Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies

My daughter gave me this recipe. I made it easier (and just as good) by using a brownie mix instead of making them from scratch.

For brownies:
1 Chewy Fudge brownie mix
For cookie:
½ cup shortening
¼ cup sugar
½ cup brown sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla
1 egg
1 cup flour
1 (12 ounce) package semisweet chocolate chips

For glaze:
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
2 tablespoons margarine
1 (8 ounce) container pareve whip

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare brownies according to package directions for chewy brownies, not cake-like ones. Pour into greased 9 x 13-inch pan. Next prepare cookie topping. Cream together shortening and sugars until fluffy. Beat in other ingredients and drop by spoonfuls on top of the brownie. Bake for about 1 hour or until browned. Cool.

When completely cooled, prepare glaze. Melt together chocolate chips and margarine. Whisk in whip and stir until smooth. Cool slight and pour over brownies. Store in refrigerator.

8 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies

  1. hi for the chocolate chip cookie brownie is it better to use margarine or crisco(shortening) thanks

  2. I am somewhat dismayed. This site is called Gourmet Kosher Cooking – yet too many of the recipes call for already prepared cake mix items – such as in this: “Chewy Fudge Brownie Mix”. We don’t get many cake mixes in Israel, and I would at any rate never use one, with all the preservatives, etc. that are listed on the boxes. You can’t be “gourmet” and use prepared cake mixes!

    • I’m sorry to read about your dismay. Even “gourmet” cooks need shortcuts now and then. I personally welcome shortcuts – if I can present a good dessert that didn’t require all day in the kitchen, so much the better. I know many people in Israel who find and use cake mixes but it doesn’t matter: if you don’t want to use a cake mix, just use your favorite brownie recipe for the bottom layer – and enjoy!

  3. We were very happy with this recipe. It was relatively easy and looks very nice. The cream on top is great and I would use it for other bars as well. One guest suggested adding peanut butter to the middle cookie layer which sounds like a great idea. Any suggestions on how to go about doing that?

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  5. Hi… I landed here by googling “Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownie” 🙂 Needless to say, I’m not in need of kosher, but this is the best looking recipe for this I’ve found! (I don’t think the individual who requested it wants cookie DOUGH on top like most recipes out there)… all that said… I don’t know what pareve whip is or if I can even get it at a regular grocery store– is there a fairly easy substitute?

    • Hi and welcome! Pareve whip is non-dairy whipping cream so you can use whipping cream as a substitute or another non-dairy whipping cream of your choice. The kosher consumer does not combine milk and meat so we need to use non-dairy products when serving the item with a meat or chicken meal. Love to hear your feedback!