Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs

These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs are fudgy, rich chocolate brownies wrapped around egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough, then coated in milk chocolate. You don't want to miss this ultimate treat!

Oh mylanta. What have I done?

If I’m not mistaken, that’s a ball of cookie dough surrounded by a fudgy brownie and then coated in chocolate and sprinkled with mini chips.


Sometimes, I don’t even know WHERE half my ideas come from. I literally operate like a mad scientist part of the time, throwing things together with my fingers crossed, hoping it’ll work. Sometimes it does, like in this instance. Other times, like when I tried to put Jello mix into prepackaged sugar cookie dough and it tastes like a chalky version of Play-Doh and I stared at Pinterest like all disappointed because it let me down with those tempting Jello-cookie recipes that taste like poop, it doesn’t.

Most days, you can find me scatterbrained and roaming the grocery store like a complete looney tune. I’d love to see the surveillance footage of me wandering aimlessly between the candy aisle and baking aisle, discussing to myself in a low whisper of what I could do with this bag of Reese’s cups as I run around like not only a chicken with its head cut off, but if it was also on fire and having ninja stars thrown at it from every direction. Is it just me, or does the prospect of ninja stars being thrown at you totally increase the intensity of something?

Lucky for me, I usually shop at a store that may or may not rhyme with Schmalmart, and the fact that I’m aimlessly walking back and forth while talking to myself isn’t really that out of the ordinary. The bad news is I’m proooobably going to bet my psycho face staring longingly/confusingly into a box of red velvet cake mix is more than likely on People of Walmart or something. Ya win some, ya lose some.

Anywhooooo, the idea for these truffles came from left field. I had a bunch of St. Patty’s Day recipes I wanted to make this weekend, and out of nowhere, a huge zeppelin of awesome floated into my brain and interrupted whatever I was doing at the present moment, which probably wasn’t important since I’m either reading trashy magazines or judging customers at work for ordering mayo and lettuce on hot sandwiches (it’s a NO, people–hot mayo? wilted lettuce? You need an intervention).

These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs are fudgy, rich chocolate brownies wrapped around egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough, then coated in milk chocolate. You don't want to miss this ultimate treat!

And this zeppelin dropped a gigantic bomb of brilliance on me: wrap a brownie around a ball of cookie dough. Then coat said ball in chocolate. And voila, this cataclysmic invention was created. You’ll never enjoy brownies or cookie dough respectively, again. This is the ultimate.

Now pardon me, but I have some reading/judging to do and it’s VERY important.

These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs are fudgy, rich chocolate brownies wrapped around egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough, then coated in milk chocolate. You don't want to miss this ultimate treat!

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs
Recipe type: Bombs
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Serves: 15-18
My SIGNATURE recipe. Bomb your diet. Do it.
  • ¾ cup butter, softened
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • ¼ cup white sugar
  • 2 Tbsp milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • Pinch salt
  • 2 cups miniature chocolate chips, divided
  • 1 pkg fudge brownie mix, baked and cooled
  • 1 pkg Candiquik or chocolate almond bark
  1. Let's make some dough! In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat together the butter and sugars until creamy. Add the milk and vanilla; beat to combine. Lastly, beat in the flour and pinch of salt until a soft dough forms. Stir in ONE (1) cup of the mini chips.
  2. On a foil-lined baking sheet, drop rounded, (scant) Tablespoon-sized balls of dough. I used a cookie dough scoop for this and just scantily filled it so the cookie dough balls wouldn't be so big. Freeze the cookie dough balls for about an hour to firm up.
  3. Cut the brownies into small squares, about 1" in size. Pick up a square and gently flatten it with your palm. Fudgy brownies will flatten easily and retain their moisture which is why it's important to make sure you use a fudgy brownie mix rather than a cake-y one.
  4. Place a cookie dough ball in the middle of the flattened brownie and very gently, wrap the brownie around the cookie dough ball. If the brownie cracks, that's okay; just kind of roll it in your fingers until the brownie completely surrounds the cookie dough. Repeat until all cookie dough balls are covered, then return to the freezer for 30 minutes or so.
  5. Prepare chocolate bark according to package directions. Using a fork, dip each brownie truffle into the chocolate, coat completely, and allow excess to drip off. Return to the foil-line sheet and sprinkle the tops with the remaining cup of mini chips, for garnish. Store these bad boys in the fridge or freezer, in an airtight container.
  6. **Note: You may have extra balls of cookie dough leftover. May I suggest making cinnamon rolls or stuffed Oreos? Or, uh, eat them? Why am I telling you what to do with cookie dough?**


These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs are fudgy, rich chocolate brownies wrapped around egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough, then coated in milk chocolate. You don't want to miss this ultimate treat!

Talk about the ultimate indulgence. Sometimes, the decision between fudgy, gooey brownies or chewy, buttery chocolate chip cookies is one I’m not willing to make. It’s not fair to either rejected party when I both want them so equally, and love them both so much. So I fixed the problem with a decadent chocolate/cookie dough bomb that melts in your mouth and tastes AWESOME. The cookie dough remains soft and gooey, while the chewy brownie provides the perfect blanket of rich chocolate. In other words, they’ll change yo life.

