Brookie (dessert)

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Brookie
Homemade brookie with no crumbs.jpg
A homemade brookie
TypeSquare or bar
Coursedessert
Place of originUnited States
Main ingredientsFlour, butter, eggs, chocolate and/or cocoa powder, sugar

A brookie (a portmanteau of "brownie" and "cookie") is a square, baked, chocolate dessert. It can be eaten by hand with milk, or warm with ice cream. Nuts or anything added to brownies or cookies can also be embedded.

History[edit]

There is no known inventor of the brookie,[1] and it could be that many people created it independently. Papa John's briefly sold brookies, but now only sells cookies and brownies separately. Domino's, as well, sold the Marble Cookie Brownie, which was essentially a brookie by a different name. The name possibly came from the bakery Milk + Brookies, based in Los Angeles. They sell many kinds of brookies, and the original version, the OG, is one of their best sellers. They stated, however, that they were not the inventors.[1]

See also[edit]

  • List of baked goods
  • List of desserts
  • Cookie
  • Brownie

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Zach Zimmerman. "Who Invented The Brookie, The Most Delicious Dessert On Earth?". OMG Facts.

External links[edit]


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