So, this was really meant to be a St. Patrick’s Day post, but I didnt end up making these until this week! They will definitely be on my St. Patrick’s Day list for next year though! Do not be overwhelmed by all of the steps and different parts, they were pretty easy to make! The most important part is that they taste good!! The brownie part came out really moist and there was just a hint of minty taste, not to over powering! These can be semi-homemade if you use store bought frosting and a GF brownie mix!! Hope you had a great belated St. Patrick’s Day and I hope you enjoy!
What you need: (Adapted from here)
* 1 package GF Oreos (Kinnikinick brand)
*1/8 tsp mint extract
*1 7 oz. jar Marshmallow Fluff
*green food coloring
*3/4 cup melted white chocolate chips (Enjoy Life brand)
*1 brownie recipe or 1 box of GF brownie mix (Betty Crocker, Pamela’s, etc.)
*1 recipe homemade frosting or 1 can store bought
1.) Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2.) Make the marshmallow mint-Mix together the marshmallow fluff, green food coloring (use as many or as little drops as you need to make desired color) and the mint extract. Mine was VERY hard to mix together, the fluff was so sticky!! Set aside.
3.) Make the brownies either according to brownie mix or your own brownie recipe. If you dont have a GF brownie recipe, I have one on here from a prior post! Stir in 12 crushed Oreos to the batter and also 1/2 of the marshmallow mint. Bake the brownies about 20-25 minutes. Mine took awhile because there was so much gooey yumminess!
4.) Now, add in the frosting and the melted white chocolate to the rest of the mint marshmallow. Since this doesnt spread well at all, I recommend putting it on the brownies as soon as they come out of the oven so that it can melt all over them. Crush the rest of the Oreos and press them into the brownies.
5.) I refrigerated mine overnight, but if you need right away I would freeze, it makes them much easier to cut when they are cool and hardened!