Oreo Brownie Cupcakes – Amazingly Simple To Make!

Oreo Brownies

This recipe, and the beautiful photography,  comes from Camber over at Instructionables. That website is devoted to pictorials of DIY projects including recipes!  And the recipe itself?  *DELICIOUS*.  And  oh-so-easy to make!  Thanks Camber!  VERY important note: Use FOIL cupcake liners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Beriah Ali says:

    TQ, wonderful receipe!!!….. very creative !!!
    I went to the supermarket to get all the things needed… unfortunately the brownie mix ran out of stock.
    but…. chocolate cake mix saves the day ! It turn out so good… not so sweet, not so rich. (I use only one OREO and less peanut butter…. ok for those who are not into “too sweet ”
    ….but I am going to try some soon with brownie mix. and will make according to your receipe. I LOVE anything CHOCOLATES !!! TQ again.

  2. I wish i would have read the comments first. After my first attempt did not work so well, try #2 looked great, but when i went to try one, the paper lining stuck to the oreo on the bottom. I’m hoping this won’t be the case for the rest, we will see. USE FOIL NEXT TIME!

  3. I would love to make these for a party this weekend. Do the Oreos stay crunchy after you bake them?

  4. This was very simple to make! My family really enjoyed them too! However, PNB and oreo is not my favorite combination. Next time, I will tweak the recipe and use mint oreo and andes mints instead. ALSO!!! BIG HELPFUL NOTE!!! Make sure to use foil liners, brownies and paper lines do not a combination make! They peel right out of the foil ones.

  5. I’m going to try it with Nutella instead of peanut butter. If your local grocer sells hispanic foods, check to see if they have “dulce de leche” – it’s like a gooey caramel. That would be a good substitute as well.

  6. That is a good question! I might try a chocolate ganache (heavy cream and chocolate) that is more on the firm side. (2 parts chocolate to 1 part cream). Cool in fridge so it hardens (if it is too hard to work with bring to room temperature – it should soften up a bit. Place a scoop on top of the oreos; then proceed. What I’m hoping is that it is baked, and then cooled, the ganache will firm up and and be like a truffle filling. You might also try marshmallow creme. Or a cream cheese filling topping (1 egg, 8 oz. cream cheese, 1/3 cup sugar; beat to combine). I think all have great potential! Thank you for asking! Debra

  7. Awesome Idea!

    One of my friends doesn’t like peanut butter, is there a good substitute for it so I can make half with this recipe and half with the sub ingredient?
    ~Thank you!

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