Waffle Brownie Cookies
When I was in Jr. High, I took a Home Ec. class. This was the first time I really ever made a recipe with myself. This was one of those recipes and it was obviously delicious enough to withstand the tests of time :)
These cookies are SO easy and fun to make! Kids love them because of their fun waffle shape. My mom would make these for after school snacks for us growing up. I make them when I need a quick chocolate fix! They really are super good!
- ½ cup butter, softened
- 1½ cups sugar
- 4 eggs
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- ½ tsp. salt
- ½ cup cocoa
- 1¾ cup flour
- ½ cup butter
- ¼ cup milk
- 2 Tbsp. cocoa
- ½ tsp. vanilla
- 2 cups powdered sugar, add more as needed to reach desired consistency
- Spray waffle iron with cooking spray.
- Cream butter and sugar together in large mixing bowl.
- Add eggs and vanilla and beat well.
- Ad salt, cocoa and flour and mix until well combined.
- Place 4 teaspoons of batter onto each waffle quarter on waffle iron. Best if not using a belgium waffle maker because of the depth. Cookies will be super crispy.
- Cook 1 to 1½ minutes. DONT OVERCOOK. Time may vary depending on heat of the waffle iron. Take out carefully with fork and repeat with remaining batter.
- Melt butter and milk together in a microwave safe bowl until completely melted. Add vanilla, cocoa and powdered sugar and mix until smooth.
Did you cut each individual square waffle with a cookie cutter afterwards? They view to be more "rounded" then square like the waffle iron.
I'm thinking of baking these and shipping them off to son at college. Cut them down to the size of a mini cupcake foil older. Do you believe this should travel well w/o damage?
I love following your recipes.
Chef in Training
no the brownie batter doesn't spread all the way out. It creates the circle-ish shapes itself :)
Emily @ Life on Food
Not only a brownie in a waffle but frosting on top. So fun! We only made healthy things in home ec.
Rochelle @ Oh So Sweet Baker
I love this. I can't wait to try this
I love this idea!
Averie @Averie Cooks
I just got a new waffle maker. I need to crack it open pronto to make these. Awesome, Nikki! And I love that it's a from-scratch batter. You go girl! Pinned!
Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie
Love how you frosting them too
Jocelyn @BruCrew Life
Brownie cookies in a waffle iron...I puffy heart love these!!!
Liz @Life Made Sweet
These are so fun!!! I love the idea of using waffles as cookies and all the icing in the crevices are probably delish! Pinning this for sure!
sally @ sallys baking addiction
I don't own a waffle iron. YES, I know! We're registering for one. And these cookies are such a fun twist on what is usually made on one.
These fun little cookies are just too cute.
These look so good!! I have been craving chocolate like it is my job, must make asap!! :)
Someone just told me about your blog and also "Cooking With Mr. C." on Facebook also a blog. I just "Liked" his Facebook page and came to your site. It's terrific. I love when people share blogs with each other. Denise
YUM! These look so good!
Julianne @ Beyond Frosting
These are super cute!
Renee @ Awesome on $20
I still make English muffin pizzas on the reg, which was something my mom learned to make when she was a girl scout. It's those simple classics that sometimes give us the most satisfaction.
Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious
What a genius idea for a cookie!
I am totally making these tonight,. B and P have a weird obsession with waffles, I think they will freak when they see cookies made like waffles!
Erin | The Emerging Foodie
Wow, crazy! I have a waffle chocolate cookie recipe I'm posting in a couple days! Although no frosting... your frosting looks so tasty! Love the sprinkles, too! :)
These were great! I have 5 kids, and they were a huge hit for 4 of them! (One of my kids can't eat them because of egg allergies but he still enjoyed licking the frosting off the spoon!)
I did make two changes to the recipe, but mostly just because of personal preference. I used 1/4 cup less flour than called for which created a tiny bit crispy on the outside, and light and airy on the inside texture. The other change was I added about 1/3 cup more powdered sugar to the frosting, I wanted a less buttery taste.
I think this is an excellent recipe, and will definitely be kept with my collection of recipes to use from bloggers! Thank you for share!
If you have not tried this.... DO IT!!!! It is awesome!!! They will come out soft if you stop them before the two minute mark.. at least they did for me... The kids loved them. The Grandkids thought this was the BEST way to make cookies. AMAZING idea and dince it was over 100 outside today, I got to make cookies and NOT heat up my kitchen.. YAY
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