Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies combines favorite treats of chocolate, brownies, and cookies with a delicious coffee porter perfect for the holidays.
I do believe it’s officially cookie season.
And I’m ready to celebrate! So let’s kick it off with some Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies. Because who doesn’t love beer, chocolate, brownies, and cookies? We all know that coffee and chocolate are the best of friends too! So, like magic, I tossed them all together and made you an all in one holiday treat. Talk about My Favorite Things!
And I didn’t stop there. I’ve teamed up with a bunch of blogger friends to bring you The Sweetest Season Cookie Exchange. New recipes are going to be posted all over the interwebs this week from today through Friday.
There are going to be so many delicious treats of all kinds this week, so be sure to follow along with us for The Sweetest Season Cookie Exchange on all social media with the hashtag #sweetestseasoncookies so you don’t miss anything!
Cheers and Happy Holidays!
Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies
- 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons flour
- 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 3/4 cup powdered sugar divided
- 1 1/2 cups brown sugar
- 3 large eggs
- 1/4 cup coffee porter beer
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate chopped
- 4 tablespoons butter
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
Whisk flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, salt and 1/4 cup powdered sugar together in a large bowl
In a separate bowl, whisk together brown sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, and beer
Combine chopped chocolate and butter in a bowl and melt in microwave on 50% power, stirring every 30 - 45 seconds until melted and smooth - about 2 - 2 1/2 minutes total, let cool slightly
Whisk the chocolate mixture into the egg/beer mixture
Fold in flour mixture until combined
Refrigerate at least 1/2 hour or overnight
Preheat oven to 325 and line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper
Put remaining 1/2 cup of powdered sugar and 1/2 cup granulated sugar into separate bowls
Scoop dough out in roughly 2 tablespoon size balls
Coat each ball with the granulated sugar then coat with powdered sugar then transfer to a baking sheet
Bake 15 - 17 minutes, one sheet at a time rotating pan halfway through
Let cool on baking sheet for 5 - 7 minutes then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely
Adapted from America’s Test Kitchen
- This recipe made 24 cookies
- I used a coffee porter from Birdsong Brewing Company
- More powdered sugar can be used to dust after baked if that’s what blows your dress up
Erin @ The Speckled Palate
OK, real talk: I am *swooning* over these cookies! I cannot believe you made them with BEER! And I need to try, like, 20… right now. That’s totally possible, right? 😉
Well done! Definitely gonna share some of these with Santa this year. Thanks for baking up such a delicious recipe for The Sweetest Season!
David @ Spiced
These cookies look amazing, Rachelle…and you used porter in there! I love it! We are totally getting into porter mood up here. (It snowed yesterday, and that usually means the arrival of porter season.) Now I just need a batch of these cookies to go along with my pint! 🙂
Coffee Porter and cookies on the same title, You are the WINNER of this year cookies exchange by far!!!!! OMGsh!! Rachelle! these cookies sound and look amazing!! Way to go girl!! Cheers!
I-can-not-with-this! These are simply amazing, my dear! I love everything you’re doing with beer! Santa’s going to be very happy!!
Dawn - Girl Heart Food
OMG! These cookies!!! All of my fave things packed into one delicious cookie….but you KNOW I’m totally eating at least 6! I’m making these for Christmas. Pinned 🙂 Love it!
Holy cow! Now this is definitely a cookie I need to try this season. Coffee porter in a chocolate cookie? Yes, please!
Seriously?!! This is insane.
Kathy @ Beyond the Chicken Coop
You are so amazing! I love that you put beer into these cookies! You really are living up to your name….beer girl! 🙂
I’d never thought to put beer in cookies, but this combo sounds fantastic! I’m definitely going to pin this to try out later.
karrie @ Tasty Ever After
I love eating cookies with beer, so I’m really diggin’ that now I can eat a cookie made with beer, with a beer. I’m making these tomorrow! Also, I thank you from the bottom of my chocolate heart for making these chocolate 🙂
Andddddd these should be ILLEGAL!
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice
Love the looks of these brownie cookies, Rachelle! I think I could eat the entire batch. So perfect for the holidays!
Megan - The Emotional Baker
Wow! These cookies look phenomenal 🙂 I’ll take the whole stack – for breakfast 😉
Mary Ann | The Beach House Kitchen
Wow! I bet these beauties are totally packed with flavor Rachelle! And they look sooo pretty too! Getting these on my must bake list!
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary
Wow, talk about a cookie of my wildest dreams! Beer, coffee AND chocolate in BROWNIE COOKIES? Good lord! If these aren’t some epic cookies, I don’t know what is!! Boys going to love these, Rach! Pinned! Cheers!!
Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen
These brownies cookies look extraordinary, Rachelle. I love the addition of coffee porter beer – perfect for Christmas morning!
Kathleen | Hapa Nom Nom
These are SO cool! And they look so perfectly moist too! There is just so much to love about these little beauties – coffee porter beer, chocolate, brownie/cookie! Seriously drooling over here! I bet Santa would love to have these left out for him 😉
Amy @ Thoroughly Nourished Life
What a delicious idea! I know my beer and chocolate loving fiance is going to go crazy for these!
These cookies look amazing!
These cookies look so good, I love how easy this recipe is! Can’t wait to try all the cookies!
Kyle | Burger Artist
Wow, these cookies look amazing, nice work! I’ll take some of that porter too =)
Megan @ MegUnprocessed
These look perfectly chocolatey.
Linda @ 2 Cookin Mamas
These sound like just the type of cookie Santa will love. No cookies left on this plate! Great idea!
Woww, cookies is my kids’s favorite. I will make it today. Can’t wait to try it :). Thank you for your sharing!!!
What a combination! Chocolate and porter go so good together. I love unusual cookies. Can’t wait to make these!
YUM! These look so delicious 🙂 Nice job.
Am I the only One who can’t see how much baking soda the recipe calls for?? I’m lost its not listed but it’s added in the instructions to add it!
Hi Emily! It’s not you, it’s me. I accidentally left it out of the ingredient list. The recipe is updated to include 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda. Thanks for pointing it out! Cheers!
Hi! I work for a brewery that makes a coffee stout, and I just made this “dough” with it for a cookie swap. It’s been chilling for 4 hours now is still more of a batter. Is there something I missed, should I add more flour to it? BTW- the batter is delicious 🙂
Hi Sharon! I’m glad the batter is delicious! It’s definitely more of a brownie type batter than cookie so you should be fine. Chilling it just firmed it up a bit to make it easier to scoop. I’d go with what you’ve got because it sounds perfect! P.S. I’d love to hear all about the brewery your husband works for!
Good Morning! I hard chilled the dough in the freezer for just a bit to set it a little more, I believe my issue may have been that I doubled the recipe 🙂 The cookies came out GREAT!! I work for the Eddyline Brewery in Buena Vista Colorado, and I used our 14er Java Stout to make the cookies, I also made an icing from butter, confectioners sugar and more Java Stout to really make the beer flavor POP! They are delicious, I can’t keep the boyfriend out of the cookie jar!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe, Beer Girl!!
Hi Sharon! I’m so glad it worked for you! Twice as much is always better! Thanks so much for your kind comments. If I ever make it out to Colorado, I’m definitely going to check out Eddyline Brewery. It looks like you may have be so awesome to include a picture of your cookies, but it isn’t showing up. 🙁 I would absolutely love to see your finished product and that java stout icing sounds like something I could just eat with a spoon! 🙂 Cheers!