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Take a peek at what our pals over at 12Tomatoes had to say about this amazing minty brownie dessert recipe:
“If your favorite Girl Scout cookie is the Thin Mint, we’re with you! While those only come around a few weeks out of every year, you can make these cool, refreshing chocolate mint brownies any time you want to give yourself or your family a welcome treat. The three layers of this luscious brownie sandwich the tangy mint in between two layers of delectable chocolate — creating a dessert that’s truly satisfying. Bake up a batch the next time you need to bring something to a potluck, and don’t be surprised when you take home a completely empty plate.”
When the weather is cold, and Christmas is nearing, I make these brownies up and place them in decorative tins to give away as gifts. My family and friends love them. It’s very hard not to keep a few for myself, though!
1 ½ cups Domino sugar
½ cup Domino brown sugar
4 Eggland’s Best eggs
4 cups Domino powdered sugar
4 ounces Philadelphia cream cheese
¼ cup whipping cream
1 ¼ cup Land O Lakes butter
¼ tsp. McCormick peppermint extract
4 drops green food coloring
1/3 cup whipping cream
1/3 cup Land O Lakes butter
2 ½ cups Toll House chocolate chips
½ tsp. Morton salt
¾ cup Gold Medal flour
¼ cup Toll House cocoa powder
Quick Tip: Feel free to use peppermint or spearmint extract as either one tastes great in these brownies.
Thank you to 12Tomatoes for this lovely recipe.