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Since St. Patty’s Day is just around the corner I thought I’d share one of my all time favorite desserts. TO DIE FOR thin mint brownies. These are a chocolate lovers favorite! Seriously you gotta try these mint brownies. They’re perfect for a get together because you DO NOT want the whole pan sitting around. Trust me!

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TO DIE for thin mint brownies

Ingredients

  • 1 brownie mix mix according to package directions
  • 15 chopped thin mint cookies
  • 1 stick of butter softened
  • 2 TB evaporated milk could use milk for substitute
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. peppermint extract
  • couple drops green food coloring
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 cup chopped andis mints

Instructions

  1. Make brownie mix according to package. Fold in thin mints and pour into a greased 9x9 pan. Bake according to package directions. Once your brownies are done let them cool for about an hour. In a medium sized bowl mix 4 TB butter, powdered sugar, evaporated milk, peppermint extract and green food coloring until fluffy. Spread mint frosting over brownies. Refrigerate 1 hour. For chocolate glaze, combine 4 TB butter, chocolate chips and melt for 1 minute in the microwave. Once chocolate chips are melted, stir in vanilla. Pour over green frosting and spread by tipping pan. Sprinkle andis mints on top. Refrigerate for 1 hour before cutting.
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To die for thin mint brownies recipe

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34 Responses to “TO DIE for thin mint brownies”

  1. Michaela

    I think you’re trying to kill me with this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing. I’ll be making these soon!

    What program do you use for posting your recipes? They’re so fun!

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  2. Meredith

    Ok, so I’ve read this recipe like 10 times. Where does the evaporated milk come in? I’m assuming in the peppermint icing, but just wanted to check. It sounds delicious!

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    • Jamielyn

      Hey Meredith! Yup goes in the mint frosting, sorry about that. Just edited it. You’ll have to let me know how you like them. :)

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  3. D

    I am making this recipe right now and so far, so good. I had to substitute Mint Oreos for Thin Mints so I hope it still turns out great. Just a couple little things I noticed about the recipe: the ingredients list includes evaporated milk, but the directions do not. I used it in the mint layer. Also, the brownies are not ready in I hour 5 minutes since they have to sit for 2 hours between the different layers. The recipe seems great overall and I’m looking forward to trying them! Thanks!

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  4. Windy

    Made these for the fam this weekend and they were DEVOURED. Everyone loved them. Thanks for the recipe!

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  5. Tiffany

    I hope I’m not missing something obvious, but I don’t see a recipe anywhere, only pictures that tease and taunt me. PLEASE give me this recipe. I MUST have it!!!!! Thanks!

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  6. Myla

    Is it me or is the recipe gone?! I’ve looked and don’t see it ANYWHERE on this post…. Am I just having a blonde moment or what?

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  7. Matt Lanter

    I love brownies a lot , they are irresistible. All your recipes are totally superb. Keep updating your blog with such awesome stuff, I am a frequent visitor.

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  8. Ashley Whisenant

    Where is the recipe at? I can’t see it anywhere and i would love to try these!

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  9. Dezi A

    I thought I was going crazy until I saw the few other comments – where is the recipe??? Chocolate and mint are my all time favorite treat. Ever.

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    • Jackie

      What can I use in place of thin mint cookies? Ours are long gone!

      Thanks, Jackie

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  10. Tara

    These received so many compliments. I made enough for a 9×13 and had some left over. I froze them individually so I could have a little treat whenever I wanted without feeling like I had to eat the whole pan before they went bad. I must say, they are sooooo much better when you warm them up and the toppings are all melty!!!! Oh, My, Gosh! Next time I make them, I will just cut them right away and freeze. :D

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  11. Magali

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    MUITO OBRIGADA,POR TER ME MANDADO A RECEITA QUE EU TANTO QUERIA. APESAR DE NAO TERMOS OS INGREDIENTES IGUAIS,VOU TENTAR SUBSTITUI-LOS .DEPOIS CONTO O RESULTADO. AGRADECO ,MAIS UMA VEZ,, POR VOCE,NESSA EPOCA DE NATAL,QUE E TAO ATAREFADA,TER TIDO A GENTILEZA DE ME ATENDER . MIL AGRADECIMENTOS. FIQUE COM DEUS. ABRACOS. MAGALI.

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  12. Chelsey

    I pinned these last week, thought about them for a full week, saved my calories for a full week, and finally made them today. LOVE! Thanks for a great recipe.

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