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Decadent, Naughty Brownies – Bake Them Today!

When Mini-me and I feel like baking rest assured it is always something chocolatey. Occasionally, we will email each other recipes to save for when she comes home from college and we have our bake-a-thon.

You can imagine my delight when she sent me the recipe for the most decadently delicious chocolate brownies I have EVER seen.

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They’re called – kids, cover your ears!  – “Slutty Brownies,” because according to Rosie of  The Londoner, their clever creator, “they’re oh so easy, and more than a little bit filthy.”

What more can you ask for?!

We’ve renamed them the slightly less provocative, “Naughty Brownies,” because the other doesn’t sit well when offering them to grandma or the neighbor’s kids…from what we’ve heard.

What’s really exciting about this recipe is that you can get as creative as you wish with the middle layer. We added Oreo’s as the recipe calls for, but next time we’re going to add Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

Other delicious alternatives: Thin Mints, thinly sliced Snickers (or your favorite candy bar), pretzels (if you’re craving salt), caramels, mini-marshmallows, creamy/crunchy peanut butter, chocolate covered coffee beans, chocolate raisins, and golden raisins (for the health minded).

This super easy recipe calls for a box Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix and Brownie Mix, eggs, oil, and Oreos. For ours, we used our favorite Barefoot Countessa Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe and Ghirardelli Fudge Brownie Mix.

Continue to Carpool Goddess  for the full recipe.

Linda Wolff

Linda Wolff writes the lifestyle blog Carpool Goddess where she explores life in the empty nest now that carpool is over. Follow Linda on Facebook and Twitter and see for yourself that midlife's not so scary.

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