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Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mini Chocolate Chips

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

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If you love brownies, you’ll go crazy for these Chocolate Brownie Cookies chock full of mini chocolate chips. They’re mini in size but maximum in chocolate intensity!

With semisweet and unsweetened chocolate, a touch of espresso and a generous helping of chocolate chips, these are destined to become your dream cookie!

Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mini Chocolate Chips in a white serving bowl

Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mini Chocolate Chips

These tiny two bite chocolate brownie cookies taste just like brownies, hence the name. I made these delicious gems for my son, Tom, to take to a Super Bowl party, but I had to make a second batch shortly after as there was much disappointment when these left the premises.

I’ve had this recipe since 2007 and wonder why the heck it took me so long to bake them! If you’re having a chocolate craving, I’d suggest baking up a batch of these chocolate laden cookies. And I bet you’ll want more than one! And luckily, due to their petite size, more than one won’t ruin your diet!

If you adore brownies as much as my family does, check out this Fudgy Skillet Brownie recipe which is served in wedges and delicious topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This decadent Snickers Cheesecake Brownie Cake satisfies both brownie and cheesecake cravings! And how about this twist on a classic summer dessert, Brownie Strawberry Shortcake!

Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mini Chocolate Chips on a white plate garnished with mini chocolate chips

Tips for Making These Brownie Cookies

This ultra chocolaty dough is pretty sticky and, therefore, can be tough to dish out onto your baking sheets. The first batch was lovely and glossy, but subsequent batches were definitely on the duller side. But don’t worry, they’re all delicious. Just a food blogger’s quandary—how to get them all to be perfect!

  • I like using the microwave to melt chocolate, but do it slowly and cautiously. I start with 30 seconds, stop and stir and then repeat. Once you see only teeny bits of chocolate, the heat of the melted chocolate will finish the job.
  • You might want to use a stand mixer for these cookies. The eggs, sugar, espresso and vanilla are beaten for 15 minutes. It’s a long time with a hand held mixer, but you can definitely use one.
  • PRO-Tip: Line your baking sheets with parchment paper. The cookies must cool completely on the baking sheet before removing them so the bottoms do not stick. Using parchment also makes cleanup a breeze!!!
  • I used a small cookie disher to scoop out rounded balls of dough. The disher will need to be cleaned frequently as the dough tends to stick to the insides. Alternatively, you can use a teaspoon and scoop out about 1 1/2 teaspoons of dough per cookie.


  • Note that the first batch of these chocolate brownie cookies came out of the oven glossy, like in the photos.  Do not worry if your second and third batches are not as pretty. I would guess this is partially due to the dough sticking to my cookie disher. They will still taste terrific!
  • When you use a regular teaspoon, your cookies may not be perfectly round. You can use your spatula and tap the hot cookies into shape immediately after removing them from the oven. This works for almost all cookies.
  • These cookies taste best on the day and day after they are baked. I place any leftovers in an airtight container and freeze for later.

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Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mini Chocolate Chips

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

A brownie lover’s dream cookie, chock full of mini chocolate chips!

Adapted from Claudia Fleming

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Cook Time: 8 minutes
  • Total Time: 28 minutes
  • Yield: 36 cookies 1x
  • Category: Dessert, Cookies
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: American


  • 5 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, chopped
  • 2 ounces unsweetened chocolate chopped
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 eggs, at room temperature
  • 2/3 cups sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon brewed espresso
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup mini chocolate chips


  1. Preheat oven to 375º. Line two baking sheets with parchment and set aside.
  2. Melt butter and chocolates in microwave using 30 second increments, stopping to stir until melted and smooth. Set aside.
  3. In electric mixer, mix eggs, then add sugar, espresso and vanilla and beat on high for 15 minutes. Fold chocolate mixture into eggs, but do not totally incorporate. Sift flour, baking powder and salt into batter and carefully fold till incorporated. Fold in chocolate chips.
  4. Using a teaspoon scoop, place generous spoonfuls onto prepared baking sheet. Bake for about 8 minutes. Cool on baking sheets before removing to rack.


These cookies taste best the day or day after they are baked. Freeze any extras in an airtight container.

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77 comments on “Chocolate Brownie Cookies”

  1. Those cookies are to die for!
    Congrats on another Liebster Award, Lizzy!

  2. Brownies in cookie form is definitely something that I’d dig right in to. They sound incredible, I’m diggin’ the espresso addition!

  3. Lucky me…I can personally vouch that these little gems are AMAZING! I ate them on the plane trip back to Texas from Indy so I didn’t have to share!!

  4. Brownies in cookie form?! Yes, please!

  5. Congrats on another award, Lizzy! Those cookies sound wonderful.

  6. Lizzy, these look and sound fantastic. What could be better than bite-sized brownies shaped like cookies? Love this!

  7. Love the crinkly tops! Brownie cookies are the best of both (cookie/brownie)worlds 🙂

  8. Those cookies look incredible – rich and delicious. I’m not surprised you had to bake a second batch.

  9. I love the sound of these! Why have a brownie or a cookie when you can have a brownie cookie! 😀

  10. Brownie cookies are the best!! Wish I had one right now! 🙂

  11. Like you, I have an extremely thick pile of recipes to bake and it seems so long for me to bake everything in my list and everyday the list get longer and longer…

    These cookies are YUM! Nothing beat a nice and fudgy chocolate cookies.

  12. Cookies and brownies together…and in 2 bites? Perfect! As were your white chocolate cupcakes! And congrats on your well deserved award!!! : )

  13. Awesome cookies! they look so cute..

  14. Everything inch of this cookie is just so beautiful. Chocolate lovers will totally go crazy about this. I just ate peach mango pie for dessert less than an hour ago and this recipe just want to make me eat something chocolatey. Totally bewitching.

  15. The cookies just looks so perfect,i love taste of coffee or espresso on the cookies 🙂

  16. Ne vorrei un paio adesso!!!!!
    Quanto sei brava!!!!
    Ti ammiro!!!!!
    Un bacio grande grande!!!

  17. Haha! I would *definitely* need a double batch of these cookies! Yummy!

  18. two bites = less guilt

    Glad you were able to still please the members of your house by baking a second batch!

  19. I love it – brownie in cookie form! What’s the texture like inside? Are they squidgy like brownies too, or more crisp like cookies?

  20. These sound great and look amazing! I love how cute and small they are. Great pics – as always!

  21. These would never leave my house.

  22. O.M.G….Brownies and cookies combined in one? That’s bigger news that splitting the Atom!

  23. This is the second post today I’ve seen on these delicious looking cookies. To say I’m eager to try them is an understatement 😉

  24. Espresso and chocolate – Yum!

  25. Ah, see? It’s not just macarons that taste better next day. These chocolate heaven cookies sound fab. Now you’ve created a craze with them so it was worth the wait, Liz!

  26. These look wonderful and I can see why they are such a hit! I do love brownie like cookies 🙂

  27. I have been looking for a good brownie cookie recipe, so I think I may have to try these 🙂

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