Brownie and Oatmeal Monster Cookies

I’m going to tell you right off—make these! They are insanely good. Think of it as a black and white cookie but with half of it being a brownie cookie from here and the other half being the oatmeal cookie from here. From there I decided to give it a caloric pump by making it a monster cookie with added chocolate chips, Pretzel M&Ms, and chocolate covered pretzels.

Brownie and Oatmeal Monster Cookies | Bakers Royale

I know caloric overkill, but that’s a theme here now and again—load up on the butter and sugar, then find your balance with the healthy savory recipes from around here. Yep, I have total polar opposite taste when it comes to sweet and savory.

Brownie and Oatmeal Monster Cookies | Bakers Royale

Off the food subject, if you follow me on Instagram, than you know I shared the behind scene shot of shooting this set than shortly thereafter I checked in to deliver the newest addition of awesomeness to our family. Who by the way was probably was not so happy about me constantly bending over to style this shot, so he kicked his way out—well, at least he did 25 hours later from when he busted the water seal.

Brownie and Oatmeal Monster Cookies | Bakers Royale

My point in telling you this . . . I had intended on reshooting on these, but life interrupted that, so these photos are as good as they get. And by the way, if you get lazy like I do when it comes to cookie making—just drop the two doughs in a jelly roll sheet and make this as dunking bars instead of cookies.

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Brownie and Oatmeal Monster Cookies

Yield: 3 dozen

Ingredients:

  • For the brownie cookie ingredients click, here.
  • For the oatmeal cookie ingredients click, here.

Directions:

  1. For the instructions to the brownie cookie portion click, here.
    • Once assembled, transfer the dough to the refrigerator to chill for two hours
  2. For the instructions to the oatmeal cookie portion click, here. (NOTE: Make sure to halve the recipe).
    • Add-in 11/2 cups crushed chocolate chips and 1 1/2 cups Pretzel M&Ms and 1 1/2 cups of chopped covered pretzels
  3. To assemble as cookies:
    • Roll together 1 tablespoon of brownie dough and oatmeal dough together and place on parchment lined bakesheet. Bake at 365 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
  4. To assemble as bars:
    • Randomly drop 1 tablespoon of brownie dough and oatmeal dough onto a jelly roll pan. Press to an even 1/2 inch layer and bake at 365 degrees for 10-12 minute  minutes or until oatmeal cookie portion is golden. Remove from oven and let cool in pan and then cut.

Comments

  1. says

    Naomi,
    I can’t believe you posted something right after delivering a baby! Amazing!! so happy for you and Matt!!! CONGRATS!! Like I said on Matt’s blog, hoping you two get some rest in between all the joy and craziness that comes with having a new beautiful bundle in your home. He is so precious! and maybe he was trying to bust out to get one of these monster cookies!!!

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  2. says

    I love monster cookies! My mom would make them for us as kids, and I loved all the different ingredients she would throw in. Dried fruits, nuts, chocolate… it was always a fun surprise to see what was packed into each bite.

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  3. says

    One, you are amazing for posting right after delivering. I mean, that is some dedication! Two, these cookies are insanely awesome. Perfect for the holiday weekend!

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  4. says

    Congrats on the new one!!! Oh man. . . .these look so delicious! It has all the things I love going on – saltiness, sweetness, chocolateyness. . .

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  5. says

    You are one dedicated lady. I cannot believe you had the gumption to kick these babies out. And then pump out a baby. So happy for you! Congratulations X 10. Can’t wait to see the IG reveal of the babes.

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  6. says

    Such exciting news!!! Congrats again!
    And these cookies look awesome. I am the exact same way. Overkill with desserts but then healthy actual meals. Having said this, I am not above cookies for breakfast 😉

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  7. LA says

    Congratulations! Thank you for sharing this brownie cookie recipe. They are fantastic! I used 7 oz milk choc chips then mixed in 5 oz Andes creme de menthe baking chips. It makes for a perfect chewy mint choc cookie. This recipe is a keeper!

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    • Naomi Robinson replied: — May 26th, 2014 @ 9:21 pm

      LA – I’m so glad you liked it. It’s a new favorite of mine.

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  8. says

    Ahhh these cookies look fantastic! I’m such a sucker for Monster cookies and anything with M&M’s, so these are something I need to make ASAP, regardless of the fact that it’s practically summer beach time. More importantly though, congratulations on your newest addition of awesomeness! :)

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