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Yin & Yang Brookies ☯︎☯️

If you love chocolate as much as I do, what’s better than a cookie loaded with as much chocolate as possible? Absolutely nothing, that’s what. Last week, a friend of mine sent me an Instagram post where a blogger had made brookies (brownies and cookies mixed together.) She wanted to try something similar with CBDough’s pre-made cookie dough– so I thought, I should try that for the blog!

At first, I wanted to explore how to combine our brownies with our cookies for this recipe, but after another friend suggested we combine two of our most popular cookies together to get a similar effect, the idea of the Yin & Yang Cookie was born. The Reverse cookie dough is what we like to call a reverse of the O.G.. It's dough has all of the wonderful richness of The O.G., but with added cocoa powder, and instead of melty, flavorful chocolate chips, it's filled with bursts of white chocolate. It’s just as soft, gooey and delicious as the O.G., but mimicking a more brownie-like experience. How could this recipe get any better? Combining these two amazing cookies gives you a whopping 30mg of CBD per cookie, the perfect after dinner treat.

Two opposite cookies making a whole– which is actually lot like my sister and my partnership! If you know us, you know how different we are, but when we're together it's so obvious that we’re sisters. As my adored friend would say, my sister and I (as well as these two opposing cookies) are “same, same, but different.” Love you Linds, thanks for the idea! 😘


1 12 oz. Jar of C.B.Dough’s The Reverse Pre-Made Cookie Dough

1 12 oz. Jar of C.B.Dough’s The O.G. Pre-Made Cookie Dough


  1. Preheat oven to 350° F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Mash all 6 of The O.G. pre-scooped cookie dough balls with The Reverse pre-scooped cookie dough balls to make 6 new cookies, double the size.

  3. Roll yin & yang cookies in hands until round and all 6 are even size and shape.

  4. Place on prepared baking sheet and allow distance between each cookie for spreading.

  5. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until cookies appear done and have puffed slightly.

  6. Remove from oven and allow to cool for at least 10 minutes before serving.

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