These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs are fudgy, rich chocolate brownies wrapped around egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough, then coated in milk chocolate. You don't want to miss this ultimate treat!

Have a great day!!

xo, Hayley


  1. Wow! Amazing! Greetings from Poland 🙂

  2. Trista Garza says:

    you are too funny! my husband started having a new “saying” in November of last year, and I thought it was weird and that he was the only one to have such a saying. But now I say it all the time now too! in fact, he tells me it’s his saying and i need to go find another one! What is this saying? Oh Mylanta! i love your blog and your sweets are amazing! your rainbow m&m cookies are the Best! my girls and my husband were over the moon eating them and those cookies didn’t last long. I am going to make these chocolate chip cookie brownie bombs amazing 2 of the best things in 1! ok now i am rambling! my turn to leave now! have a great day!

  3. This IS a gigantic bomb of brilliance. Yesssssssss. Brownie Bombs. I was still stuck on the Dr. Seuss Push Pops from yesterday and now CHOCOLATE. I’m so glad we’re friends.

  4. Oh my goooosh! Please can I come and live with you? I’ll be well behaved and taste test all your recipes – even the icky jello sugar cookie ones! These sound too amazing. Pinning!

  5. Cannot process this at 9 am. Just drooling all over myself (and my desk. it’s super unprofessional).

    And I’m totally a person that would order mayo and lettuce on a toasted sandwich. It’s quite possible the sandwich would only be cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo– if that’ll gross you out even more. I dont warm mind warm mayo (less gross to me than warm italian dress, BLECH) and lots of lettuces take well to wilting, like spinach 😀

  6. I picture you as a mad scientist making these, with lighting crashing in the background and an evil laugh as you hold your bombs to the sky.

  7. You should just call these “indulgent” bombs. Or “who cares if you are skinny, these taste way better” bombs. Or perhaps “drool” bombs. Either way, I want one right.this.second!

  8. bakeaholicmama says:

    Ridiculous. These are going to kill my weight loss plans.

  9. Catherine M. says:

    Holy wow! I have GOT to make these! You, my dear girl, are a mad genius. Thank you!

  10. Soooo….you’re bringing me these when you visit, right? 😛

  11. This is Spectacular! Seriously cookie dough, brownie, chocolate and chocolate chips! Come to momma! I see myself making these and sitting in a dark corner eating them all to myself! Most likely making myself sick because I have NO self control but so happy while I am doing it! LOL

  12. Cookie dough stuffed inside of brownies and coated with chocolate?! Yes, please! Do you deliver??

  13. No worries I talk to myself pretty much everywhere and that’s so not as acceptable as doing it at “scmalmart” heehee. Oh well – people just don’t understand all the awesome sugar-coated ideas floating through our minds and are just jelly 😉

    Speaking of jelly – I AM SO JEALOUS THAT YOU HAVE THESE AND I CANT EAT ANY. ahem. Dynamite & out of sight Hayley 🙂

  14. Ok, you are officially my favorite person ever. These look INSANE.

  15. I’ve died from the awesomeness. Literally. Hayley, these are just incredible! Pinning right away! 🙂

  16. I want a box of these and watch “Brothers and Sisters” on Netflix!!

  17. These sound like the perfect combination to me! Awesome 🙂

  18. note to self: stop looking at Hayley’s page when i’m starvvinnnggg!

  19. LOVE these!! Wow, these brownie bombs look bomb-diggity!! haha 🙂

  20. You always bring a smile to my face when I read your blog post for the day. I am equally as crazy when I wander the Supermarket aisle’s. Today, I was in Rite Aid staring at the candy section for a full twenty minutes, trying to come up with a recipe. I picked up a bag of chocolates, put them down, picked them back up, it was insane. Luckily, the homeless women in aisle two was hollering for a box of tampons so nobody was paying attention to me. These truffles look like the bomb diggity!

    • Hahahaha yay for the other crazy person save! Ugh, I always feel like the store thinks I’m pocketing candy since I pick it up and put it back and wander around so much, but I swear it’s just OCD!

  21. OH Wow, I can already feel the hard chocolate shell breaking between my teeth, than getting a mouthful of cookie dough goodness!

  22. Holy crap Hayley. YES. These can bomb right into my mouth thankyouverymuch. I do that wandering thing all the time. Right now, I’m even doing it in my head.

  23. Back for Seconds says:

    You just blew my mind.
    These are everything I love. I need them. Gotta make these!!
    Your photos are perfection, by the way! Bravo!

  24. Oh my gosh, these are ridiculously awesome!

  25. oh geez….I need one of these to wake me up this morning. I mean, cookie dough ball is one thing, but wrapped in a brownie then coated in chocolate – omg!!
    Gorg photos btw.

