I bought a bag of Andes Peppermint Crunch bits and have been trying to find a fun recipe to use them in.
I decided to try them on top of these peppermint brownie cookies and the combination of the two was awesome.
I frosted them with a simple vanilla frosting, but if you wanted to go crazy, you could add a 1/2 tsp of peppermint extract for extra minty cookies.
could I make this recipe in brownie form instead of cookies?
Cookies are the perfect dessert if you are going to be feeding a crowd, because they are already individually cut.
If you are wanting to switch this recipe and turn it into brownie form, that is definitely a possibility. We recommend making the brownies according to box directions.
If you are looking for a delicious homemade brownie recipe, we recommend making our Grandma’s Fudgy Brownie recipe.
what could i use instead of peppermint?
I love the combination of peppermint and chocolate, but I know that not all people are fans of the mixed flavors.
If that is the case, we recommend adding a few different toppings to these brownie cookies, as well as removing the peppermint extract from the brownie cookie part, of the recipe.
If you are looking for a peppermint alternative, we have a few ideas for you:
-Oreo cookie crumbles
-Milk chocolate drizzle
-M & M’s
-Gingersnap cookie crumbles
-Peanuts or any favorite nut
-Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups crumbled
-Hershey’s Cookies and Cream candy bar
-any of your favorite candy bars
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Recipe adapted from: Cooking Classy