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Is there such thing as too much of a good thing? We have to admit that, sometimes, the answer is yes. For instance, what if you’re craving both brownies and cookies? You can’t make both — think of the volume of ingredients required, the dishes, and the vast quantity of sweets you’ll have on hand after making two full batches of dessert. Well, Martha Stewart
has a clever solution to solve your sweet-toothed woes. She combined brownies and cookies into one chocolatey dessert, so you can get the best of both sweets with only one set of ingredients to mix and dishes to worry about.
We should have known that Stewart would have the perfect recipe. After all, she’s literally written the book on baking cookies.
To capture the intensely rich, chocolately flavors of brownies in cookie form, Stewart’s recipe includes both cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate, along with brown sugar, which gives the cookies caramel undertones and a bit of chew.
One thing that really makes these cookies taste like brownies, and not just chocolate cookies, is the addition of walnuts. There are walnuts in the cookies, and they’re sprinkled with walnuts, too. They get nice and toasted while baking in the oven, and are an iconic part of so many family brownie recipes, that including them makes all the difference.
Stewart says that these cookies are the perfect way to finish out a picnic, and we won’t argue there. But we also think these cookies would be delicious with some vanilla ice cream sandwiched between a couple of them, and they make for a satisfying late night treat, too, whether you’re craving a cookie or a brownie.
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