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I absolutely love the combination of chocolate and mint together and these insanely delicious no-bake Chocolate Mint Shamrock Squares hit the spot perfectly. They are especially satisfying when enjoyed with a hot cup of coffee. These dessert squares boast three scrumptious layers of minty, chocolaty goodness including dark chocolate, unsweetened coconut and crushed graham crackers. Yummy and oh, so very addicting!
They are fairly simple to make, but do involve a few steps and take about half an hour to prepare and clean-up. After the squares have been chilled and cut, you can package the squares in a fancy tin can or wrap them up in cupcake liners for giving as individual gifts.
I use premium dark cocoa powder and dark chocolate chips for an ultra deep and rich chocolate flavor. I find the subtle bitterness of the dark chocolate balances the sweetness of the mint icing. Of course, if you are not a fan of dark chocolate, you can substitute with semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips.
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Cut and serve Chocolate Mint Shamrock Squares in shamrock baking cups for a festive display. Stack one or two chocolate mint shamrock squares in a paper cupcake liner and place on a tray. Gently insert St. Patrick’s cupcake picks into the middle of the squares. To package these up to give as individual gifts, place the cupcake liner inside a clear treat bag or plastic drink cup. Slip in a couple of chocolate gold coins in beside the squares and tie the bag closed with a yellow or green ribbon.
These Chocolate Mint Shamrock Squares make a wonderful dessert to serve at a church tea, book club meeting or any other casual gathering. They also make tasty treats to make for a bake sale.
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