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Did you know they made Cookies ‘n Cream Hershey’s Kisses? I had no idea!

As soon as I bought them I knew right where they were going: into Cookies ‘n Cream Brownie Bites!

brownie bites with cookies n cream hersheys kisses in the middle

It’s kind of unbelievable, but there are a lot of food bloggers here in Sacramento. Hayley is my neighbor (seriously, she’s only a few blocks away). Heather and Glory live pretty close to each other across town. Trish and Amy are also neighbors just a short drive away from me, and Amy isn’t too far either.

You know what’s kind of annoying? That we usually have to travel to see each other. I figured it was time to change that, so last weekend I hosted (what is I hope) our First Rotating Sacramento Food Blogger Family Gathering. It was awesome.

The seven of us, some of our husbands, and all our kids. Almost all of our kids are the same ages and they all got along fabulously. There were legos all over my living room floor – twice.

{In fact, I’m still finding them. Sometimes at night. Barefoot.}

The funniest moments for me were when Amy told me my husband was talking with hers about my day and it mirrored hers. Then, later that night, I started complaining after I checked my stats on my phone and my husband laughed because the men were talking about how “at least twice a week they get on analytics and start boo-hooing about how their stats suck.”

There was happy screaming and lots of talking and smiles and eating. Oh, the eating. We food bloggers sure can cook…and eat. There was almost nothing left!

There were certainly none of these Cookies ‘n Cream Brownie Bites left. I went over to the plate hoping for one (or two) after everyone left and it was bare.

That’s okay, I just need to make these again. And again!

Cookies 'n Cream Brownie Bites | | Brownie bites with an Oreo baked inside, topped with a cookies 'n cream Hershey's Kiss!

So okay. I know I have a brownie bite addiction. Especially with Kisses. But these? Hands down, my favorite.

They start with a Mini Oreo. You pop one into each cavity in your mini muffin pan. Then you add a tablespoon of brownie batter. I used my one bowl brownie recipe for these bites. You can also use a box mix meant for a 9×9 pan. If you use a traditional 9×13 box mix, you’ll just need more Oreos, Kisses, and mini muffin pans.

When they come out of the oven, you just let them sit for about a minute. Then press your Cookies ‘n Cream Hershey’s Kisses on top, like you would on a blossom cookie. Now for the hardest part: don’t touch them. Don’t move the pans. Many of the nontraditional Hershey’s Kisses flavors are not as stable as regular chocolate and they’re prone to collapsing when melty. These seemed a little sturdier than the peppermint ones or the pumpkin ones but you still need to be careful.

Once they’ve cooled, gently remove them from the pans and eat. And eat and eat and eat. They’re so addicting!

Now, if you can’t find the Cookies ‘n Cream Kisses (I found mine at Walmart and Target) you can use any flavor you want. Caramel, Hugs, plain, almond…whatever. Even a peanut butter cup! I’ve also seen cookies ‘n cream egg shaped candies in the Easter aisle. Use whatever you like!

I know I say “These are my favorite!!!!” a lot. But it’s true: these are.

They’re perfect for a party.

Cookies 'n Cream Brownie Bites | | Brownie bites with an Oreo baked inside, topped with a cookies 'n cream Hershey's Kiss!

And they’re food blogger family approved!

brownie bites with cookies n cream hersheys kisses in the middle

Cookies ‘n Cream Brownie Bites

5 from 1 vote


  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter melted
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon brewed coffee or you can substitute water
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  • About 28 Mini Oreos bite sized
  • About 28 Cookies ’n Cream Hershey’s Kisses or your favorite flavor, unwrapped


  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray mini cupcake pans with cooking spray (I like the kind with flour) or use mini cupcake liners. Place one Mini Oreo in each cavity.
  • Stir together melted butter, sugar, and cocoa. Stir in eggs, vanilla extract, coffee or water, and salt. Carefully stir in flour. (The coffee just adds a richness to the brownies, but you can use water if you prefer.)
  • Place about 1 tablespoon of batter in each cupcake cavity or liner, on top of the Oreo. Bake for 9-12 minutes, until the tops lose that shiny, wet look.
  • Let them cool for just a minute, then place one Kiss in the center of each brownie bite. Do not move or jiggle your pans or try to remove the bites before the
  • Kiss has completely re-hardened or it will collapse. Cool completely, gently remove from the pan (a knife can help loosen if needed).
  • Store in an airtight container at room temperature. They can be frozen for up to 3 months.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate

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Last Updated on May 13, 2020

Dorothy Kern

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  1. Love your story. So fun you ladies all got to meet up!! And these look delicious, Dorothy! Especially because I’m craving all things gluten, I could go for about 8 of these right now. 🙂

  2. I love you and I don’t even know you! Lol! You’re amazing! I made your Oreo cupcakes and they were a hit. You have inspired me in so many ways! Thank you. Continue to bless us with these delicious treats ☺️

  3. Dorothy, a great read here…you had me laughing aloud as I can relate to blogging dilemmas! I try to avoid analytics, because denial seemingly stings less than dismal stats. But then we have these terrific taste treats, and the bottom line is, they’re food blogger family approved. Nice work!

  4. I am so unbelievably ridiculously jealous!!! Some of my favorite food bloggers all together in the same room!! Love you guys!! And I love that you invited the husbands and the kids!! And I’m jealous I didn’t get any of these brownie bites 🙂

  5. I’m so jealous of the fun blogger get together, Dorothy! I have yet to meet any bloggers and I would love to visit sunny CA sometime! 🙂 Stepping on legos in the dark made me LOL. I did that last night with one of Jude’s rawhide bones. Well, scraps from a rawhide bone. Ouch/gross. Love these brownie bites! Hard to eat just one, right?!

    1. Totally hard. But luckily I did only eat one or there wouldn’t have been enough. And OMG – you have to come to CA some time, if nothing else than to see San Francisco. I’d drive down and show you around. 🙂

  6. That’s awesome that you all live close-by – it sounds like such a fun gathering:) These brownie bites look so adorable – love cookies and cream! What a great idea to combine the two – pinning 🙂

  7. Kisses and Oreos. Yes please. So funny about the husbands. That must have been a great time.

  8. What a fun gathering!! I had no idea there was cookies and cream kisses…I am hunting them down. These brownie bites sound so delicious.