Introduction: Oreo Brownies

About: I am passionate about anything and everything engineering and physics. I am interested in much of chemistry and biology and I enjoy most art and craft + cooking and baking. I have completed my bachelor's in me…

So after a long day of lectures, rock climbing and working on CADs I decided to unwind. So its gaming time! but then.. why not bake brownies, its just as fun and i can eat brownies...
Of course i had lots of help with the brownies, or its more like me helping. But it matters not, I get brownies and now you can too!

Anyway here is the list of ingredients, you might notice i used more than stated as I made double portion 
• 3/4 cup flour
• 1/2 cup cocoa powder
• 1/2 tsp baking powder (you can skip this)
• 1 tsp salt
• 6 oz (12 tbsp) melted butter
• 1.5 cups sugar (we used brown sugar) *THIS WAS WRONG* the 1.5 cups was for the double portion, its just 3/4 cups
• 3 eggs
• 1.5 tsp vanilla extract
• 1 pack original vanilla cream Oreo
• 1 cup chopped, toasted nuts ( we run out of nuts, so we used the oreos instead
• 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips (we dint use this too)

Here admire the brownies... but it tastes better than it looks, don't believe it? try it!

Please have mercy when you comment this is my first food related ible 

Step 1: Butter and Cocoa

First step, melt the butter  and add in cocoa powder.
Very simple, next step!

Step 2: The Other Ingredients

Next beat your eggs, sugar and vanilla in another bowl

Step 3: Mix

You might want to preheat your oven now set it to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit  
 Now mix in the melted butter/cocoa
then sift in flour (we got lazy, so skipped the sifting)

Step 4: Adding Oreos

Crush your oreo cookies and save the creamy goodness
just mix in the oreos after crushing
if you have nuts, i highly recommend adding walnuts

Step 5: Bake Time!

Prepare one or two trays of suitable size and line with baking parchment
then just pour in that thick chocolaty goodness
And bake till slightly firm, around 20-30 min

Step 6: Final Touch and More Pics!

Now, remember that oreo cream you saved, use it now!