Heaven in a Crockpot.

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Have you ever made a dessert in the crock pot before? I have never done that and I wonder why I’ve waited this long to try it. My cake didn’t take 3 hours like the cooking time suggested, it took only about 2. This dessert is pure heaven and reminds me of a trifle dessert that my husband used to eat all the time at Ruby Tuesday’s. You need one box of brownie mix and one packet of cookie dough mix. Melt 1 stick of butter in the microwave and take out 4 eggs. Take 1/2 of the melted butter and 2 eggs and mix them together in a bowl with the brownie mix and then repeat using the cookie dough mix. Dump everything in a crock pot and let it cook away for 2 hours. To make this even more heavenly scoop some vanilla ice cream on top and drizzle some chocolate fudge sauce on top. Add sprinkles or chocolate chips and I think this would be an awesome birthday cake.

Speaking of birthdays, my birthday is next week. I’m going to be 32 years old. Feel free to send me any gifts. :) I got an early birthday present tonight. I needed a new swim suit that was chlorine resistant and I work out a lot in the water.

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Recipe from My Favorite Things:


1 box fudge brownie mix
1/2 cup butter, melted
4 eggs
1 pouch chocolate chip cookie mix
vanilla ice cream, as desired


1. Spray 4 1/2-quart slow cooker with baking spray with flour.

2. In large bowl, mix brownie mix with 1/4 cup of the melted butter and 2 of the eggs.

3. In another large bowl, mix chocolate chip cookie mix, remaining 1/4 cup melted butter and remaining 2 eggs.

4. Drop alternate spoonfuls of the brownie and chocolate chip cookie batters into slow cooker.

5. Cover; cook on High heat setting 2 to 3 hours or until cake is set in center. To serve, spoon cake from slow cooker, and top with scoops of ice cream.

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  1. jgisvold says

    Yes leftovers are good, but the dessert is best served warmed with cold ice cream on top! I would store the dessert in a container and then when it comes time to serving again warm it up in the microwave.

  2. Sandra Brown says

    my question is what size box of brownie mix… I didnt know weather to use one that called for a 9×13 pan or one that called for an 8×8… I am past hour 3 and still not done in the center…
    the edges however are almost over done…

  3. Lisa says

    My husband likes oatmeal cookies so I used an oatmeal cookie mix. He really liked it. I don’t care for cinnamon and chocolate together, but it was for Father’s Day, so it was a pretty good success. I wonder about my crockpot, though. It was burned on one side and runny on the other in about 1 and a half hours on high.

  4. Sheena says

    Can I double the recipe to feed a crowd in the same crock pot or should I get a bigger one?

  5. Jenna says

    I’ve never tried doubling the recipe before, but if you do you would have to adjust the cooking time.

  6. Jenna says

    I’m sorry yours burnt! Hope it turns out better next time. Everybody’s slow cooker seems o be different.

  7. Elena says

    I am halving the recipe (I have one of those mini crock-pots). Would you expect that the baking time be cut in half as well? Thanks! Looking forward to trying it :)

  8. Lauren says

    Would the cooking time be the same if i just did 2 batches of brownie mix instead of adding the cookie dough?

  9. says

    i’ve seen this yummy looking recipe a few times and have read that a lot of the reviews said theirs burnt. I want to try it but am worried it will burn. Have any of you tried using parchment paper? You line the inside of the crockpot then spray the paper with cooking spray. Not sure if this would stop the burning from happening? Thanks!


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