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Recipe: Make these decadent Oreo brownies

Home cook and mom of three Shaistah Khan (33) shares her recipe for the fudgiest, chocolatiest, tastiest Oreo brownies


Raise your hands if you love brownies? Jump for the stars if you love Oreos!

Cookie and brownie lovers are in for a treat this week, as Shaistah Khan (33) goes rogue in the kitchen with a recipe that merges the two chocolate faves into decadent Oreo brownies!

Deliciously thick and fudgy, and loaded with the childhood cookie of choice, serve Khan’s Oreo brownie with a healthy helping of vanilla ice cream!

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¾ cups flour

½ teaspoon salt

½ cup cocoa

¾ castor sugar

¾ cups butter

2 large eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla essence

12 Oreos, crushed roughly

100g chocolate chips

2 tablespoons oil


  1. Preheat oven to 180°C.
  2. Prepare 9 x 9 baking pan with spray and cook, then line with baking paper.
  3. In a bowl, sift flour, cocoa, and salt. Leave aside until needed.
  4. In a pot, melt butter and 1/3 of sugar. Mix until dissolved. Set aside and cool.
  5. In another bowl, crack eggs and whisk with vanilla and oil. Add butter mixture to egg mixture fast so it does not scramble. Add in the remaining caster sugar.
  6. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients, mix lightly with a wooden spoon. Add half crushed Oreos and chocolate chips, give a gentle mix.
  7. Pour batter into baking tray and press remaining Oreos on top. Bake until crispy on the edges and glossy on top.
  8. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and a drizzle of chocolate sauce. Enjoy!

Chef tip: Wait at least 1 hour before slicing. You want brownies to be gooey, so please do not over bake!

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Noluthando Ngcakani
Noluthando Ngcakani
With roots in the Northern Cape, this Kimberley Diamond has had a passion for telling human interest stories since she could speak her first words. A foodie by heart, she began her journalistic career as an intern at the SABC where she discovered her love for telling agricultural, community and nature related stories. Not a stranger to a challenge Ngcakani will go above and beyond to tell your truth.


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