The DIY Guinness Brownies are Liquored Up

By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: Jun 17, 2012 • References: gastronometart & hiconsumption
Now more than ever our favorite sugary sweets continue to be infused with liquors of various sorts and vintages. Here's another spirit-infused splendor to add to the list: the DIY Guinness Brownies. These will make your favorite man weep with joy and burst ecstatically with emotion, as they combine two favored food groups: sugar and alcohol.

This recipe uses easily one of the best dessert foods of all time and remixes some Dublin-made Guinness ale into the mixture. Even if you're not a big drinker, these brownies are sure to be a hit at the next family bash, BBQ or party. They're also great for St. Paddy's Day as they boast authentically Irish beer within. One recipe only calls for about one cup of Guinness, so while you're making these Guinness brownies, pour the rest into a glass and enjoy -- and later enjoy your brew in brownie form. Stats for Alcohol-Saturated Sweets Trending: Older & Average
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