Toffee Chunk Brownie Cookies
Deep, dark chocolate brownie cookies loaded with chocolate chunks and milk chocolate toffee bits. Crackly tops, fudgy centers, and chewy edges.
I first published this recipe almost exactly 6 years ago. And while it was a delicious idea at the time, I’ve learned a lot about baking cookies in the past 6 years and felt like it was time for this recipe to evolve a bit.
I wanted fudgier centers, chewier edges, and even more chocolate chunks and toffee bits than the first version had. I also wanted crackly tops, just like brownies have.
So of course I turned to my FAVORITE brownie mix cookie base recipe.
Just look at that gooey cookie dough! It’s dreamy. Like fudge. Or brownie batter, since that’s basically what it is. Honestly. I could an entire bowl of just the dough.
This recipe makes THEE best chocolate cookies. And the recipe is really so simple. All you need is a brownie mix and a few simple ingredients that I’m sure you already have on hand (besides the chocolate chunks and toffee, be sure to pick those up if you don’t stock up like I do ????).
You won’t even need a mixer for these. One bowl, one spoon, badda bing, badda boom.
Pull up a big glass of cold milk and get ready to enjoy yourself. These cookies are 100% chewy, fudgy, and everything that’s right in the world.
- 18.25 ounce box brownie mix (JUST the dry mix)
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup canola or vegetable oil
- 1/4 cup flour
- 1 cup chocolate chunks
- 1 cup milk chocolate toffee bits
Preheat oven to 375ºF.
Mix together the brownie mix, eggs, oil, and flour until a thick dough forms. Fold in the toffee bits and chocolate chunks.
Scoop two tablespoons of dough at a time into mounds on an ungreased cookie sheet, keep dough about 2 inches apart.
Bake for 9 minutes.
Remove from oven and give cookie sheet a light tap on the top of the oven or counter top to release some air from the cookies (which creates those nice crackly tops).
Let cool for 2-3 minutes on baking sheet before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.
Can be stored in an airtight container or in the freezer.