  26. Awesome 🙂

  27. Oh my goodness, these look SO good. I would killl for one of these right now. YUM!

  28. miniature chocolate chips make everything that much better – and that you worked chocolate, brownies, AND cookie dough all into one…yes, please. I need a dozen!

  29. Holy moly – good bye to my diet. I’m going to gorge on these stat!

  30. These are AMAZING! What an incredible recipe idea!

  31. Holy Deliciousness Batman! These look incredible!

  32. These look ridiculously luscious! Yum!

  33. I am totally cereal Halyey – you are the!!! but my thighs are NOT happy with you at all

  34. Hey Hayley! I have a quick question…about how many “bombs” can I get from this recipe? I have a birthday party that I’m attending to in a couple of weeks and think these would be a great hit! The party is expected to have about 40 to 50 guests so I’m wondering if I have to double, or even triple the recipe???

    • Hi Bianca! If I remember correctly, I believe I got about 15-18 bombs out of these. You could always make the cookie dough balls smaller and cut the brownies smaller, too, to help cut down on size. I’m sorry I can’t give an exact amount–I meant to record it when I made them a couple weeks back but forgot!

    • I saw the 15-18 and was making them for a big party. I doubled the recipe and made about 90! I got about 45 1″ brownies from one 9×13 pan and had 25 cookie dough balls left over. I did use the edge and corner pieces. Just be careful not to over bake the brownies so the edges are really hard and then unusable.

  35. Oh my actual life these look amazing!
    Also, I’m with you on the judging of lettuce in hot sandwiches…ick! I’ve had some random requests in my little shop such as toasted coleslaw panini (wuuuh?!), egg mayo toastie (umm nope I quite like not poisoning my customers ta very much!).

  36. They look incredible! I could live off them

  37. Genius. Seriously. Loving your pictures too, girl! I want to reach through the screen and grab a handful of these!

  38. These look amazing!!!

  39. Holy deliciousness! These look fantastic!

  40. I can’t wait to try these. I recently made chocolate chip cookie dough brownies, but dipping this in chocolate is the ultimate treat!

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  43. I licked the screen! Awesome stuff.

  44. Michelegill says:

    Not a big cookie dough eater but cheesecake sounds good instead. Going to have to try it!

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  46. I saw these on pinterest and I about died!! I am so making these!!

  47. How many servings does this make?

  48. I’ve been looking for just this, but I’m going to make them into kind-of cake-pops, stick a lollipop stick in them before the freezer, and makes the dipping in chocolate way easier.

  49. Oh this looks amazing!!!!

  50. I made these last night, and it made about 24, and they are the best thing I’ve ever made! My husband LOVED it!

  51. thank you so much for inventing this wonderful recipe. I made these last night but put my own spin on them I dip them in dark chocolate instead of the chocolate bark and I put walnuts in the brownies and instead of sprinkling the chips on top I rolled them in mini chocolate chips and pecans. those things are insane! I will be making them every time I go to a party now they were a hit! I’ve decided that next time before I roll them in the cons in chocolate chips I’m also gonna roll them in cracked sea salt…yummmmmm thank you again so much

    Lee Ann

  52. I was able to make 72 of them, each about a inch in diameter, for a party. I topped them with rainbow sprinkles and they were an absolute hit! (: thanks for the awesome recipe.

  53. Stephanie Branam says:

    Around how much is the yield on this recipe?

    • Hi Stephanie, with the size I used for the brownies and cookie dough balls, I got approx. 15-18. You could always make smaller cookie dough balls and cut the brownies smaller if you’d like!

  54. Made these for work and everyone absolutely loved them ! Little bit of work but well WELL worth it ! Can’t wait to make them again!

  55. Ciao, why don’t you translate your recipes for we italians 🙂 ?

  56. Phylllis says:

    Simply an awesome idea. Great for us chocoholics 🙂
    Got to make some of these.

  57. These look amazing. Making them for a date this weekend. I am an accomplished baker; however, am having trouble with the dough recipe. It is coming out very, very dry. Like powder more than anything else. My butter was super soft. So, I’m wondering did you pack the brown sugar? Because this tastes super sweet. Also, the liquid amounts are in teaspoons, not tablespoons, correct? I realize you are doing this without eggs, but where is the moisture coming from? Or did you kind of have to smoosh the balls to hold together? Help please! Thanks!

    • Hi Kathy! So I used a softened, or room temperature butter. Just soften a cold stick in the microwave for about 10-15 seconds, then proceed. I realize my mistake now–I put two TEASPOONS of milk when it should be TABLESPOONS. I’ll fix it ASAP! That should alleviate the problem with the dry dough, but if it’s still a bit stiff, add a little bit more milk at a time. Hopefully this fixes the problem!

      • Well, I couldn’t wait, so before I received your reply, I started messing around. Trial 2 came out much better. I ended up using shortening (Crisco), and 2 Tablespoons of milk and 1 Tablespoon of vanilla. SUCCESS! Woo hoo! Can’t wait till they are done. Nom nom!

  58. is it really 2 teaspoons of milk?

  59. Oh wow! Im gonna hafta try these!! What are the chances you could investigate throwing in salted caramel or dolche de leche?

