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Easy Brownie Mix Cookies

Brownie mix cookies are a wonderfully rich and decadent fudgy dessert that is easy to whip up and bake in no time. The recipe calls for a few simple ingredients and turns out chocolate chip cookie brownies that are perfect for all chocolate lovers.

Brownie mix cookie on parchment paper

The double chocolate cookies are perfect for snacks for the kids, parties, Christmas, or any day in between. If you want a popular cookie at the next holiday cookie exchange, this is a great recipe to help you win, along with these healthy oatmeal cookies from the Beaming Baker!

But Can You Make Cookies From A Boxed Brownie Mix?

You can, and this post will teach you how to do that. It’s easy to make cookies with a boxed brownie mix. It makes the recipe so much easier, and it’s delicious! The recipe features a crunchy outside with a fudgy center, and as much as we love Betty Crocker, she can’t compete with these. 😉

And believe me, everyone will be begging for more of the rich cookies.

You will only need one bowl for the chocolate chip cookie brownies, which makes this one easy recipe. And they are gooey, chocolatey, and oh-so-delish! Did I mention they are super duper easy to make? It doesn’t take much time, and you end up with the best brownie mix cookies.

Cookies on the counter.

Adding Variety to Cookies

  • One of the great things about this cookie recipe is that you can really change them up by switching out chocolate chips and adding white chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, or even butterscotch.
  • Why not add a bit of caramel candy to the mix and make it a chewy and mouthwatering dessert?
  • You can even sprinkle some sea salt on top to give it that sweet and salty flavor combination.
  • Or pull them out of the oven, slide a few in a bowl, and top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a decadent dessert.
Stacked cookies on a counter.

Chocolate chip cookie brownies are the bomb, and we crave them around here on a regular basis. Everyone here at the house loves the cookies because you are getting the chewy brownie with a crunchy outer cookie all rolled into one treat.

We’re pretty big chocaholics around here, especially me and my youngest, so these will absolutely hit the spot if that’s what you’re craving. The best part is that you can make the recipe in one bowl, roll it out, and bake it in less than half an hour.

Cookie with a bite taken out.

What Do I Need To Make Cookies With Brownie Mix?

  • Brownie box mix
  • Flour
  • Vegetable oil
  • Eggs
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Chocolate chips

Full printable recipe with measurements and instructions listed at the bottom of the post in the recipe card.

Double chocolate chip cookies on a cookie rack
Brownie mix in a glass bowl.

Start by adding the brownie mix to a large bowl. I used a grocery store brownie mix. You can use your favorite boxed brownie mix for the recipe. I bought an 18-ounce brownie mix, and that was plenty.

brownie mix and eggs in a mixing bowl.

Secondly, add the eggs and the vegetable oil to the bowl with the brownie mix.

Ingredients for Brownie Mix Cookies

Thirdly, add the flour and vanilla extract to the bowl and mix everything together until well blended. I used a hand mixer, but you can also use a stand mixer.

Brownie mix with chocolate chips

Finally, add the chocolate chips to the bowl and mix well. The cookie brownie batter will be very thick at this point. You can mix it by hand or with a hand mixer. If you decide to use a hand mixer, just be aware that it might chop up some of the chocolate chips. It won’t hurt anything, but you’ll have some smaller pieces.

As long as I have chocolate in my mouth, I am not too worried about the size of the chips–yum!

cookie dough rolled up and on a cookie sheet.

Roll the batter into balls about 1-1/2″ thick and space the cookies about two inches apart on the cookie sheet. If you want to scoop the cookies, you can use a medium cookie scoop.

On a side note, if you are a major chocoholic you can also press a few extra chocolate chips into the top of the cookies.

Cookies on a cooling rack.

Bake the cookies for about 10 minutes. If they seem like they are not quite done baking, add an extra minute or two to the baking time. You can use a little bit of butter or non-stick spray to keep the cookies from sticking to the pan. Or, use some parchment paper on top of the baking sheet and place the cookies right on top.

Once the cookies bake, let them cool for at least 10 minutes; otherwise, they will fall apart. Then, you can transfer them to a wire rack to cool.

Taking a bite out of a cookie.

The recipe turns out crinkly crispy edges and a chocolatey chewy center that are out of this world.

How Do You Store The Cookies?

You can store the cookies in an airtight container and keep them at room temperature. You can also refrigerate them if you’d like to. I have a Tupperware container that I use to store cookies, but you can also use a Ziplock or a container with plastic wrap over it.

Where Can I Buy Brownie Mix?

You can buy brownie mix at the grocery store. It’s usually on the aisle with baking goods.

Chocolate cookies with chocolate chips.

Check out the chocolate chip cookie brownies card below, grab those ingredients, and start baking! This is a great dessert any time of the year, and I think it will become a favorite of cookie and brownie lovers.

Then, share your comments below and click here to share a picture of your cookies on the Pinterest Pin!  If you made any changes or added something different, be sure to share it with us so we can try it, too!

How To Make Brownie Mix Cookies

Three cookies stacked on top of each other.

Brownie Mix Cookies

Yield: 18 cookies
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Baking Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Brownie mix cookies are a wonderfully rich and decadent fudgy dessert that is easy to whip up and bake in no time. 


  • 1 - 18 ounce box of brownie mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup chocolate chips


  1. Heat oven to 375-degrees. Grease a cookie sheet with non-stick spray or line with parchment paper.
  2. Add the brownie mix to a large bowl.
  3. Next, add the eggs, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, and flour and mix well. (It will be very thick dough).
  4. Add the chocolate chips and mix.
  5. Roll the cookies in 1-1/2-inch balls and set them two inches apart on a greased cookie sheet.
  6. Bake for 10 minutes and allow to cool for at least 10 minutes before moving them from the pan.
  7. Cool on a cooling rack.


TIP: The batter will be a very thick batter.

If the cookies are still doughy after 10 minutes, bake them for a few more minutes until the outsides look crinkly.

If the batter is not thick, add one tablespoon of flour to the batter and mix. You might need 1-3 tablespoons of flour, but start with one at a time.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 18 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 211Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 21mgSodium: 95mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 1gSugar: 5gProtein: 2g

Nutrition is approximate.

Did you make this recipe?

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Sara A

Tuesday 2nd of April 2024

These were the best goods I've ever baked. Thank you! Baked them for 5 extra minutes on the lower rack because I love crispy edges.

Julie Pollitt

Wednesday 3rd of April 2024

That is great to hear!


Thursday 28th of March 2024

They are in the oven.. added walnuts, peanut butter and chocolate chips. Look and smell delicious!

Julie Pollitt

Thursday 28th of March 2024

I hope you love them! Those sound like great additions.


Sunday 11th of February 2024

Going to try these. Pillsbury used to sell in the cookie section a Brownie choice that you were supposed to put in a pan and cook like normal brownies. I would instead slice them and bake as cookies. It was really great because I could make just a few at a time and they were so good. I think they quit making that choice as I recently searched on their site since could not find in the stores any longer I am all for anything simple and look forward to trying this recipe.

Julie Pollitt

Tuesday 13th of February 2024

Seems like I vaguely remember those. Hope you love this recipe!

Bernadette Dickson

Wednesday 31st of January 2024

Excellent! I use walnuts instead of chocolate chips so fantastic. Thank you!

Julie Pollitt

Thursday 1st of February 2024

Walnuts are always delicious! Thanks for sharing!


Sunday 21st of January 2024

I made a batch of these Brownies cookies for the kid's lunch boxes last week and wow, they are asking for them again this week. Making another batch today.

Julie Pollitt

Sunday 21st of January 2024

Oh, that's great to hear! So glad they loved them.

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