Chipster Topped Brownies

Now that the kitchen is up and running, I can finally make something off my top ten list.

Note: The kitchen is not 100% done, but the stove and sink are hooked up and that’s good enough for me!! And yes, I will post pictures of the kitchen soon, but I’m just too busy enjoying being able to use it at this point.

I’ve seen variations of this recipe float around the Internet for a while now. You really can’t go wrong with a brownie topped with a cookie bar. I much prefer to call them “Brookies” – it’s much easier to say than “Chipster Topped Brownies”!

When the TWD group made these, for some reason, Engineer Baker’s version just caught my eye. Maybe it was the pecans. I decided to take her advice on the ratio of brownie to cookie by making 1/4 of the brownie batter and 1/2 of the cookie batter. I also included walnuts in the brownie batter. I baked them in a 8×8 pan for 40 minutes. For the complete recipe, check out Beth’s blog (she chose this recipe for the TWD group).

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    Kelly @ Semi Homemade Mom — January 4, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    For sure, one of the coolest cakes I have ever seen! I am really horrible at frosting cakes, too and I’m always looking for more creative ways to decorate instead. Fabulous!

    • beantownbaker — January 5th, 2013 @ 4:30 pm

      Decorating the outside of cakes is tough. I am definitely looking forward to making this again for another occasion. I think it would be cute for valentine’s day with pink and red hearts or X’s and O’s.

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