Lucy and Ricky.
Wilma and Fred.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Thelma and Louise.
Mint and Chocolate.
Some things are just meant to be together… and these brownies, mmm, these brownies… well, not only are they the perfect combination of mint and chocolate, but a delightful pairing of these brownies with your tastebuds, well, that’s a match made in heaven.
You’ll want to start with Betty Crocker Mint Chocolate Cookies, which are divine by the way, and a box of Betty Crocker brownies, the kind for a 9×13 pan, any variety you please, plus the ingredients to make them.
Go ahead and prepare the brownie mix according to package directions. Pour that into the bottom of a greased 9×13 pan.
Now, prepare the cookie dough according to package directions, just mixing the ingredients listed on the back of the package.
Now that looks and tastes delicious, but I feel like we can really kick it up a notch on the festivity scale.
Tint it green using a few drops of green food coloring. I used 7 drops of my regular McCormick food coloring.
Now, drop it by the spoonful on top of the brownies, trying to cover as much of the brownies as you can.
Bake that whole mixture at 350 for approximately 30 minutes or until it’s done. Cool the whole thing completely.
Once it’s cooled, melt about 1/8 cup of chocolate– you seriously don’t need that much for this. It’s just to make it extra pretty.
Drizzle the living tar out of it… just drizzle all over that thing.
Let the drizzle set completely, and then cut it into pretty little triangles, just like this.
See? Totally “Mint” to be…
If you cut them into triangles, not only do they look extra fancy, but you get twice as many… if you cut them into squares, you’ll get 24 bars, but cut those squares into triangles, and BAM! 48, extra-fancy, gorgeous bars. Ta-da!
Just promise me you won’t share any of them with Brangelina… I’m a Jennifer Aniston fan.