Oreo Brownies with White Chocolate

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Oreo Brownies Recipe

First of all, thank you so much for all of the birthday wishes. I really am grateful to have so many fabulous friends and family members, near and far. I had a perfect day. Josh gave me flowers, a hydrangea plant (they are my favorite), and a card. He also did all of the chores and took me to Takashi for a fantastic sushi dinner. I also received flowers from my dad and cards and gifts from loved ones. We celebrated all weekend long too- I dragged the guys to see Dear John. It was my birthday so I got to pick:) We also had friends over for a Super Bowl party. It was a great weekend!

Now that my birthday is over we can focus on the next holiday-Valentine’s Day. Last year I kidnapped Josh and we went to a cabin for the weekend. This year we are keeping it simple and staying home, but I am sure it will still be a great day. Do any of you have special plans?

If you want to make a dessert at home, give these Oreo brownies with white chocolate a try. They are super easy to make, but look impressive with a little drizzle of white chocolate. They are perfect for celebrating with the family or a romantic evening for two. Chocolate is a must on Valentine’s Day and these are filled with chocolate and white chocolate. Double the pleasure, double the deliciousness.

Oreo Brownies with White Chocolate Recipe

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Oreo Brownies with White Chocolate

These easy brownies make a great dessert for celebrations or any day!
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  • Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease the bottom and sides of a 9-inch round cake or pie pan.
  • In a medium bowl, sift together the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt. Add in both kinds of chocolate chips. Whisk until blended.
  • In a separate bowl, mix together the oil, eggs, and extract with a fork until just blended.
  • Pour the liquid over the flour mixture and mix with a rubber spatula until just blended. The batter will be kind of dry, don’t worry. Stir in the Oreos.
  • Scrape the mixture in to the pan and spread evenly. You might have to press the mixture in to the sides if you are having trouble spreading with a spatula.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick or cake tester inserted in to the center comes out with only a few gooey pieces clinging to it. Transfer the baking dish to a cooling rack and let cool.
  • Cut into wedges. If you want to-melt white chocolate and drizzle over the brownie wedges.

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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. These brownies look amazing, Maria!! Congrats on being featured on PW! You will now have a million subscribers and will forget the little people LOL!!!

    My birthday was this past weekend, too. Gotta love the “Aquarians”! haha

  2. I’m just catching up on my blog reading… happy belated birthday! Oreo brownies… wow, Maria, those must be amazing!

  3. Nothing planned for Valentine’s day……will be hanging with my hubs and the kiddos. You chocolate treats look awesome. Perfect for Valentine’s day and any time 🙂

    A big congrats on your spotlight by the Pioneer Woman. I will go visit there now. You certainly deserve a spotlight. I love your happy energy and great blog 🙂

  4. Thanks everyone. My birthday was wonderful! And we are honored to be featured on the Tasty Kitchen. We too love the Pioneer Woman.

  5. Oooh, these look totally amazing! I love a brownie cut into a pie slice 😉
    Awesome article over at TK!

  6. Thanks for this. The brownies look delicious. I might try to add a bit of red food coloring to the melted white chocolate to make it pink for Valentine’s day. 🙂 As far as I know we have nothing big planned…who knows though? Perhaps my husband will surprise me.

  7. Just made these for company tomorrow night. They are so tempting that we might be making a second batch for our guests tomorrow!

  8. Looks like a great, de-licious brownie! Sorry to have missed wishing you a happy birthday. We’ve been working non stop to get our house ready to sell. Made a trip out to Utah last weekend to house hunt, found an AWESOME and are awaiting news about an offer we put on it. I just want to bake, but have to get some things done first. I’m SO behind on blog reading! (I hate that.)
    Have a great Valentine’s Day.

  9. Sorry it took me so long to see your post… but I have to say that the brownies look amazing! And, congrats on the Tasty Kitchen feature! I think the hubs and I are just staying home and making dinner together tomorrow… We’ll probably make chocolate covered strawberries, too. We do that every year. 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

  10. Happy belated Birthday! Glad to read that it was a good one. I haven’t seen Dear John but have read the book it was quite good and if you enjoyed the movie I’d wager the book is even better.

    Your oreo brownies look delish! We’re not huge brownies fans when they are “plain” but throw in some goodies and it’s another story. Thanks for sharing adn I’ll take my piece just like that last photo!

  11. Can I bake this in a 9×13 rectangular pan? Would I have to double the recipe? What about cooking time?


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