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Funny story . . I went to buy the ingredients for these brownies, and I couldn't find mint chocolate chips anywhere. So, I ended up using those York Peppermint Bites - you know, the little round ones. I added a square of bakers chocolate so it wouldn't be overly minty. Turned out pretty good, nice and moist; good texture.

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Amy Bradley March 16, 2001

Although there was operator error on this recipe, it was simply scrumptious! I don't know how they came out so flat, but even so,they came out nice and fudgy and minty. I, too, could not find the mint chocolate chips, so used chopped up mint chocolate cups. I will have to make these again. Thnx for sharing your recipe, flower. Made for Comfort Cafe Snow Queen Chalet Jan 2010.

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Darkhunter January 24, 2010

Good idea, excellent method, but fairly difficult to tell when done, and the mint-fudge balance is a little off -- too much on the sweet side, not enough on the chocolate. I bet if I used dark chocolate and mint, these would be perfect. Otherwise, excellent recipe -- snapped up by roomates, family, and even faculty.

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BrotherAdso October 20, 2006

I could not find the mint chocolate chips so I used plain chocolate chips & peppermint oil. I added two drops of oil when I should have added the vanilla then right before I put the batter in the pan I tasted the batter and added another drop. These brownies are wonderful, moist and taste just like a thin mint girl scout cookie. If you use the oil be careful its very strong. Thanks for sharing a great recipe. The are wonderful warm.

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Pumpkie March 04, 2005
Minty Fudge Brownies