More fun with Oreos – Chocolate Chip Oreo Cookie Bars

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Do you have a favorite type of Oreo?  Personally I like the ones that come out around Halloween time with the orange frosting.  They don’t taste any different from the regular ones I don’t think, but for some reason the orange makes it easier to consume an entire package of them…  I also like the double stuffed ones because there is nothing wrong with putting more of that mysterious frosting stuff in my mouth.  I’m not really into the golden ones, or the uh oh oreos.  I know there’s a myriad of other flavors such as mint, peanut butter, birthday cake, and cookie dough!? but I’ve never actually tried those ones.  Let me know if any of them are worthwhile in the comments!

these are undeniably the best
these are undeniably the best

For these cookie bars I used double stuffed oreos.  Like I’ve said countless times, you can never go wrong with double stuffed!  From this endeavor I learned a few things about my new kitchen Including the fact that I have a pretty weak oven.  These had to cook for nearly 40 minutes when the recipe I based them on only had them in for 25! 

Also, because I don’t have an electric mixer I creamed the butter and sugar myself (cue your impressed faces at my powerful muscles) Either way they came out AMAZING and my sorority sisters devoured them at our chapter meeting!

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CHOCOLATE CHIP OREO COOKIE BARS

The Ingredients:

BARS-
2 cups brown sugar
2/3 cup salted butter
3 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
2 1/2 cup flour
2 1/4 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
12 crushed oreos
1 cup chocolate chips

TOPPING-
2 crushed oreos
1/4 cup chocolate chips

The Recipe:

1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees
2. Soften the butter in the microwave then add to the brown sugar in a large bowl.  Cream them together
3. Mix in eggs and vanilla
4. In a separate bowl mix together 1 cup of flour with the baking powder and salt
5. Pour the dry into the wet and mix together
6. Add in the rest of the flour
7. Fold in the oreos and chocolate chips
8. After baking for 15 minutes add the toppings and continue baking for another 10 to 20 minutes (depending on how useful your oven is)
9. ENJOY!

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Rachel, 25, Badass feminist, Kitchen mess maker, Spanish speaking television buff, Bikram yoga junkie, Buffy Summers wannabe, ED Recovery warrior.

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