Cookie Dough Stuffed Brownie Truffles!

You’re gonna love these Cookie Dough Stuffed Brownie Truffles!

Last week I made these stuffed brownies truffles, but I couldn’t get the stuffable possibilities out of my head!

Just bake a box of brownies, let them cool and then break them up! Brownies hold together really well so you just take a handful of brownie and form it around mini cookie dough balls. I mean HELLO!

Egg Free cookie dough might just be the perfect food. Try your hardest not to eat it all before you can make your truffles!

How fun are these?


Cookie Dough Stuffed Brownie Truffles!

  • Author: Cookies & Cups


  • 1 box brownie mix, prepared and baked according to package directions and cooled completely

Egg Free Cookie Dough

  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup packed light brown sugar
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 4 tablsepoons milk
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1½ cups mini semi-sweet chocolate chips


  • 2 cups chocolate chips, melted


  1. Bake the brownies according to the packages directions and cool completely.
  2. While the brownies are cooling prepare the cookie dough by combining first 6 ingredients in a mixing bowl and cream together. Add flour and stir until combined. Stir in chocolate chips. Chill the dough for about an hour so it’s a little less sticky and easier to handle.
  3. Next form the cookie dough into balls the size of large marbles. Place these balls on a baking sheet and place in the freezer for about 15 minutes.
  4. Now break up the cooled brownies, squeeze roughly 2 tablespoons of the broken brownies in your hand so they hold together and form a circle. Cover the cookie dough ball with brownie completely and place back on the baking sheet
  5. Dip the brownie ball into melted chocolate sprinkle with more mini chocolate chips.
  6. Place the baking sheet in the refrigerator so the chocolate sets quickly.
  7. Store airtight for up to 5 days in the refrigerator or at room temperature for up to 3 days.





54 Responses

  1. SprinkleBakes

    Okay, THAT looks yummy. Can I come over? 🙂

    Like you, I don't ever want to think about gym class again. Or high school in general. I still have nightmares about not being able to remember the combination to my locker.

  2. Kelli

    Like the reeses, but more difficult, I've stuffed chocolate cookies with a peanut butter fudge type thing. Yum. Actually anything stuffed inside a brownie would be awesome. Except maybe an olive. That's just crazy.

  3. Sue

    Oh my gosh, you're killing me here…these truffles look fantastic, ALL of them! I've got to try them!
    One of my daughters did 20+ pull-ups and then stopped due to embarrassment, because everyone was making such a big deal out of it! She must possess some mutant gene:)

  4. Kristen

    Oh my goodness… do those look good or what?
    I hate pull ups and have the same fear as you do, leading back to elementary school Presidential Fitness tests, or whatever those were called! Ugh!

  5. All Things Yummy

    Yes, P.E was torture in school and it made me hate exercise. It wasn't until I got older that I learned how to enjoy working out and being active. But, I would still choose making cookie truffles over going to the gym. LOL

  6. Patti

    I refuse to even acknowledge that there ever was gym class. Oh the nightmares! *shudder*

    "It's all good stuff people!" bwahaha..great pun! 😉

    Definitely making these this week!

  7. Joanne

    Oof yeah. I remember that test. I was so NOT athletic. And the phrase "camel toe" SO was around back then (at least in high school). Yeah. Truly not fun.

    In fact…now that these memories have been hashed back up. I really need to eat a batch or two of these truffles. Yes, you heard me right. Eat.

  8. emily @ the happy home

    oh, my goodness. physical fitness tests have gotten so much less torturous. thank goodness. all i had to do was run a mile, do some pushups, some sit ups, and sit-and-reach.

    these look *so* good!

  9. Yanet

    holaa!!!! que lindo tu blog!!! lastima que no se puede traducir,igualmente mil felicidades!!! que don maravilloso,besos!!

  10. Jennifer

    Pull up, Schmull up! My husbants wants to put one IN the house, in the doorway to the kitchen. Ironic? Eat my goodies and workout on either trip in or out. These look ridiculously amazing!!!

  11. Lapiz de la Guerra

    If I wasn't already, I am o-fficially in love with you! I also need to get one of those plastic keyboard covers for whenever I visit your blog…because it is that drool worthy! YUM!

  12. CuteStuffInside

    I think we went to school together. Even better than this recipe was the belly laugh I got from reading this post!

  13. bridget {bake at 350}

    Those look delicious!!!

    And I *just* had this conversation with my husband about the physical fitness tests a few weeks ago…and teh ROPE came back to be the same way! I had BLOCKED it! NEVER did I get anywhere on the rope, or more than 2 seconds on the "flexed arm hang." How was that helping us? Plus, I bet the girls who did really well and were the 1st picked for the teams in PE can't make brownie stuffed truffles….it's just a feeling.

    *end of novel-comment*

  14. Allison and Brent

    I just got so excited that my FB comment about the nightmare that was the rope climb made it on your blog!! 🙂 It really was the worst! By the way… I'm totally trying these brownie truffles. I wish I could eat one. Sigh…

  15. Diane {Created by Diane}

    So funny the memories of all the torture we were put through 🙁 well not really funny!
    These look delicious. My kids are CRAZY for cookie dough and yes, inside a brownie……..y-u-m-m-y!

  16. Leslie

    LOL…what about the chin ups? Or when you had to hang there on the pull up bar..and just HANG? We had to run back and forth on the hardcourt and pick up erasers. LOL

  17. marla

    I am with Heather – could not stand high school. I do need to workout, but still can't do the pull up bar. Torture devices if you ask me. These cookie dough treats on the other hand look awesome!

  18. Abigail Lozano

    Made these for a party and man were they a hit! People were even hiding them to keep rations for themselves for later. So glad a stumbled upon this recipe! Especially the egg-less cookie dough.

  19. Catherine

    Hi, so I just have a question. I’m making these for a party and they need to feed 10-18 people, so I need to know how many this recipe makes. Thanks, have a great day!

  20. These sound awesome! I’ve made cookie dough truffles before, but they sound even better with the brownies! I wanted to let you know though that your links don’t seem to be working. When I tried clicking on your cookie dough one it just redirected me to your homepage. (Along w/a few other of your links)
    Luckily I have the recipe in my Cookie Dough Lovers Cookbook. Love me some cookie dough!

  21. Emily

    I made these over the weekend, and they were a huge hit! They take a while to make but they were very worth it. I may have made mine on the small side, though, because I had a LOT of cookie dough left over. I will probably only do half of the cookie dough recipe next time.

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