    • Hi Jen! So for salted caramel, you could always stuff your cookie dough ball with a piece of salted caramel or a Rolo–just wrap the cookie dough around the candy and you’ll have a candy surprise inside! As far as dulce de leche goes, I’ll have to look into that!

  60. I saw these on Pinterest and I’ve got to say, they look amazing! Can’t wait to try this recipe out 🙂

  61. Just made these and they’re amaaazing! Thank you for this ingenious recipe!

  62. “walking back and forth while talking to myself isn’t really that out of the ordinary.” is just TOO funny! I will be making these for my hubby! Looks divine!

  63. If this is your original work, I hope you gave these guys permission to use it.

    Especially considering the fact that you’re generating ad revenue from it. Friendly heads-up.

  64. VicariousDame says:

    These look phenomenal just the way they are… however… I’m going to split my dough in half and do one portion as described, but the other portion will have Andi’s Mint chips instead of the mini chocolate chips… and then andi’s mint chips on top to garnish (and distiguish between the two flavors). Can’t wait to try these!! 🙂

  65. had a hard time getting the brownie to stick to the dough balls, more brownie ended up mushed on my hands/fingers than the balls….delicious though!!! 🙂

  66. Do you think I could use melted chocolate chips as the dip?

    • Hi Bonnie! Yes, however, I don’t like using chocolate chips only because they have a higher tolerance of congealing if they’re accidentally overcooked. But in a pinch you could absolutely use them!

    • If you use melted chocolate chips, add some shortening when you’re melting it, a few TBSP will do, it makes it a bit smoother when you dip them, and they still harden.

  67. Jesus Christ. Will you marry me? This blog, it’s like you’ve read the monologue inside my mind and claimed it as your own. I may prosecute. Tell you what, make me some bombs, we’ll come to an agreement. x

  68. Clare G says:

    Great recipe! Made it for friends and family and they LOVED it. I used toothpicks instead of a fork for dipping in chocolate and they worked great too!

  69. Hi, I’m from Australia. Does anyone know if you can buy ‘Chocolate Almond Bark’ in Australia? Or is there an equivalent? Thanks. 🙂

    • Hi Steve! You could always use chocolate chips or a bar of baking chocolate! Just be sure to watch it carefully while it melts, as chocolate chips tend to burn quicker than melting chocolate.

  70. Yummy they look DELICIOUS!

  71. Hi so a silly but quick question, Do I cook the brownies the way the box says and then put the uncooked dough in the middle then just refridgerate and then dip??

    • Hi Misty! So you cook the brownies, let them cool, then cut them into small squares. While they’re cooling, you can prepare your cookie dough — just the dough, and freeze the cookie dough balls until firm.
      Then, when the cookie dough has firmed up and the brownies are cut and cooled, take a square of the brownie and gently smoosh it in your hand to flatten it. Wrap that flattened brownie around a cookie dough ball to cover it completely. THEN dip that brownie-covered-cookie-dough in chocolate 🙂 hope this clarified for you, darling! 🙂

  72. This looks amazing! Cant wait to try these. Thank you!
    You seem like a very sweet person. Glad I found you. Hugs.


  73. WOW! Just made these last night for the family. I think they are in love with me all over again! Was testing them out, and will be making them for a luncheon at work.. and they are ALL choco-holics! They will absolutely LOVEEE these. Can’t wait- I’m so excited! THANKS so much for the recipe! Wow. just amazing 🙂

  74. Question…I made these as your recipe says using 2 TBSP of milk and 1 tsp vanilla and when I added the 2 cups of flour it just turned to a powder…what am I doing wrong??? These look delicious and I’m hoping to get them made the right way 🙂

  75. It seems yummy!! I’m from Spain and my english isn’t very good, but I follow you to see your work.

  76. yes please

  77. These look amazing! How do I follow you without getting emails all the time? I have come across many blogs lately that don’t let you subscribe using your blog instead of an email. I’d rather not get the emails but be able to find your blog easily when I want. I have many who I can follow without giving an email. is this possible for your blog?

  78. Made these amazing little treats and passed them out all over our elementary school for Teacher Appreciation today. The teachers had a fit. Several asked if I would please bring the recipe tomorrow. They were feeling completely appreciated and I was so happy to be able to put a smile on their face. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us!

  79. Andrea Vyse says:

    Hi there! These look amazing, making for a party this weekend. Did you use 8×8 brownies or 9×13 pan mix?

    • Hi Andrea! I used a 9×13 pan 🙂

      • Thanks!!! I baked a 9×13 pan this morning, so thats perfect!! But now I am wondering, if I cut them into 1×1 inch squares, thats giving me 117 brownie squares… and you said you got about 15-18 bombs… did you not use the whole pan, or what am I missing?

        • Hey Andrea! So I cut around the edges (since they’re usually crispier and won’t mold around the cookie dough well), but otherwise, I got approx. 15-18.. sometimes, you may need to pick off a little piece of another brownie bite to help cover, but the 1″x1″ squares should cover them pretty closely as is. You shouldn’t really have any brownies leftover!

