Easter Slutty Brownies

These Easter Slutty Brownies are a chocoholics dream! Cookie dough packed with Cadburys Mini Eggs is crowned with Oreo Cookies and a rich gooey brownie layer is topped off with Creme Eggs and Malteser Bunnies. These aren’t for the faint of heart!

Slutty Brownies are an iconic recipe on the internet. They first popped up years ago with many bloggers arguing over who originated the recipe. That’s an argument I’m not going to involve myself in but I will enjoy the outcome. Traditionally a Slutty Brownie is a soft cookie dough layer, topped with Oreo Cookies and slathered in a rich chocolate brownie. Can’t be topped right? Wrong! Along comes Katie to elevate the already awesome recipe, Easter Style!

Very similar to the traditional recipe I simply swapped out the chocolate chips in the cookie dough layer for chopped Cadburys Mini Eggs and then rammed the top with even more Easter Chocolate. I used Cadburys Creme Eggs and White Malteser Bunnies but you can use anything you have to hand. Caramel Eggs, Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs (!!!), more Mini Eggs. Go crazy!

Close up of an Easter Slutty Brownie on a small glass plate. Topped with Creme Eggs and Malteser Bunnies, the cookie dough layer is packed with mini eggs.

Tips for making Easter Slutty Brownies:

  • Can I eat the cookie dough raw? – No! This cookie dough contains egg so it’s not advised to eat it raw.
  • Can I use chocolate chips instead of Mini Eggs? – Yes. Chocolate chips are used in a traditional Slutty Brownie recipe so you can substitute the Mini Eggs for chocolate chips or use a mixture of both.
  • Can I use milk chocolate in the brownie layer? – No, milk chocolate is far too sweet and your brownie will come out super gross. Always use plain chocolate when making brownies. You can use a 70% solid chocolate if you’re not keen on the higher percentages but I wouldn’t recommend going any lower than that.
  • Can I freeze these brownies? – Yes! You can freeze the whole tray or individual brownies wrapped in a double layer of cling film for up to 3 months. Just defrost at room temperature.
  • Can I make them Gluten Free? – Yes, just use Doves Plain Flour Blend. It’s the best I’ve used for baking.
  • Do I have to call them Slutty Brownies?! I’m baking these for kids you know! – No you don’t have to use that name. You can call them Easter Cookie Dough Brownies but unfortunately I need to use their proper name so people can find them. Everyone loves a slutty brownie.
A pile of Easter slutty brownies on a wire stand, mini eggs are strewn on the table. Some pink tulips lie in the background. In the foreground a single slutty brownie is placed on a glass plate.


  • Unsalted Butter – Make sure your butter is at room temperature before you start, this makes blending the sugar much easier.
  • Light Brown Sugar – I prefer to use light brown sugar as it gives a subtle caramel flavour to the cookies. You can use caster in place but the cookies won’t be quite as tasty.
  • Caster Sugar – A little bit of caster sugar helps with the structure of the cookies.
  • Eggs – Always large, always free range!
  • Vanilla Extract – Always use a pure vanilla extract, there’s nothing worse than vanilla essence. Yuck!
  • Plain Flour – Sometimes called All Purpose flour.
  • Mini Eggs – Sugar coated Cadbury chocolate eggs, popular in the UK at Easter. Try to find them if you’re not in the country, they’re SO delicious!
  • Oreo Cookies – Any chocolate sandwich cookie will do in place of Oreos. You can get them in most supermarkets.
  • Plain Chocolate – I use plain chocolate, 72-75% is a good landing point when it comes to baking. Use a higher cocoa solids percentage if you don’t like it too sweet.
  • Cadburys Creme Eggs – The ultimate Easter treat. A chocolate egg filled with sweet and gooey fondant.
  • Malteser Bunnies – Chocolate bunny rabbits filled with malted milk honeycomb balls. Delicious dipped in a cup of tea. I used the mini variety but you can use the big ones if you prefer.
Close up of an Easter Slutty Brownie on a small glass plate. Topped with Creme Eggs and Malteser Bunnies, the cookie dough layer is packed with mini eggs.

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A pile of slutty brownies on a wire stand, mini eggs are strewn on the table. Some pink tulips lie in the background.
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Easter Slutty Brownies

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For the cookie dough layer:

  • 225g unsalted butter, softened
  • 200g soft, light brown sugar
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1tsp vanilla extract
  • 350g self raising flour
  • 120g Mini Eggs, chopped
  • 12 Oreo Biscuits

For the brownie layer:

  • 125g unsalted butter
  • 150g dark chocolate
  • 175g caster sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 80g plain flour
  • 4 Creme Eggs, halved
  • 5 mini Malteser Bunnies


  1. Preheat oven to 170C and line a 8×8″ square brownie tray with baking parchment. Set aside.
  2. For the cookie dough layer, cream together the butter and sugars till light and fluffy.  Add the eggs one at a time, mixing between each addition followed by the vanilla extract.  Add the flour and mix until just combined, stir through the chopped Mini Eggs.  Press the dough into your prepared pan in an even layer.  Place the Oreo cookies in rows over the cookie dough and press down slightly so they sink in a little bit.  Set aside while you make the brownie layer.
  3. In a large saucepan over a low heat melt the butter and chocolate together.  Add the sugar and stir together.  Crack the eggs into a large jug and whisk up, slowly pour the eggs into the chocolate mixing as you go until combined.  Add the flour and stir until the white streaks just disappear.  Pour the brownie mixture over the cookie dough and Oreo layer making sure everything is covered Bake for 35 minutes, until just set.
  4. Allow to cool for 5 minutes then press the Creme Egg halves and Malteser Bunnies onto the top of the brownies. They’ll melt and stick to the top.
  5. Allow to cool in the fridge over night before cutting into 16 squares.
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Category: Brownies and Bars
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: British

1 Comment

  1. Deborah
    April 16, 2022 / 6:03 pm

    Oh wow😋!!! This looks so delicious and decadent. I’ve never made brownies before as always thought they were something that would not catch on using lots of ingredients for each layer. But, I’ve been converted seeing this post and the bake looks super easy to make. Great for using up left over Easter treats and the ingredients are all in my cupboard. (Even have the correct sized tin as I bought with all good intentions of brownie baking months ago but never did!). Even have the cute 🍫 bunny rabbits! I’m excited to make soon! Thank you for spreading Easter yumminess!👍🐣🍫🐇😋. I’ve gone to chocolate heaven!!!

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