Andes Mint Brownies
Andes Candies and Brownies...Andes Mint Brownies. Doesn't that sound like a wonderful dessert idea? It not only sounds good, it tastes great. You can find lots of brownie and frosting recipes here, along with some of the most delicious cake, cupcake and other party dessert recipes and ideas.
What You Will Need to Make Your Andes Mint Brownies.
You can use a box brownie mix when you want to make some Mint Brownies. The box mix usually calls for some oil, eggs and water. Follow the instructions on the box and add in 1/2 cup or 4 ounces of the Andes Mint Candies baking chips. How is that for easy. Grease your pan and bake according to the package directions.
Now for some delicious frosting for your dessert.
I melt some of the Green Mints (they are called Mint Parfait)in the microwave and drizzle it right on top of the baked brownies when they are cooled. It looks very minty and pretty with the green chocolate mints drizzled on top. It's made with chocolate, heavy whipping cream, confectioners sugar, vanilla and some more Candies chips. If you cannot find the baking chips, just use the regular candies.
Melt the chocolate and add it to the heavy cream. Mix it until the cream is getting thick. Add your vanilla and your sugar and continue to whip until the cream is the consistancy you like. Then just put it on top of the cooled brownies and serve right away! When you are not serving the brownies right away, store them in a refrigerator. You don't want the whip cream to sour.
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4 squares (1 oz. ea.) white baking chocolate, chopped
1 1/4 cups heavy whipping cream, divided
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tbsp. granulated sugar
1/2 cup Crème de Menthe Baking Chips, divided
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