  80. These are awesome!! Thank you for sharing!

  81. Reblogged this on The Craftsy Mom and commented:
    These look absolutely sinful!

  82. Good morning & Happy National Chocolate Chip Day!! Stopping by to let you know you that I featured your scrumptious recipe on my blog today in celebration of this “sweet” occasion! 🙂
    … Have a fabulous day! :*)

  83. Samantha Pace says:

    What brand packaged fudge brownie mix would you recommend for this recipe?

  84. Just found you on Pinterest (all the best stuff is on Pinterest) – love the recipe and the humor! Chocolate chip cookie dough covered with a brownie dipped in chocolate…life does not get better than this. 🙂

  85. Stephanie says:

    this look yummy and will be making this asap

  86. Hayley, This look like something to die for…make and hide and eat in total darkness…perhaps with a few candles and coffee or wine. What a brilliant idea!!! I also talk to myself in the grocery store, etc. My Grandmother Marie told me when I was a teenager…a lifetime ago…that some of the best conversations that she ever had were with herself.
    I live in my kitchen with my Bosch stove and Kitchen Aid mixer inventing new recipes. I have a cheesecake business in NW Wisconsin.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe…I just discovered your blog and I love it. Have a great holiday weekend.

  87. Love this and recipes!!!!

  88. Made these last night, they are insanely delicious. Were a huge hit with everyone that tried them, and more than satisfies my pregnant sweet-cravings. Definitely worth every bit of time it takes to make them. Thanks for the great recipe to wow my friends! …I think I’ll use the extra cookie dough balls in a milkshake?!

  89. Hi from sunny Qld in Australia! I hate to sound a bit backwards but over here we have no such thing as candiquick or almond bark??? Can you suggest a substitute that us Aussies might have?? Thanks for your help 🙂

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Emma! So Candiquik/Almond Bark is basically a chocolate meant to melt. Unlike chocolate chips, which have a tendency to scorch easily, chocolate bark has a higher burning point so it’s less susceptible to burn. However, in a pinch you could use baking chocolate bars or high-quality chocolate bars/chips and just keep an eye on them while you melt them! Start slow on a low temperature, stirring constantly, until just melted. Then dip as usual! 🙂

  90. These should be called TRIPLE TROUBLE!!!

  91. Camille says:

    The only words that come to mind right now are… You’re my hero. And I’m freaking making these to-NIGHT!!

  92. Autumnisntover says:

    Challenge Accepted 🙂

  93. Tannah Schroeder says:

    I did the first few steps and I’m ready to put the cookie dough mixture on the cookie sheet,but the mixture is crumbly. What can I add to it to make it doughy so I can form the balls?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Tannah, sorry I didn’t reply back in time! :\ you could try adding a little more milk to make it softer — that should do the trick!

  94. uh, change the serving amount to one and it’s perfect

  95. Pure genius! I mean, cookie dough. With brownies. Covered in chocolate. I die 🙂

  96. Kookeiz951 says:

    Question: What happens if you HALF cook the cookie dough? … will the recipe be better?

  97. These look absolutely incredible and like the perfect bite-sized sweet to satisfy my (daily) chocolate cravings!

  98. Good morning :-),

    I am loving the look of these bits of deliciousness but I’m not sure if you can get fudge brownie mix in the UK… If not can I just make a fudge brownie? Really want to try these out and so so pleased there are no eggs in the cookie dough as I don’t do raw eggies ;). Thank you x

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Betty! Absolutely — use your favorite recipe for fudge brownies, whether it’s store-bought or homemade! I recommend the fudgy brownies because they’re tackier than say, a cakey brownie. The moistness of the fudgy brownie adheres to the cookie dough better 🙂 can’t wait to hear how you like them!

  99. OK, I admit it, I’m the only person on earth who doesn’t like cooke dough! 🙂 Is there another filling that can be put in the middle, that’s not mooshie or wet?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Regina! Hm.. good question! I have another brownie bomb recipe which uses cheesecake in the middle; would that be too mushy? Otherwise, I can’t really think of anything at the moment except for perhaps a round candy, like a Mini Reese’s Cup or a truffle!

  100. So her I was sitting on the couch and I saw this and I ran to the kitchen, praying we had fudge brownie mix. And we did!!! I’m making them right now and I smell the brownies baking.. <3

  101. Chellie says:

    Can I use already premade refrigerated cookie dough for this?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Chellie, you could, but I should advise you that you technically *could* be at risk because you’re eating raw eggs. My dough is eggless so it cuts that risk. But if we’re being honest, I have eaten premade cookie dough MANY times–and egg-y dough–and haven’t been sick. That’s just me, though! Use your best judgment 🙂

  102. These look yummy…will have to try….and soon…. .also love the saying Oh Mylanta…….

  103. I love/hate you right now. I wanna cry because these bad babies are not already done waiting for me to pounce on them. Wowsers! Will. Make. Very. Very. Soon!!!

