In The Kitchen With Kaitlyn

Guest Post: Fudge Brownie Oatmeal Cookies

If you love chocolate & cookies, and have very little time on your hands, this is the recipe for you!

I'm Kaitlyn and I'm usually over at Wifessionals. I'm so glad that Rebecca invited me over here today to share this recipe with you!

These were a delicious creation inspired by my husband. Ryan loves brownies - I always have them on hand. That's how I came up with the Cheesecake Fudge Brownies I posted awhile back.

Well, these are amazing. You make them using brownie mix.

Pick dark chocolate or fudge...

Place 1/2 cup vegetable oil, 2 large eggs, and 1 tablespoon of water into a bowl...

...and add in your brownie mix and 1 cup oats.

Like this!

Stir it up good!

Then add in 1 cup of chocolate chips - I prefer semisweet.

Stir again....

Make heaping tablespoonfuls on a plate & place in the freezer. Chill for 30 minutes. During this time place your cookie sheets in the fridge. Why? Chilling the pans and dough will keep your cookies plump and they won't fall flat!

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. After your dough is chilled, place the cookie dough balls on your chilled pans, lined with parchment paper. If not all the cookies will fit in the oven, keep the dough chilling until your're ready for the next batch. Bake for 12 minutes. 

Let the cookies cool for one minute on the pan and then transfer the parchment/cookies to your counter to cool.

So tempting.....

Yummy yum. We also used these to make ice cream sandwiches after dinner.

To keep your cookies ooey-gooey, place them in an air tight container while they are still warm (:

And keep your puppy or small children away while baking these...or you might end up with oats all over your floor like I did.


These look too yummy! Thanks so much Kaitlyn for this awesome recipe and the time to share this with everyone. I'm sure you are going to make some bloggers happy this holiday with this great recipe.

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  1. oh my jesus that looks good...there goes my diet!


  2. holy yum -- the oatmeal makes them *healthy* right??? ;)

  3. Chocolate heaven! Yikes, they look yummy pinned recipe to try them.I had a nice visit on your blog today. Drop by sometime I am having giveaways going on in Dec. & one now. Visiting from