Chewy Fudgy Brownie Cookies
This brownie cookie recipe is worth the wait, though. I know there are a lot of recipes for brownie cookies out there and a lot of them are definitely delicious, so I won't go touting how mine is the best or anything, but this recipe is my favorite.
Keep scrolling after the recipe for a few of my tips and notes about this recipe.
Notes and Tips
Chilling the Dough:
You can cover the dough and chill it for one hour as the recipe says, or if you want to speed things along, scoop it onto a parchment lined cookie sheet - they can be close together to get them all on one sheet, since you aren't baking them yet- and pop them in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes. They will then be ready to roll and place about 2 inches apart on a parchment lined baking sheet for baking.
If these cookies last more than a day, my favorite way to store them is in the freezer. They freeze very well. In fact, most of the time I like to sneak some into the freezer before my kids get ahold of them, so that I have at least a few on hand for another day. If you don't want to freeze them, then make sure you store them in an airtight container, so they don't dry out.
I bake these on parchment paper, and my absolute favorite is this that I purchase from Amazon. I love that it is unbleached and the fact that it is precut is so convenient. Even my husband has mentioned how much he loves it when he needs it in the kitchen.
I love these brownie cookies and I hope you enjoy them too!