Irish Cream Brownie Cookies
Irish Cream Brownie Cookies are wonderfully rich and fudgy. They’re a little bit cookie, a little bit brownie, and completely delicious. A real chocolate lovers’ cookie!
Do you love cookies? Do you love brownies? How about chocolate? If you answered a resounding, enthusiastic “YES!” to all of those questions, then please allow me the pleasure of introducing you to this rich, fudgy Irish Cream Brownie Cookies recipe.
These little guys are every bit as much brownies as they are cookies. You get the dense, fudgy texture of brownies but in a chewy, compact cookie. And there’s SO much chocolate going on here. Along with all of that, there’s a good dose of Irish cream. You won’t believe how much flavor is packed in a two-bite cookie!
Irish cream is such a perfect companion for chocolate. It’s made from whiskey, but I don’t know that I taste it. I do taste all that cream, coffee, and more that make it enhance all of that dark chocolate.
To make these cookies, I recommend that you scoop and then roll and flatten the dough. I’ve tried just scooping and also scooping and flattening, but the scoop – roll – flatten method yielded the best looking cookies in my opinion. I like to use a cookie scoop for consistent portioning. Then, just roll the dough between your palms, place it on the baking sheet, and flatten just a bit.
This recipe is a twist on another recipe that I shared on BoB long ago. If you love sweet and salty desserts, be sure to check out Salted Chocolate Truffle Cookies.
I don’t think I can adequately express how very good these cookies are. The dark chocolate and the Irish cream provide so very much flavor. Plus, they’re so soft yet fudgy at the same time. If you can have the patience to wait, I think they’re even better the next day!