OMT’s Toffee Bits Cookie Dough Brownies

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I have been in a baking mood in the last few weeks and since I was raised right, I’ll share!

When I started out, I thought I’d make a specific brownie recipe, but instead had to adapt because I was short on a few key ingredients.

OMT’s Toffee Chip Cookie Dough Brownies are the result:

OMT's Toffee Bits Cookie Dough Brownies

OMT’s Toffee Bits Cookie Dough Brownies

Yield: 16 cookie dough brownies


  • Brownie
  • Follow package directions on brownie mix. I used Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate Brownie mix that has big chips in the batter.
  • Toffee Bit Cookie Dough
  • ¾ cup unsalted butter
  • ¾ cup dark brown sugar
  • ¾ cup granulated sugar
  • 3 tablespoons half and half
  • 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1½ cups chopped toffee bits


  1. Make Brownies: Follow directions on package for brownies and cook accordingly. I used an 11 x7 pan, buttered. Cool completely.
  2. Make Cookie Dough: In a mixer on medium speed, combine the butter and both sugar until fluffy. Add half and half and vanilla and mix. Mix in flour until combined. Finally, using a wooden spoon or spatula, stir in the toffee bits.
  3. Once brownies are cooled, spread the cookie dough over them. Refrigerate for an hour, or until firm.
  4. Cut.
  5. Nom.


Adapted from Brown Eyed Baker

While the original brownies I intended to make were purdier and more showcase-tastic than mine, I can testify that I rolled my eyes to the back of my head when I took a bite of this version. In hindsight, I should have baked it in a bigger pan, doubled the brownie recipe for a more substantial brownie portion, and maybe added a bit more half and half for ease of spreading the cookie dough.

As far as taste goes, I don’t think I could have done any better!

Adaptation is fun!

What are you waiting for?  Get to bakin’!

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  1. Yum! These look amazing! Found you through What’s Shakin!

  2. So? You are saying you need to do them over again only make more? Well why not! They sure look yummy.

  3. These look soooo Yummy! I could sink my teeth into one right now *drool*

    I’m visiting via Oh What a HAPPY Day Link Party and your newest Follower 🙂

  4. These are making my mouth water. I told myself I was going to be good after gorging on Easter candy, but I think this is a recipe I need to try. Pinning it.

    (Found you through WFMW)

  5. Diana @ Moms Living Leaner says

    Toffee, cookie dough and brownies all in one recipe?!?! I must try these! Thanks for sharing

  6. oh my. These look so yummy

  7. Love how these came about using stuff you had on hand. Just pinned!

  8. I made some toffee and chocolate chip cookies a while ago and they were fantastic! I bet these brownies are awesome.

  9. You are killing me with all your good sweets recipes! My mouth starts watering looking at your pics and I can just imagine how good they taste! Thanks for linking with me at GSIS!

  10. Saw you on Ducks n’a Row- gimme gimme! These look divine!

  11. Just pinned!!! And posted them on Facebook for our Crafty’s coffee Break:)))))

  12. Faith @ Artistic31Mama says

    I’m pinning these! Yummy!! They look so good. 🙂

    I’m visiting from the Ducks n a Row blog hop. Hope you have a great week; thanks for sharing this recipe.

    Faith, Family, Food & Crafts
    (A creative mom of four living a modern Proverbs 31 life.)

  13. Oh my goodness, I LOVE toffee. This brownie sounds divine. yumyumyum.

  14. Mmm, some of my favs in one sitting.


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