  104. These look like heaven on earth !

  105. Made these for Snack Shop at school! We sold out in like 5 minutes! They’re so easy to make and perfect when you need alittle chocolate kick!

  106. Looks yummi. Do you by any chance have a recipe for the fudge brownie? I have coeliacs and need to make everything from scratch 🙂

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Not at the moment, but I highly recommend Bob’s Red Mill for an awesome prepackaged brownie base that’s gluten-free!

    • Astrid – I have a hard time making GF desserts that don’t crumble too much. My brownies are vegan and incredibly moist and fudgey. I haven’t made the brownies GF yet, but do a lot of GF baking in general. Why not try out this recipe of mine and see how it goes?

      2/3 cups sorghum flour
      2/3 cups brown rice flour
      2/3 cups tapioca flour
      2 cups sugar
      3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
      1 teaspoon baking powder
      1 teaspoon salt

      1 cups water
      1 cup vegetable oil (I use canola)
      1 teaspoon vanilla extract
      ½ teaspoon almond extract (optional but so good)

      Preheat to 350F.

      In a large bowl, stir together the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt. Pour in water, vegetable oil, vanilla and almond; mix until well-blended.

      Spread evenly in a 9×13 inch baking pan. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, until the top is no longer shiny. I always check it then but need to let it cook about 40 minutes total. The first time you make this, start checking at 25 minutes.

      • thedomesticrebel says:

        Hi Lucy! Thanks for the GF brownie recipe — I’ll definitely be bookmarking this for some more GF recipes in the future!! xo.

  107. I Want This recipe !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  108. I dont have stand mixer-can i mix by hand or with a hand mixer

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Robyn! Absolutely! Hand mixer would definitely be easier than by hand, but if you had to, by hand works!

  109. SINEAD MULLIGAN says:

    Found these last night and I am trying them today, brownies are cooked and waiting to cool right now! Can’t wait to try them.

    I mixed the remaining cookie dough with ice-cream for an extra treat, might even serve them together!

  110. Fabulous and decadent recipe… & a perfect one for chocolate lovers. I have featured this with 10 of the best take a look!

  111. Excellent blog here! Also your site loads up fast!
    What web host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to
    your host? I wish my web site loaded up as quickly as yours lol

  112. Stumpmeister says:

    Thank you – please write a book! Your observational humour and positive outlook are fantabulous! Some of your best recipes coupled with your humour and take on life – would be akin to a chicken soup for the soul type of feel good writing! Thank you 🙂 xxx

  113. It looks very tasty and I would love to recreate it 🙂

    Just a question.. in the Netherlands we don’t have Candiquik, can you describe it, so I can think of a replacement. I thought it looked like marshmellows, is that correct?

    Thanks 🙂

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Marianne! Candiquik is a melting chocolate used to coat goodies, like these bombs 🙂 it has a higher melting point so it is less prone to scorching when heated. You can use any good quality chocolate in place of Candiquik; just make sure you melt it nice and slow so it doesn’t scorch!

  114. Great recipe thank you! I did find using a couple pieces of wax paper and a tortilla press works wonders for smushing out the brownies, just don’t smush it all the way down or they get a tish thin.

  115. Just finished making these.. they are great.. there was a lot of cookie dough left over too.. my kids and husband loved them.. we all did.. bringing some to the rest of the family in about an hour so we will see how that goes.. Thank you for sharing this wonderful treat….

  116. I just made these! Absolutely incredible! Love!

  117. I need these – gonna make them
    At the weekend 🙂

  118. Though I love the wrapped cookie dough idea, I have to disagree with your hot lettuce comment. Apparently, you’ve never been delighted with a hot lettuce and bacon dressing (Pa Dutch favorite!) on the holidays. You really should try it sometime. You’ll never look at that icky, warm, wilted lettuce the same again. As for warming lettuce on sandwiches? If it’s got bacon or any other good hard-core tasting meat? By all means, heat it up! You just might be glad you did! Hope you enjoy!

  119. Whooahhh talk about delicious!! I made this for my co workers and they were a big hit. Yes it does take some time to make, but it is completely worth it.

  120. Super awesome.. I am not a chocolate fan neither a good baker. But this simply looks amazing. I have to try these

  121. I was thinking of making these for a bake sale. Would they be okay sitting out for a couple hours?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Melissa! Yeah, they should be okay as long as they aren’t in direct sunlight 🙂 better yet, have a display and store the rest in an ice chest! Thanks and good luck!! xo.

  122. These are amaaaaazing. This recipe can be easily transformed to a vegan recipe with one-to-one substitutions. The crowds went wild, as did my mouth. Thank you for this excellent recipe.

  123. So, you don’t ever bake the cookie dough? I’m a little sketched out by eating raw eggs, other than that they sound insanely delicious.

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Jewel! This cookie dough is egg free — you replace the egg in the recipe with milk, making it safe to eat!

  124. Brooke Gault says:

    This might seem like a stupid question but do you cook the brownie mix first like it says on the box??

