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What is it exactly that makes these brownies so unique and risqué from regular fudge brownies? Well, these brownies have a base layer of a chocolate chip cookie, a top layer of a chocolate fudge brownie, and an Oreo smacked dab right in the center of it all. Nothing quite beats biting into one of these sugary delicious treats. The reason my Instructable is using a cupcake pan to create individual brownies is just because it makes it easier to bake and serve; no cutting, no mess!

You will need:
- 1 package of Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie mix
- 1 box of Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Brownie mix
- 3 large eggs
- 1 stick of unsalted butter
- 1/3 cup of water
- 1/3 cup of vegetable oil
- Package of Oreos
- Cupcake pan
- PAM

Step 1: Prepare the Essentials

Preheat the oven to 350° Fahrenheit to prepare for the baking of your deliciously decadent creation. Then, spray PAM in each cup of the cupcake pan and wipe cooking spray evenly with a napkin throughout.

Step 2: Mix the Dough

You will then prepare the cookie dough. I always prefer and use Betty Crocker’s Chocolate Chip Cookie mix for the base of the brownie because it's just my favorite tasting cookie dough. Simply follow the instructions on the packaging to prepare the dough by adding 1 stick of softened (not melted) butter and 1 large egg to the dry mix and mixing well together.

Step 3: Blend the Brownies

Once the cookie dough is mixed, you will begin to prepare the brownie mix. I chose to use Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Brownie mix. Again, you will follow those instructions by adding the dry mix with 2 eggs, 1/3 cup of water, and 1/3 cup of vegetable oil and blending.

Step 4: Place the Base

Place a little smaller than a spoonful of cookie dough into one of the cups of the pan so that there is about a half inch thick layer of cookie dough that covers the base of the cup. Repeat this until all cups have the same layer of cookie dough filled.

Step 5: Shove in Some Oreos

Next, you will add one Oreo to the center of each cup and press firmly so the cookie stays in place while baking. Be sure not to press too hard, otherwise the cookie will break!

Step 6: Pour the Brownies

Use a spoon or ladle and fill the remaining area of the cups with brownie mix, but be careful not to fill them directly to the brim because they will overflow; just a little below the brim is perfect.

Step 7: Bake It

Place the cupcake pans in the oven set at 350° Fahrenheit and let bake for about 18 minutes. Once cooled, take a knife to carefully separate the brownie from the pan and remove onto a plate.

Step 8: Enjoy!

Take a bite and enjoy the sweet taste of your delicious Slutty Brownies!
<p>thanks so much! Mine turned out great! I made them for a bake sale and they sold out faster than anything else :)</p>
<p>I like the cupcake pan because the outside edge is the best part.</p>
<p>These look really good. I just cant understand how they are slutty.</p>
<p>I was expecting it to be a blonde joke, since blondies are the vanilla counterpart to brownies. Maybe it's because there's a sort of cookie menage a trois going on here? </p><p><a href="http://www.thelondoner.me/2011/06/slutty-brownies.html" target="_blank">Internetted</a> and found the answer: They're called Slutty Brownies because they're oh so easy, and more than a little bit filthy.</p>