'Lucky' Baileys Brownies

After baking hundreds of different brownie recipes, I’ve never come across a dud. Sure, some have been a tad better than others, but none have been worthy of the trash can. Brownies seem to be the lucky recipe for me. I’ve included peanut butter, mint, cinnamon chips, caramel, cookie dough and like the ones below, alcohol. It’s always a win-win with brownies… C always asks for them, so they’re definitely a lucky dessert for me!

These ‘Lucky’ Baileys Brownies are totally in fashion for Spring. They’re dense, fudgy and carry a smooth finish, thanks to the Baileys. Perfect for showers, cookouts or even your St. Patrick’s Day Party – they make for a very appropriate dessert-table treat! :)

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‘Lucky’ Baileys Brownies
Adapted from: How Sweet It Is

8 tbsp unsalted butter
6 oz bittersweet dark chocolate, at least 60% cacao
1 c Splenda for Baking
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
2 large eggs
1 c all-purpose flour
1/4 c Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Melt butter and chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Add mixture to a medium mixing bowl, along with the Splenda for Baking and vanilla extract; whisk until fluffy, about 2-3 minutes. Add in eggs, whisking one at a time. Add flour and stir just until combined, then stir in Baileys.

Pour into a greased 8″x8″ baking pan. Bake for 35-45 minutes, or until just barely done.

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What’s a lucky dish for you… one that always comes out perfectly??

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8 Responses to ‘Lucky’ Baileys Brownies

  1. Lisa Deininger says:

    Taquitos. Taquitos always is a hit in my house. My mom used to make them for special occasions, only because it takes two days to make them! Now that she has passed on the talent for making them I make them ONLY for special occasions. If you make them too often they lose their grandeur and you won’t put as much love into cooking them as you would on special occasions.
    I’ll have to try your brownie recipe. I sure do love brownies and baileys! Thanks!

  2. Rebecca Pope-Ruark says:

    Being allergic to rye (and, therefore, whiskey) sucks. These sound totally yummy!

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  4. Anne Boodheshwar Anne Boodheshwar says:

    These sound so yummy…too of my favorites combined! Brownies are such a hit at our house we often have them instead of cake for birthdays! There’s never any leftovers with a pan of Brownies.

  5. marcia says:

    how much regular sugar would i use in place of the splenda?

  6. Dana Reinertson DanaReinertson says:

    Yum, I am totally going to make these for Saturday!

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