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Brooke! Not a stupid question — yes, you do cook the brownie mix according to package directions, cool, and then use the cooled and cooked brownies to make the bombs 🙂

  125. MelodyeAnne says:

    just made these with my daughter to share for Christmas parties at school, I’m afraid they turned out too big, but then again how can that be possible for hungry high school students, they look amazing !!!

  126. First I just wanna praise your genius recipe it’s amazing! I made these last night as a favor for my Christmas baskets and they are simply mind blowing! But I deep froze my whole batch to keep until Christmas day which is only a couple days away now but when I took one out you know to “test” just to see if they were still amazing 🙂 I noticed they become wet with condensation and almost melt… Any suggestions on how to give them as favors when they can’t remin cold??

  127. These look great! Any recommendations on how to make them all smooth and pretty when dipping? I always end up with that big flat glob at the bottom once the melted chocolate cools instead of a perfectly rounded ball.

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Jessica! Mine usually have somewhat of a base, too — they aren’t completely round! What I find it using a fork to dip them works best. Allow the excess chocolate to drip off into the bowl, and gently scrape the bottom of the fork against the sides of the bowl to get that extra bit of chocolate off the fork and truffle. Then very carefully slide it onto your baking sheet to set. You could also stick a toothpick in between the tines of the fork to help scootch the truffle off 🙂 hope that helps!

  128. Did you cook the dough before or is it not cooked
    There is flour

  129. Hey , this looks awesome , just one question, don;t u bake the cookies , wont it to be floury ??/

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi there! No, you do not bake the cookies and actually the dough isn’t super floury so it tastes super cookie dough-y 🙂

  130. Alexandra says:

    Hi! So I made this recipe and everything turned out great until I had to wrap the brownie around the cookie dough. The brownie was sticking to my hands, but also cracking and falling apart on me. Any suggestions as to what I did wrong??

    • Samantha says:

      This happen to me to!. And then the brownie fell off some when I dipped in chocolate. I used fudge brownie mix not sure what happen.

      • thedomesticrebel says:

        Hey Samantha! So sorry you had issues with your brownies! The only thing I can think of about the brownies falling apart would be A) they weren’t cooled all the way (hot brownies tend to crumble easier), B) they were slightly over-cooked (if they were drier it’d be hard for them to stick together), or C) maybe the brownie-coated cookie dough didn’t get frozen. After wrapping the cookie dough in the brownie, I recommend freezing the uncoated brownie bomb for about 20-30 minutes to firm up together before coating. Assuming your brownies were cooled, super fudgy and you froze them prior to dipping, I’m sorry but I don’t know what else it could be! Sorry you had issues with them, though! 🙁

  131. There should be a warning on this *WARNING: EXTREMELY ADDICTIVE*

    I made these for my husbands cake club at work and they said they were the best thing I’d ever made…I kept a few aside for us and oh my, I never stop craving them and my husbands work colleagues keep asking for more…worst thing I ever did making these! They’re just too good for human consumption haha 😉

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hahahahaha Beki, thanks for your hilarious comment! So glad to hear they were a hit at your husband’s work and among you and your family 🙂 you’re right, worst decision ever! Sorry for your new addiction! Haha 🙂

  132. can these sit out on the table for a few hours or will they need to be refrigerated?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hey Bethany! They’re fine to sit out for awhile, just don’t keep them in direct light — like by a window 🙂

  133. Just made the cookie dough (multiplied by 3) and rolled it into 99 dough balls (probably would have gotten at least 100 if my husband would have stopped eating my dough!). Put the balls in the freezer. Tomorrow’s job, making brownies and rolling each ball with a brownie. Looking forward to the finished project!!!
    Thanks a million for the recipe!

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Haha, dang husbands! Who can blame them though? Any cookie dough recipe I make is a miracle because I also inhale the cookie dough before I can even make the actual thing I’d intended, lol! Let me know how it turns out, Crystal!! 🙂

  134. Kali Ravel says:

    Aw man, I’m so disappointed.:( It’s a cultural thing. You see, in the UK, pre-packaged cake or, in this case, brownie mixes are seen as something to do with children, not something you’d seriously put in a recipe. Does anyone know of an equivalent homemade recipe that would work instead?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Kali! I’m sorry you feel that way about prepackaged brownie mix! Unfortunately in your case, my site uses prepackaged mixes as time-savers and to doctor them up for unique recipes like this one. You can, however, probably substitute your favorite fudgy brownie recipe in place.

  135. Elaan Honicker says:

    These were awesome to make. Everyone at my husbands work loved them! Thanks for sharing!

  136. hi! How long does this stay fresh in room temperature? 🙂

  137. Phoebe says:

    Hi Hayley!!
    If I am making these tonight and serving them on Friday, should I store them in the fridge or the freezer?? Thank you!!!


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  140. I made these for co-workers and it was a big hit!! Extremely delish, thanks. 🙂

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  142. I love it. It looks so yum !

