Easy Brownie Cookies

  1. Bonnie says:

    I hope you won’t delete your other recipes from your “old” blog. I have tried
    several and loved them. I printed those out, but the ones I haven’t tried yet, I
    only saved the link to the page.

    I must say I LOVE LOVE your new website.
    You were the 2nd blog I ever began reading a few years back. My kids are almost grown so I don’t exactly need parenting tips now (ha) and I’m not much into the fashion stuff, but I still can’t resist coming back
    to your blog and catching up – it’s like an old friend! Anyway, after years of seeing it evolve, I always thought it was much too simple of a design anyway. This just suits you perfectly!!

    • Lindsay says:

      Thank you Bonnie! This is definitely still a work in progress, but I think it’ll work a lot better in the end. 🙂

      As for the recipes, I’ll repost them as I make them and take better photos- I just got a new camera lens, so I can improve the look, I think. Plus, I’ve got a TON of awesome new recipes. I’m only going to post my favorites, so everything is guaranteed to be good.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Testing, testing my new comment system!

  3. Mary says:

    I have always made these from scratch at Christmas time. (My all time favorite cookie) I will definitely have to try this recipe out!

    Do these harden up fairly quickly (within a day)? The cookies my recipe makes have a tendency to get hard if not eaten within 48 hours, even when in an airtight container.

    • Anonymous says:

      I left these out for several hours and they stayed nice and soft, but I did put them in an airtight container after that. Once they had cooled, I warmed them in the microwave for a few seconds before serving, which also makes them softer. 🙂

  4. Kathy from NJ says:

    I read this recipe, then made them. Delish!

    • Anonymous says:

      Excellent! I love this recipe because it’s made of stuff you probably already have in the pantry. What kind of brownie mix did you use?

      • Kathy from NJ says:

        Betty Crocker Dark Chocolate (that’s what I had in the pantry) and I added 6 oz of mini-chocolate chips.

  5. Jessica Jackson says:

    I make these from scratch at Christmas too, an old recipe of my mom’s that we used to call Wagon Wheel Cookies.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s amazing how many variations of this recipe there are! I love that you can get the same effect with a box of brownie mix. 🙂

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