During a pot-luck style housewarming party hosted by Lady Woolthief and her roommates, Nurse Hautee and Sister Night, guests repeatedly inquired about the delicious batch of pecan cookies contributed by Lady Woolthief’s mother. They had never quite tasted that delicate balance of chocolate and nut before. What was her secret?
Lady Woolthief passed the compliments and inquiries onto her mother, who happily obliged with the following recipe. Please note: As will be made clear below, it is unlikely the original deliciousness of Twice Baked Turtle Brownie Fudge Cookies can be replicated. Attempt at your own risk.
How to make Twice Baked Turtle Brownie Fudge Cookies
(as written by Lady Woolthief’s Mother)
Bake a batch of Betty Crocker’s Brownie Mix according to the directions on the box for the exact amount of time the box says.
When you can tell they don’t seem done, leave them in the oven for an extra 5 minutes.
After they cool, frost with milk chocolate frosting and top with chopped pecans.
Cut them into squares. Discover they are still a gooey mess and are way undercooked even though you KNOW you followed all the directions.
Roll the brownies into balls and decide to try cooking them as cookies. What you will have is a ball of cooked (supposedly) brownies, chocolate frosting, and chopped pecans in a ball of “brownie mix.”
Place a whole pecan on top so it looks like it was intentional.
Bake for another 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
Pop the cookie sheets in the freezer because you need to leave for you daughter’s party in 15 minutes.
They will still look raw but hey, who does not love sugar and chocolate?