Easy Cake Recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Brownie Cake
Everyone enjoys sinking his or her teeth into a delightful dessert. From puddings to pies, the realm of desserts is vast and wide. Anyone who can whip up a tantalizing sweet delicacy is sure to be the hit of the next office party, potluck or family gathering. Though brownies are a favorite dessert of many who suffer from an incurable sweet tooth, it may surprise some to learn that the origin of the brownie, first categorized as a flat bar cookie, only dates back to the late 1800's. The idea of a brownie cake was not introduced until after the turn of the century, sometimes questionably attributed to a recipe that arose in 1907 in Bangor, Maine. While food historians may harbor divergent beliefs about the origin of this famous treat, no one can deny that this American original tastes great.
In 1938, Ruth Graves Wakefield introduced Americans to a new invention in the production of the first chocolate chip cookie. This classic cookie later went on to become a huge favorite among the many styles of commercially produced cookies. From soft and moist to hard and crunchy, a fresh baked batch of chocolate chip cookies is difficult to resist. What happens when you merge the idea of chocolate chip cookies and fudge brownie cake? What you end up with is a dessert that will work well with any flavor of ice cream when inviting friends over on movie night.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Brownie Cake Recipe
1 box of Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix 18.3 oz box (13×9 family size)
1 bag of Betty Crocker snack-size chocolate chip cookie mix
1/4 cup water
2/3 cup coconut oil
Grease a 13×9 baking pan and set it aside.
Pour the fudge brownie mix into a blender.
Next, add the 1/4 cup of water, 2/3 cup of coconut oil and 3 eggs into the blender with the fudge brownie mix. Blend these ingredients together. Make sure the ingredients appear to be distributed evenly.
Pour the chocolate chip cookie mix into the blender.
Next, you will need to hand-stir it with a spoon because you don't want to puree your chocolate chips.
Once the cookie mix is evenly blended throughout the fudge mix, pour the final mixture into the baking pan.
Preheat your oven to 350-degrees and bake for 20-30 minutes. Cooking times will vary depending on your elevation.
Allow to cool for five or ten minutes on the counter before serving. The cake can be pre-sliced like brownies or cut and served at the table like cake. This easy cake recipe is a rich dessert that will inevitably receive requests for seconds.