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I am a HUGE fan of Texas Sheet cake brownies. How about you guys? My husband was the first person to introduce me to this magical fudgy delight because the man can make this dessert on his own, meaning he doesn’t use a recipe. Yep. Impressive, isn’t it? He just keeps his own recipe in his head and tosses things into the mixing bowl like a rockstar. And guess what? His Texas Sheet cakes always come out perfectly. It’s truly a culinary miracle. Anyway, I was telling my husband that we should make his Texas Sheet cake brownies for our dinner guests the following night.
My husband said, “How about we make them Texas Sheet cake cookies?” I was all intrigued by what he meant by “cookies.” Then, he showed me a recipe over at Cookies And Cups and the heavens opened.
This recipe for Texas Sheet Cake Cookies looks delicious and the texture of the cookies are fudgy and chewy just like the brownies. Our dinner guests are going to go gaga for these things!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cookies And Cups and Texas Table Top.
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Quick Tip: Make sure not to overbake these cookies. The insides will remain soft and dense if baked correctly.