Fudgy Mint Squares
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 30 min. + cooling
Makesabout 4 dozen
A wonderful dessert! I halved the recipe and made it in an 8x8. I also used dark chocolate chips for the top because that's what I had on hand. For the final layer, it didn't take the full 30 minutes to become lukewarm. I poured it over top, smoothed it out, then let the entire pan sit for another 1/2 hour or so to cool down more before putting it in the fridge. My top layer didn't come off. I will definitely be making this again. May even try a different extract for the middle layer!
Every time I make these the top comes off & the bottom is too cooked!! What the heck am I doing wrong? I will not give up on these for they are just too good!! The first time I made these they were a mess but the got eaten, & those who ate them said 'mess or not they are the very good'. I bake for a living so if anyone can help me with these, I would appreciate it. Thank You!!
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Made it for the chocolate lovers in my office a couple of years ago and they raved about it. It's simple, but looks elegant. I moved recently and misplaced my recipe, so was glad to be able to replace it.
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These were great! I disagree with peeweemow, i think just a drizzle of the ganache wouldnt be enough!
this was sooo good. only thing i would change for next time....cause there WILL be a next time... is use a drizzle of the ganash top. the recipe makes it a little too rich. but all in all it was awsome.
Josie168....by all means....yes you can! These are awsome!
Could you use a boxed brownie mix as a base instead of making the bottom layer from scratch?
These were SO good! I used 2 tsp peppermint extract and 7 drops of food coloring to get it looking green enough, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Will definitely be making these again!