These Brownie Mix Cookies are rich and fudgy and so simple to make . Starting with a brownie mix and a few more ingredients you will have the ultimate cookie in no time. These cookies combine all of my loves Chocolate , brownies and cookies rolled into one giving an ultimate treat. They bake with a crinkle top , chewy edges and a fudgy center. Grab a class of milk , you will need it for these cookies.
If you know me at all , I am a cookie and chocolate lover. This is truly what cookie dreams are made of . I am also all about making life simple . Starting this cookie off with a brownie mix makes this recipe so super simple . Any time you use a boxed mix they are pretty much fail proof . The is the perfect recipe for a beginner baker.
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Equipment needed to make Brownie Mix Cookies :
- Mixing bowl
- Rubber spatula
- Baking sheets-Click here what I use
- Parchment paper
- Cookie Scoop – I use a 1 1/2 tablespoon cookies scoop for these
Frequently Asked Questions :
- What does the instant espresso do and can I leave it out? It enhances the flavor of the chocolate and it is fine to omit it .
- Do I have to use butter ? You can replace the butter with a cooking oil but just don’t use margarine .Margarine sometimes doesn’t give the best results when baking .
- What kind of Brownie mix can I use? Any Brownie mix will work as long as it is for a 9×13 pan, mine was 18.3 oz
- Do I have to add chocolate chips ? You don’t have to but they make them so much better
- Do I have to bake these on parchment paper? I recommend all cookies be baked on parchment paper , the end results are so much better.
Let’s make Brownie Mix Cookies !
This recipe starts with 5 simple ingredients. Start by preheat your oven to 350 degrees and lining a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
In a large mixing bowl add the brownie mix , melted butter , beaten eggs , and the instant espresso . Mix Well with a rubber spatula .
Fold in chocolate chips until combined
Drop dough on prepared cookie sheet and bake for 10-13 minutes .
Cool and a cooling rack. These are best served slightly warm .
If you love cookies check out these cookies:
Brownie Mix Cookies
- 1 Box Brownie Mix Family size see notes -I used an 18.3 oz box
- 1/2 cup melted butter *see notes
- 2 Eggs-slightly beaten
- 1/2 teaspoon esspresso powder * See notes ,optional
- 3/4 cup Chocolate chips of your choice
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
- In a large mixing bowl add the brownie mix , melted butter , beaten eggs , and the instant espresso . Mix Well.
- Fold in chocolate chips and mix just until they incorporated
- Using a cookie scoop or large spoon drop cookie dough on the prepared baking sheet about 2 inches apart.
- Bake in a preheated oven for about 10-12 minutes
- Remove the cookies with a spatula and place them on a cooling rack to cool.
- These are best served slightly warm
Sounds quick and easy to make and super delicious to eat.
These make some delicious cookies! They were so chocolatey and fudgy and couldn’t have been easier to whip up.
This cookie recipe is so flavorful and really easy to make! So delicious and very easy to follow! Highly recommended!
I love to make homemade cookies. These are easy to make and delicious. It soothed my cravings for chocolate, thanks!
Using brownie mix is a brilliant idea and it makes these cookies a breeze to knock together!
I needed a quick and easy dessert and had a box of brownie mix on hand! Those cookies are a lifesaver and I have a feeling I will be buying a lot more brownie mix in the near future
Absolutely delicious recipe! Loved how easy and tasty the biscuits are!
My grandpa used to make cookies like these! They were delicious and so is your recipe! Thank you for sharing.
Loved the texture of how these cookies came out. They were so easy! We ate the batch in two days!
These cookies are the way to my heart!!! I love Brownie anything!
I made these using the exact measurements as stated in the recipe (also used the same box of brownie mix as pictured) but the batter/dough was runny and was more like a batter than a dough. I couldn’t use the cookie scooper to make little balls as it was too runny. What did I do wrong?
I am sorry you had a bad results let’s see if we can figure this out. First check your box size Duncan Hines makes a smaller box than the 18.3oz. Just curious did you watch the video to see if you did anything different ?Like using a mixer instead of mixing by hand ,It is located on the bottom of the recipe card. You should be able to drop it by the spoon full or cookie scoop. You won’t be able to roll it in balls though. I make this recipe often and have never had it runny, slightly sticky but not runny. Over mixing the batter could effect the results as well. I will add to the recipe card if the dough is too runny you can add AP flour but I have never had to do this.