Oreo brownies

photo of a plate of oreo brownies

I’ve been on an Oreo kick lately. After the oreo cupcakes, I began brainstorming of other oreo desserts I could make. One of my ideas was to make oreo brownies.

I didn’t want to just add oreos to the brownie batter. I wanted to sprinkle them on top. But with the dark color of the brownies, I didn’t think the oreo cookies would stand out enough. So even though I don’t usually frost my brownies, I decided to add some white chocolate ganache to them so that the Oreo cookies would stand out more.
close-up photo of plate of oreo brownies
They didn’t come out as pretty as I wanted. Next time I think I’ll crush the Oreos more and maybe use a different frosting. The brownies tasted good with the crunchy cookies and cream though.photo of a stack of oreo brownies on a plate

Oreo Brownies

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American

Brownies dressed up with ganache and crushed Oreos. These are an easy-to-make treat!

Ingredients:

  • 1 box your favorite brownie mix
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 4 oz white chocolate chopped
  • 12 Oreos crushed into small pieces

Directions:

  1. Make brownies according to instructions.
  2. After brownies are done, let them cool. While brownies are cooling, make the chocolate ganache. Heat the heavy cream in a small sauce pan until it reaches a boil.
  3. Pour heavy cream over chopped chocolate and mix until smooth.
  4. Frost the brownies with the chocolate ganache. Sprinkle with crushed oreos.
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7 comments on “Oreo brownies”

  1. These brownies look amazing 🙂

  2. I just found your blog while doing a search for Flemings Chantilly Cream recipes! Then I couldn’t help but look around, and found these brownies! YYUUMMM!!! I am officially a fan of your site. Thanks!

    • Glad you like the site! Hmm…now I want to know how to make Flemings Chantilly cream. I love that stuff

  3. This looks amazing! Should I put the chocolate ganache on each individual square or frost the whole thing before cutting?

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