had these and became a very large problem almost immediately . I could not stop eating them. My husband had the same issue, maybe it is all that chocolate that makes it so addictive . I will have to approach this receipe with caution next time but they were terrific and loved every bite. YUM!

  14. Oh my! You had me at the title of these brownies! These sound sinful! Yum!

  15. Everytime I see these brownies I think, “I really need to make these.” For some strange reason I haven’t yet.

  16. Heather, These are beautiful looking brownies! Great use of color…I could never guess who you are rooting for! ;)

  17. T.J. says:

    How deep is the 9 x 9 pan you used? I only have 8 x 8, and I’m trying to figure out if I could still get all of that crammed in there without running out to buy a different pan

    • Tj- don’t bother yourself to get another pan, just fill to th top and dispose of the extra brownie batter :)

  18. Ashley says:

    I’m making 2 sets. Taking 1 for the Bronco fans and 1 for the Seahawks! Love the idea!!

  19. Zoe says:

    These look great! Go Seahawks!!

  20. rachel says:

    What size boxed brownie mix did you use?

    • Hi rachel- just the totally standard sized box at the grocery store.