Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

filed under: Chocolate Cakes on May 26, 2017

Is there anything better than brownies and chocolate chip cookie covered in decadent chocolate syrup? This (surprisingly easy!) Brownie Cookie Dough Cake is sure to be a show-stopper! If you love cake, be sure to visit my 50 Best Cake Recipes in the World!

Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

To make this cake you will need:

2 boxes of Brownie Mix (or you can triple this homemade brownie recipe)

cookie dough frosting (below)

4 cups chocolate chips (can be milk or semi-sweet chocolate)

1 cup mini chocolate chips

small offset spatula

cake stand

How to make a Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

Begin by preparing brownie mixes according to box directions. Place 2 cups of brownie batter into each 8-inch round cake pan, three pans total. (To prepare the pans I generously coated them with GOOP, then placed a parchment circle in the bottom, then added more GOOP.)

Allow brownies to cool then remove from pan.

While the brownie is baking, prepare Cookie Dough Frosting.

Easy Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

How to Assemble a Brownie Cookie Dough Cake

Place 1 layer of brownie on the cake stand. Cover with about 1/2 cup of cookie dough frosting using a small offset spatula. Sprinkle 1/2 cup of mini chocolate chips on top. Add next layer of brownie, cover with 1/2 cup cookie dough frosting, then 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips. Place the final layer of brownie on top and cover the entire cake with remaining cookie dough frosting.

Now press chocolate chips into the sides and top of the cake. Fill in as much as possible.

Drizzle 1 cup of chocolate syrup (you can also use chocolate ganache) over the entire cake. Chill until ready to serve.

5 from 3 votes
Brownie layer cake covered in cookie dough frosting with chocolate syrup drizzled over top on a rustic wooden cake stand.
Cookie Dough Frosting
Prep Time
10 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 

Is there anything better than brownies and chocolate chip cookie covered in decadent chocolate syrup? This (surprisingly easy!) Brownie Cookie Dough Cake is sure to be a show-stopper!

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Brownie Cookie Dough Cake
Servings: 12
Author: Amanda Rettke
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1 cup (2 sticks or 226g) butter, at room temperature at room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp. McCormick® Vanilla Extract
  • 1 cup whole milk
Instructions
  1. Beat brown sugar and butter together in a stand mixer (or hand-held mixer) on medium speed until smooth and creamy.
  2. Add in flour and vanilla extract into creamed butter until fully combined.
  3. With the mixer on low speed, and in milk a little at a time until fully incorporated.
  4. For the Brownie Cookie Dough Cake the mini chocolate chips will be added on top of the frosting. You can also add 1 cup of mini chocolate chips directly into the frosting.

  5. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO USE FLOUR out of the bag, just place it on a baking sheet in an even layer and bake at 350 for 10 minutes. 

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  • Brenda Johnson says:

    Love your recipes

  • Betty says:

    In ur recipe for ur
    Brownie cookie dough cake
    It doesn’t have temp
    Pan size
    Or how long u bake it

    • Jeremij says:

      “Begin by preparing brownie mixes according to box directions.“

  • Emilia says:

    Nice

  • Karen says:

    Can post the ultimate chocolate chip cookie dough brownie cake recipe I need full with out all the junk in between? I screen shot the recipes and it’s so garbled, you can’t even come close.

  • patrick says:

    you do no have a print botton not going to print 8 pages to get one

  • Lynn Watson says:

    How long do the brownie layers bake?

  • Charity Andersen says:

    Wondering if you’ve ever made the cookie dough brownie cake into cupcakes?

  • Adeeba ansari says:

    Plzz show the contity of oil and water

  • CJ says:

    I will have the FAB 4(grandchildren) help make this for their grandpa. He will love it.

  • Cheri says:

    I would like to print the recipe. However, all I get is the frosting. I would like to have the information on the brownies also on my print out. Any idea how to get that?

  • Toni says:

    Did you cook all 3 brownie pans together? If so, how long? I know the box of brownies has a time for 2-8in pans but not 3. Thanks so much! I’m making this for Thanksgiving 🙂

    • Amanda says:

      Yes, I baked 3 pans at the same time. It’s a double recipe divided. 🙂

  • Tiffany Jennings says:

    What kind of Chocolate syrup do you use?

  • Shirley Smith-Brittain says:

    For you chocolate chip cookie dough frosting, why are you using 2 1/2 cups of flour and nott powdered sugar? Or am I just having a senior moment.

  • Carol Lucente says:

    Made this for my son’s 21st birthday. He loved it! A big hit all around! Thank you

    • Amanda says:

      Wonderful Carol!!

  • Lolly says:

    I’m concerned about raw flour in the frosting? Can’t it make you sick?

    • eve says:

      How do you cook raw flour?
      Simply spread two cups of flour on a baking sheet or Silpat, and bake for about 5 minutes at 350° F. Let cool completely. Then use the flour in your preferred cookie recipe. By carrying out this toasting process, you are killing off any bacteria that might be lingering in your flour before you’ve baked the cookies

  • Heather says:

    I just won our company baking contest with this and everyone is begging for the recipe 🙂

  • Zar zar says:

    I love your recipe.Thank you so much.

  • Patti Monahan says:

    frosting tasted like paste. don’t know what i did wrong. followed the recipe to the t.
    wasted all those ingredients and time.

    • Amanda says:

      Sorry you felt that way! Unfortunately, I can’t always account for other people’s taste preferences.

  • Ann cude says:

    Are you sure it’s flour for cookie dough filling! I have never heard of raw flour in a recipe. Maybe you meant powdered sugar!!!!

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