By Lainey6605 on March 15, 2007
Photo by Pneuma
Photo by Pneuma
"These are great for St. Patrick's Day. Preparation time does not include time for chilling."
Serving Size: 1 (36 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 48
"I can't believe I've never reviewed this recipe, b/c I've made these probably 10 times or more. I love, love, love these brownies! They are soooo worth the effort to make!"
"I made this for my DS and used peppermint extract, I also aded in 1/4 cup softened cream cheese to the filling which worked out wonderful, thanks for sharing hon, my DS loved these!...Kitten:)"
"Delicious, rich, moist, dense brownie! A little time-consuming only because you have to allow cooling time between each of the steps...otherwise a very easy recipe. I think this is very festive looking for the Christmas holidays as well as St. Patty's Day."
"Quite possibly the best brownie I have ever had! So So So GOOD!!!!! The brownie just melts in your mouth it is so moist! The filling tastes like one of those after dinner butter mints. I used clear creme de menthe and then I added 2 drops of green food coloring to get the color of one of those pastel after dinner mints. For St. Patrick's Day I will probably add more food coloring and make the filling a little more green. Wonderful recipe, thanks so much for posting!!!"
"These are wonderful. I followed the recipe exactly, but cooked them a couple of minutes too long. Still great! I took them to Bunko and they were a huge hit. Thanks for posting."
"I've made these brownies a few times. This year I decided to make these for St. Patrick's Day. Apparently I have never written the recipe down so had to find it on line again. I also found a wonderful recipe for Irish soda bread. I've never made it before, but it was sooo... easy! This particular reIcipe had the bread baked in a 9" springform pan which gave it a great shape. No kneading or shaping required!"
"These recipes were delicious and so moist and chewy. I added a few drops of green food coloring to the filling just for a little extra color. Be sure not to overbake though cause I burned the edges a little but they were still delicious. Glad to find this recipe because I had most of the ingredients already on hand."
"I used Splenda for the sugars as I wanted to eat it without guilt. I also used the optional green food coloring plus the dash of peppermint extract. I just love the color of the green in it and the mint taste of the filling. Goes well with the chocolate. Delicious, thanks! Made for TOTM's Tag It Green."