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Top 5 Christmas Brownie Recipes for 2013

December 10th, 2013 | Posted by CurrentCatalog in Special Occasions

Every holiday party includes delicious desserts. This year, try new Christmas brownie recipes that are fun to make and will be cheerfully devoured by your holiday guests.

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Caramel and Pecan Turtle Brownies

Bake a dessert in 15 minutes that looks like it took hours to assemble when you make Caramel and Pecan Turtle Brownies. The recipe, from Love, Pomegranate House, tops brownie mix with chopped pecans, caramel ice cream topping and melted caramel candies. Each piece melts in your mouth and wows guests.

Mint Brownies

What’s Cooking, Love? shares a recipe for Mint Brownie Christmas Trees. Use round pie pans to create Christmas trees, and then decorate them with icing and candy. These brownies are both cute and seasonally delicious for guests of all ages.

Peanut Butter Fudge

Rich peanut butter fudge may be a holiday staple in your house. If so, bake it into brownies that are sure to become part of your annual holiday baking menu. The recipe from The Self Taught Cook includes layers of brownie, peanut butter and chocolate. Green and red sprinkles add the final touch to these decadent and festive Peanut Butter Fudge Brownies.

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Cheesecake Brownies

Combine two delicious dessert into one irresistible treat when you bake Cheesecake Brownies. To prepare them, mix eight-ounces of softened cream cheese, 1/3 cup sugar, one egg and 1/3 teaspoon vanilla extract. Use a Christmas silicone spatula to work the cream cheese mix lightly into the top of prepared brownie mix. Sprinkle on 1/3 cup of chocolate chips before baking the brownies that please any palate.

Melted Snowman Brownies

You earn tons of presentation points when you make adorable Melted Snowman Brownies from My Kitchen Stories. They feature a melted marshmallow complete with a hat, eyes and orange nose. Enlist your children or grandchildren to help you assemble these brownies that will be the talk of the party.

Is your mouth watering yet? Then pull out the necessary ingredients and baking dishes as you get busy making one or several brownie recipes for your Christmas guests this year.

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