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Easy Mint Fudge Brownies

Watch out... they're addicting
Easy Mint Fudge Brownie Dessert
Jane Bruce

Easy Mint Fudge Brownie Dessert

Brownies are one of the most popular desserts in America. Easy to make, but with little variation. No matter if they turn out cake-like or fudgy, every batch tastes the same. As fall turns to winter, why not add a taste of winter? Melting a layer of chocolate thin mints on a regular batch of brownies will add serious flavor to this sweet treat. Give this cool easy dessert a try — it is a cinch to make anytime of the year.


  • One 20-ounce box brownie mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 Cup water
  • 1/2 Cup cooking oil
  • 30 chocolate thin mints


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, if using a glass baking dish (if using a nonstick pan, 325 degrees).

Using a handheld mixer or whisk, blend the first 4 ingredients in a large bowl. Be sure to break up all clumps of brownie mix.

Transfer the mixture to a glass baking dish or nonstick pan. Baking time will depend on pan size. For a 9-by-13-inch pan, bake for 27-30 minutes; for a 9-inch-square pan, bake for 34-37 minutes; for an 8-inch-square pan, bake for 42-45 minutes.

With 5-7 minutes left, remove the pan from the oven, and top the brownies with chocolate thin mints. (For a stronger and more distinct flavor, use mints covered in dark chocolate. York mints are generally too thick, but will work if you are in a pinch.)

Place the pan back in the oven and let the mints melt for the remaining 5-7 minutes. Remove the brownies from the oven, and using a spatula, spread the melted mints. Let the brownies set and the mint topping harden. Enjoy this easy dessert with a cold glass of milk!