Death By Chocolate Brownies... Kit Kats, Oreos, and Caramellos?? You bet!

Raise your hand if your addicted to Pinterest??

Both my hands are raised....

(sorry this hand was full...)

It's great, isn't it? If you do not know what Pinterest is you need to go to and sign up today! It's the ultimate place to go for inspiration for DIY projects, cooking/baking.... you name it it is there! Love love love

One of the types of things I see floating around on there everyday are brownies filled with cookies,brownies filled with candy, cookies filled with cookies (genius actually) cookies filled with candy... and so on and so on.

It's death by chocolate!

So here is what I was inspired to throw together....

Death By Chocolate Brownies Filled w/ Kit Kats, Oreos, and Topped with Caramellos!


2 ounces unsweetened bakers chocolate chopped
3/4 of a cup of butter
1/3 unsweetened cocoa powder
2 cups sugar
3 eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup flour
9 Oreo cookies
2 Kit Kat candy bars
1 Caramello candy bar
Preheat oven to 350. Line a 9 in square pan with parchment paper.
In a sauce pan over medium heat stir butter and the 2 ounces of chocolate together till melted.

Remove from heat.

In a medium mixing bowl mix flour cocoa together.

In a separate bowl beat sugar and eggs together till yellow and combined.
Beat in melted chocolate and butter.

Fold in flower/cocoa mixture. Add in vanilla.
Careful not to over incorporate. It's OK if you have a few little lumps here and there.
Spread 1/3 of your batter on the bottom of your pan.
Layer the Oreo's onto of batter.
Top with another layer of batter.
Layer in the Kit Kats.
Top with the rest of your batter.
Chop up your Caramello and sprinkle it on top of the brownie batter.

Bake for about 30-40 minutes. The edges should be set and cooked... when tooth pic is inserted it should come out almost clean... a little gooey still. Let it cool at room temp for at least an hour before removing foil from pan and cutting into bars. I find that wiping your knife down with each slice keeps a nice clean cut.

Enjoy =)

This recipe was linked at....

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  1. Oh my word. I need to make this ASAP. Looks so so good. All delicious ingredients. Can't get better than this!

  2. Yum! Candy baked into a brownie, can't get much better than that.

  3. That is just too much for words!! And I love it!! ~Megan

  4. Pinning this, too. These sound really awesome. Again, if you want, I host a Pinterest Favortites link up on Wednesdays if you'd like to add this to my link party.

  5. Please suggest something besides Kit Kat...really don't like them.

    1. Use your imagination. Replace it with any chocolate candy you want.