Mint Oreo Cookie Brownie Bars Recipe

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Ever since I was young, I have loved anything that involved mint and chocolate. Thank goodness holiday recipes use this combination in so many delicious ways! These brownies have a rich minty chocolate flavor with mint-marshmallow creme swirled in the brownies and mixed in the frosting . . . they are nothing short of amazing! Bonus: they use a brownie mix! It doesn't get any easier than that!

Ingredients:

1 (7 oz) container of marshmallow creme
1/8 teaspoon mint extract
8 drops green food color
1 box brownie mix (has to be the 9x13" pan size)
Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on brownie mix box
3/4 cup white chocolate chips
1 cup vanilla frosting (I just used store bought, but you could also use your favorite homemade recipe)
18 mint creme Oreo cookies, coarsely chopped (3 cups) 
 
Directions:
 
1. Heat oven to 350°F. Spray 13x9-inch pan with cooking spray. In medium bowl, stir together marshmallow creme, mint extract and 4 drops of the food color until light green.
 
2. In large bowl, make brownie mix as directed on box, using water, oil, and eggs. Spread batter in pan. Drop 4 or 5 large tablespoonfuls of marshmallow mixture onto batter (reserve remaining marshmallow mixture). Gently pull table knife through marshmallow mixture and batter in S-shaped curves in continuous motion for marbled design. Spread evenly in pan.
 
3. Bake 25 to 28 minutes or until set. Cool completely, about 1 hour.
 
4. In small microwavable bowl, microwave baking chips on High 30 seconds; stir. Microwave 30 seconds longer; stir until smooth. Stir melted chips and frosting into remaining marshmallow mixture. Stir in remaining 4 drops food color until light green; spread over cooled bars. Sprinkle with cookies; press in slightly. Cut into bars.
 
PS- Do you love my yellow and gray chevron platter I served them on? You can get your own at Rosie Posie Designs!

Recipe adapted from: Betty Crocker

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Here are more of our favorite brownie recipes:
Reese's Brownies
Lunch Lady Brownies
Mom's Famous Chocolate Marshmallow Brownies
Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Brownies
Fudgy Brownie Recipe

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  1. Lindsay says:

    Oh my, these would not be my friend after I was done with them–I would eat them all! I love mint brownies, but these look out of this world.

    Question–do you make new recipes all the time?? If so, I am coming over. :)

  2. Sherri says:

    I just made these. They’re yummy, but falling apart they’re so gooey. The brownie mix had the option to make fudgy brownies or cake brownies. I went with fudgy. Should I have gone with cake? Or are they supposed to be extra-gooey? Thanks.

  3. Camille says:

    Hi Sherri! These are pretty gooey, but I have not had them fall apart . . . I am so sorry that yours turned out so gooey! I just made the regular fudgy brownies too, so I am not sure why yours turned out that way. I am sorry that I am not much help. Have a Merry Christmas!

  4. Johnny says:

    Thanks for the recipe. Mine turned out great and didn’t last very long.

    To the one poster whose were falling apart. I added another cup of the white chocolate chips and made my own icing a littler thicker than I normally would. That gives it a little more constancy and should fix any falling apart that might occur.

    • Six Sisters says:

      I googled egg substitute for you and here are a few things that popped up….
      You can substitute three tablespoons of mayonnaise for one egg in baking. The recipe I wanted to use called for two eggs, but I only had one. I subbed the mayo for the other egg, and the pumpkin muffins I baked were no different than usual. Or, you can mash half a banana with half teaspoon of baking powder.

      I have also heard of substituting 1 egg for 1 mashed banana.

      ***Remember, these are answers from google, not our own. Best of luck to you! -The Six Sisters

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