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It’s The Perfect Combination Of Flavors That Will Knock Your Socks Off
I have always loved red velvet cake and peppermint desserts. I also enjoy brownies like, a lot. So, as you can imagine, these red velvet brownies with peppermint frosting are right up my alley.
I mean, man oh man, does this dessert ever make my skirt fly up! It is delicious! I love sprinkling on the little peppermint candies as a garnish at the end. They make these brownies look super pretty. I would definitely set these on the table as a centerpiece while dinner is being served. They’re just too elegant to be hidden away in the kitchen.
You’ll be so proud of yourself for making such a lovely Christmas dessert . Just wait until you see how impressed your dinner guests are. Don’t be surprised if you are asked if these brownies came from a bakery to which you can proudly exclaim, “Yep! It’s called the my-own-kitchen bakery.”
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Quick Tip: Double this recipe and freeze the other half for later (add frosting once thawed).