These gluten-free brownies couldn’t be easier to make and they’re even healthy…well, healthier than most.
My mom used to make chocolate mint brownies for her Christmas cookie tins every year. They were one of my favorites. Her version wasn’t gluten-free or refined sugar-free but they were delicious.
My version tastes just like I remember from my childhood…they’re fudgy, minty, and the carob drizzled on top adds a little crunchy textural contrast.
I made them to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day…but they’re going to make a repeat appearance at Christmas.
Some other St. Patrick’s Day Dishes…
- Irish Soda Bread with Currants & Caraway from me
- Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage from Tasty Eats at Home
- Irish Potato Farls from Celiac Family
- Vegan Pot Pie from Book of Yum
If you haven’t stopped by this week’s Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, there’s lots of yummy looking St. Patrick’s Day recipes there, too.
For those of you getting this in e-mail: To get to the recipe for the brownies and the frosting, click the link in the recipe below. It will take you to the page where the recipes are posted.