Irish Cream Brownie Bites
Irish Cream Brownie Bites are little fudgy brownies with a kick of Irish cream!
Chocolate pairs so well with so many flavors, and Irish cream is one of my favorite things to combine with it. And in these little Irish Cream Brownie Bites, those flavors really shine.
Of course, you can use a different liqueur if you like. There are many others that pair well with chocolate. Try a coffee liqueur or maybe a hazelnut or almond variety.
You’ll definitely want to use mini chocolate chips because of the size of these brownies. Larger chocolate chips are just too big for these little bites. If you don’t have mini chips, then use chopped chocolate or try chopping regular size chocolate chips into smaller pieces. They’ll also be fine without any added chips, but just keep in mind that the yield will be reduced.
Using liners for the mini muffin pans make the brownies easier to remove from the pans once they’re ready. I prefer paper liners, and I most often use plain parchment liners. But for these I went with a variety of liners for a fun look.
When you’re divvying the batter, you’ll get the best results with a scoop. Brownie batter doesn’t behave like cookie dough or muffin batter. It’s thicker and can be a little tougher to divide for mini size brownies. A scoop makes quick and simple work of portioning the batter.
I just can’t get enough of these rich, fudgy Irish Cream Brownie Bites. The flavor is just fantastic! And their individual size makes them great for serving a crowd!