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I made these for our Easter dessert table (the adult section, of course). I also thought these were extremely rich... but all the adults seemed to like them! (I "LOVE" having a grown-up table)!!! The grand-kids were a little upset over not having one, but they had a table of kid friendly treats themselves. Since I was tinting frostings (and eggs) for other Easter recipes anyway, I decided to tint this frosting green. (It is, after-all, "Irish Cream", right?) I wish I would have made these on St. Patty's Day to go along with the cupcakes I had made). Very nice recipe. Thank you for posting this. (Made for PRMR - Spring 2013)

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rosie316 April 04, 2013

These are so rich and wonderful! Too rich for me to sit and eat the whole pan, but I want to! Easy to make and company-worthy, I have a whole list of people I want to make these for. I had to bake mine 5 minutes longer to get them done in the very center. Ina word...FABULOUS! Thanks mersaydees, for another keeper!

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Chef PotPie August 17, 2012

Made the frosting only and it was very good. Used it with the Cooking Light Irish cream brownie recipe. Next time I'll use the brownie recipe here as well. They look yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama March 23, 2013
Irish Brownies With Irish Cream Frosting