Mint Chocolate Brownies made with Oreos and Andes Candies

These tasty brownies are so easy to whip up! All you need are 12 mint Oreo cookies, about 24 Andes candies, a box of dark fudge brownie mix plus the ingredients needed according to the package...and GO!

First  spray the bottom of a muffin pan with cooking spray. I happen to have a pan with squares for making individual brownies or cake squares. 

Crush the cookies on a cutting board with a rolling pin. You may want to place a piece of wax paper between the pin and the cookies because the cookies will begin to stick to both surfaces. This way if it sticks to the wax paper it is much easier to pull off. Divide the cookie crumbs and place in the bottom of each cup in the pan. Then prepare the brownie mix according to the package instructions. Divide the batter among the 12 cups and bake in an oven set at 350 degrees F for 24 minutes. 

In the meantime chop up the Andees candies and set aside. When the brownies are all done baking, sprinkle the chopped up mint candies on top of the brownies and let melt. If you need to you can pop the brownies back into the oven for a minute or two until the candies are all melted.

I just whipped these up this afternoon for my religious education class to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day...I sure hope they like 'em!


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  1. These brownies look divine, I love Andes mints! :) I would love to invite you to my linky party to share your recipe at Meal Planning Monday Recipe Link-Up. Happy St. Patrick's Day! :) http://www.aprilshomemaking.com/2014/03/meal-planning-monday-recipe-link-up-2.html

  2. Anything with Andes makes me think of my grandma! These look so tasty. Found you on a link party, and glad I did. Lovely blog.

  3. Barbara, Andes mints are my favorite so I know I would love the brownies! They look yummy.

  4. These look wonderful! I would love it if you would share it on my Tasty Tuesday Linky party!

  5. Barbara,
    Oh my...these look sooooo yummy! Thanks so much for sharing at my party.


  6. Hi Barbara - enjoyed reading your great brownie recipe - will have to try this one soon! Glad you joined Penny's great food party.

    I just also looked at your St. Patrick's Day parade pics - they are great and kind of repeated much of what I viewed at our parade here in Raleigh over the past weekend!!!

    Have a wonderful week.
    Mary - A Breath of Fresh Air

  7. Barbara,, Here it is midnight and I have fallen into bed, too tired think, and I find this and now I am craving chocolate and mint. Sorry but you are a VERY BAD influence on me! lol xo Diana

  8. Ooh Andes and brownies... Sounds fantastic!

  9. What a great recipe, Barbara! This sounds like it would be sooo good! I'm adding this to my files! Happy Spring to you!


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