Tuesday, May 26, 2009

TWD- Chipster Topped Brownies

This weeks' Tuesdays with Dorie recipe was picked by Beth, who blogs over at Supplicious. You can find the recipe for Chipster Topped Brownies over on her blog, or you can buy a copy of Baking: from my home to yours, which is exactly what one of the women with whom I shared this treat did. She called me, asked for the recipe, looked at the book and ordered one for herself. Smart woman!

Dorie really out did herself here. She makes an outrageous brownie batter and tops it with chocolate chip cookie dough. The 2 doughs combine during the baking process and make a delicious, decadent bar of gooey, chocolately yumminess. Even the batter was scrumptious. It made my little fairy dance with joy!
I didn't have any trouble spreading the chocolate chip cookie dough over the brownie batter- there was definitely enough to cover it. I used pecans in the brownie layer and milk chocolate chips in the cookie dough.
Luckily, I was able to take these to a little cooking thingie in my neighborhood and you bet they disappeared fast. Raves and more raves for this cookie-brownie combination. Check out what everyone else thought by going through the TWD Blogroll!

And in case you are wondering, we should be somewhere in New Mexico, Texas or Oklahoma by the time this posts. Keep your fingers crossed that we make it to Georgia by Friday!
Up Next- Poppy Seed Cake with Lemon Glaze

24 comments:

Marthe said...

This looks amazing, so much better than my gooey mess!!! Sounds like I'm going to have to give these another try.

vibi said...

Hey! That's something rare... a knight in a fairy costume!!! (LOL too funny the mustache and goatee!!!)

I'm sure your helping elves had something to do with that great brownie success!!! ...if not physically, then... emotionally!

Beautifully done!

Clivia said...

Everything tastes better when a fairy has had her fingers in the batter. glad you enjoyed!

Jacque said...

I was glad I had somewhere to take these too. They would have wreaked havoc on my hips!

Yours look delish! Your dancing fairy is too cute for words :)

Lighting said...

These are completely awesome. Thanks for the great recipe.

Sara said...

YUM! Brownie and a cookie all in one treat. Delicious!

Sara said...

These look absolutely perfect! I'm jealous.

Hope your traveling and moving is going well :)

Barbara said...

Yours turned out beautifully! I was afraid to make them because I would eat the entire batch!

Michele said...

Your brownies look fantastic and I'm glad you loved them!

pinkstripes said...

YOur brownies look perfect and your daughter is adorable.

Maria said...

I hope the trip to GA Is going well! Love the brownies!!

lasinthekitchen said...

Your brownies look perfect and delicious! (I loved the brownie batter better than the cookie dough batter!)

chocolatechic said...

Oh...yours look so beautiful.

Gabrielle said...

hurry and get there- I MISS you!

Melanie Anne said...

Wow--Georgia! That is cool. We lived in Ga for a little while and we may be back someday. My husbands company is based there. Good luck with the cross country trek and the move! These brownies look awesome! I have a Dorie cookbook--but I haven't used it yet. This was inspiring!

Steph said...

Your bars look so good! I hope the move goes smoothly.

Engineer Baker said...

Your daughter is just adorable! The brownies look wonderful as well, of course :)

What's for Supper? said...

Your brownies look fantastic!

steph- whisk/spoon said...

your brownies look great--but then again you ahd a cute fairy helping in the kitchen!

Pamela said...

Your daughter is so cute with the tutu and the chocolate on her face! Great picture. The brownies sound like they were a hit! Hope the trip is going smoothly.

mike said...

Nice job! They look "baked" - unlike mine. :)
Looks like your taste tester loved them too! I also used pecans in the brownie mix - but will have to try the milk chocolate chips! Well done!

Erica said...

These look amazing! And plus, your little one is darling! Thanks for the great blog!

TeaLady said...

Your brownies look really yummy! Glad you didn't have any trouble. Maybe it was the magic Fairy in your house.....

Tracey said...

Glad they were a hit! Your brownies look terrific! I wasn't able to achieve the distinct layers, which was a bit of a disappointment.