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  • Step 1

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees and line a glass 9x9 inch baking dish with parchment paper. Spray with cooking spray.

  • Step 2

    Place oreos in a ziploc bag and crush into pieces (not fine crumbs!).

  • Step 3

    Prepare brownie batter according to instructions.
    Fold in half oreo pieces.

  • Step 4

    Pour into pan and bake 25 minutes, allow to cool completely.

  • Step 5

    Heat buttercream (either in a microwave for 20 seconds or on the stovetop on medium heat) until it is pourable.
    Pour over top of brownie and sprinkle with remaining oreo pieces.

  • Step 6

    Melt white chocolate over a double boiler and spoon over oreos.
    Swirl with the back of a spoon and refrigerate at least one hour.

  • Step 7

    Cut into squares and serve.

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Jayme
Jayme · Jackson, New Jersey, US · 10 projects

o0o0o Im gonna make these for my friends pot luck birthday party coming up and I LOVE Ghirardelli's Brownie Mix it is sooooo good and this recipe will make them AMAZING!

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Somoy
Somoy

that shouldn't be invented, to tasty

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Suzi P.
Suzi P. · a hole in the ground nearby eindhoven, somewhere where its cold in the winter, Netherlands · 12 projects

this site is deadly...to many yummy things!

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jojobeandesigns
jojobeandesigns · Wayne, New Jersey, US · 52 projects

Mi.ezekatze: Cooking spray (like the name brand Pam) is commonly found in grocery stores in the US. It prevents baked goods from sticking to pans. If you don't want to use anything with chemicals, there are several commercials brands that are all natural. You can also just butter and flour a pan instead, or use parchment paper.

You may also use any traditional "from scratch" brownie recipe to make these if you prefer not to use a boxed mix. I also prefer baking from scratch, but not everyone always has the time or the means to do so. I appreciate your "no offense" statement, but it is so obviously negated by the harsh remarks that follow that you needn't have bothered.

Thanks to everyone else for your comments and I hope you try the recipe!

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Lucia
Lucia · San Luis Obispo, California, United States · 6 projects

Ok I made these at my sleepover and they were a hit!! These are absolutely amazing!! We ate them before I had a chance to take pics :P

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Moxie D.
Moxie D. · Chandler,, AZ, United States · 4 projects

Mmmmm....Bring on the sugar coma!

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MetallICK™ Mandie-Poo<3
MetallICK™ Mandie-Poo<3 · Tacoma, Washington, US · 5 projects

oh my, these are going to be attacked and gone within seconds lol

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Lizaeola
Lizaeola · Berlin, Berlin, Germany

sexy

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minty
minty · over the rainbow, CA, United States · 16 projects

one word YUM:D

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Mi.ezekatze
Mi.ezekatze · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 126 projects

What the heck is cooking spray?

Nothing against this recipe, but I personally prefer the old fashioned way of baking, one that conciders actuall ingredients and no spooky chemical mixtures and ready-made powders.... ;)

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