Yield: Yields about 30 brownies.
These brownies only get better after a couple of days, as their texture gets fudgier and their flavor richer. In testing, we used Bigelow peppermint tea, but any herbal peppermint tea will work. Peppermint extract is available in grocery stores or by mail order.
I used this recipe last year for christmas and it's amazing. the peppermint and chocolate combo is 10/10 delicious. even my mom (who doesnt like sweets too much) loved these! i used both peppermint tea leaves and peppermint extract and it was a strong flavor but it worked really well. the glazing on top is a lot easier to do than it looks which is good because i was super worried about messing it up lol. im definitely making these again this christmas :)
Excellent recipe! One of my go-to recipes for potlucks and parties. I've made these countless times over the years and they've always been a huge hit. Maybe I don't have access to good white chocolate, but it never melts smoothly enough to drizzle nicely. I now stick it in a piping bag fitted with a thin round tip and pipe the white chocolate across in rows...just make sure you wear oven mitts, that piping bag is hot ;)
Fudgy and delicious! The peppermint flavor is subtle and the topping is easier to do than it looks. Keeps well for a few days as well
Made as written. Excellent! Don't be tempted to decrease the butter or sugar in this recipe--they are necessary to create that dense, fudgy texture.
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