  143. I made these for family Christmas and people really liked them, but the major complaint they were too sweet and too rich. When I made a second batch for my husbands coworkers today, I added a pinch of salt to the almond bark, and instead of sprinkling with chocolate chips, I used coarse sea salt. They were MUCH better the added salt balanced the sweet brownie and cookie dough and enhanced to chocolatr. If you don’t like the gland in your throat to throb after eating one and having to chug a bottle of water, add a little more salt to it

  144. I just had to stop by to tell you. Thank you so much for this AWESOME recipe!! This is to DIE for. I’ve been making these babies for over a year now and pretty much every time I see somebody that’s tried them, they ask when I’m making them again. This has become my go to all time favorite.

  145. This is to die for. Goodbye diet!

  146. Julie Weigand says:

    I love this recipe! So creative and delicious!

    Can you tell me how to store them an d how long they last for?


    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Julie! Thanks so much! These brownie bombs are awesome 🙂 I would recommend storing them in the fridge or freezer and bringing to room temperature just slightly before serving. I’ve kept mine frozen for about a month, and in the fridge I’d say they last about 4-5 days.

  147. They are SO GOOD! By far, the best brownies I’ve ever eaten. Even better than the ghiradelli box I like.

  148. I wish i could eat them write now.yummyyyy.

  149. Hiii .. I will love make this recipe.. But i have an question… Im read twice this recipe and i dont find in what moment you place in oven and how many minuts?… Only you say put in freezer… But the recipe have flour…
    Please sayme !!!!

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      You don’t bake the brownie bombs, only the pan of brownies according to the back of the brownie mix package 🙂

  150. Hello! We are hosting a bridal shower next weekend and I would like to know how long these hold? The shower is on a Saturday and, If possible, we may need to make them the Tuesday before. Will they dry out?!

  151. I will be making these not only because they look AMAZING but because your posting literally made me laugh out loud. You rock 🙂

  152. Hey, I’m excited to make these but I do not have a box of brownie mix on hand. Do you think I could just make homemade brownies instead? Would it still work the same? Do you have a recipe for brownies that you reccommend? Sorry, I usually like making everything from scratch.. thank you. c:

  153. Years ago before I had to watch my weight and the diet of my diabetic husband I would have jumped into the mixing bowl and devoured this before it was fully processed. But that doesn’t say that I can’t make this and bring it to my unsuspecting coworkers and let them overdose on delight. Your dialogue is delightful and it was so much fun bouncing around inside your brain for a while. The trip was delightful! You are my kind of girl!

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Jean, you are my kinda girl! I’m sorry you and your husband won’t be devouring this, but I guarantee your coworkers will love them! <3

  154. wendy graves says:

    Isn’t it unsafe to eat raw flour?

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Wendy, a lot of people have no adverse reactions to eating raw flour, me being one of those people. I feel like you’d have to eat a lot of raw flour to get sick – like, the entire batch of these, perhaps – but I’m not a dietitian so I can’t say for sure. However, you can always substitute a nut or oat flour, or organic flour, or cook your flour, in place of the raw flour. Just use your substitute flour in equal parts.

  155. These looks fun, festive and creative!

  156. Dianne Padich says:

    Recipe sounds good but I will make brownies from scratch. All those mixes have soy. Allergies you know. Yes, we have the ones that make us sneeze but we also have food allergies. I find altogether too many recipes that call for mixes or premade, I wonder sometimes what happened to the basic cook. I have always cooked/baked from scratch even though I worked full time my whole life. This is the type of recipe I like to find.

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Dianne, I am entirely self-taught in the kitchen and I do have homemade brownie recipes on the site. However, I know not everyone has time, energy or resources to make scratch-made desserts all the time, hence why I used brownie mix. You are welcome to make your own, but I advise not to insult those who prefer to use boxed mixes. Just because something started with a box does not mean it wasn’t made with love, or from a cook.

  157. These look fantastic!

  158. natasha hoffman says:

    THE BEST!!!!Made them for xmas everyone enjoyed them when the container was empty they kept opening it looking for more even though they new they were gone. They just kept wishing more would magically appear. Well its now one and a half months later and I guess its time for more to majically appear. Yes, I’m making them again. Only with less people in the house now maybe they will last longer……

  159. jacqueline says:

    Can i use store brought cookie dough instead or would it change the taste of the finished product.

  160. jacqueline says:

    Ca you use store brought cookie dough instead, or will it change the taste of the finished product.

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Hi Jacqueline, I cannot give you an answer for that. Store-bought cookie dough (like the refrigerated kind) runs the risk with salmonella since it contains raw eggs. Personally, I have never had an adverse reaction to eating raw, store-bought dough but everyone is different. It will not affect the finished taste of the product and it will still taste fine, but as far as if you’re willing to risk it, that’s up to you 🙂

  161. Oh my goooosh! Please can I come and live with you? I’ll be well behaved and taste test all your recipes – even the icky jello sugar cookie ones! These sound too amazing. Pinning!

  162. You can also make these with coconut oil and pasteurize your eggs for the cookie dough in the microwave instead of omitting them.

  163. Sooooooooo good!!


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