St. Patrick’s Day Iced Mint Oreo Brownies

March 5, 2015

This St. Patrick’s Day whip up something sweet and festive like these decadent Iced Mint Oreo Brownies. Simply bake up a batch of your favorite brownie mix then top with a minty white chocolate marshmallow icing followed by crushed Mint Oreo cookies. Your little leprechauns will simply love them!

Iced Mint Oreo Brownies
Courtesy of eMeals.com

Ingredients:


7 oz jar marshmallow fluff

1/8 t mint extract

10 drops green food coloring

1 box brownie mix

Vegetable oil (amount depends on the brownie mix)

Eggs (amount depends on the brownie mix)

17 oz package cool mint Oreo cookies

3/4 c white chocolate chips

1/4 t vanilla extract

1 canister vanilla frosting

Tools:
Aluminum foil

Cooking spray

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350. Line a 9×13 pan with foil & spray it with cooking spray.

In medium bowl, stir marshmallow fluff, mint extract, and 5 drops of food coloring (or more) until a light green color is achieved.

In a large bowl, prepare the brownie mix as directed on the box, using water, oil, eggs, and fold in 12 hand crumbled Oreos at the end.

Spread brownie batter in prepared pan. Place random dollops (about 1/2 c) of the green marshmallow mixture on top of  brownie batter and save the rest for later. Gently pull a table knife through batter in S-shaped curves for a swirled looking top to your brownies. Bake until brownies are set, being careful not to over bake. Bake for around 30-40 minutes or until done in the center.

Cool brownies completely before icing.

In another small microwave-safe bowl, melt the white chocolate chips in30 second intervals.  After 30 seconds, stir chips and return for 30 more seconds. Continue until chips are completely melted and smooth.

Add the melted white chocolate chips, vanilla extract, and vanilla frosting to the reserved marshmallow mixture. Stir in 5 drops of food coloring or until your desired level of green is achieved. Once the ingredients are blended, spread over cooled brownies. Crumble Oreos by hand and sprinkle them over the brownies, pressing them in lightly.

Let it set before slicing and serving.

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