Guinness & Chocolate Dessert Bar

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, we have an incredible dessert bar to share today.  Pairing the traditional Irish stout, Guinness, with chocolate is a popular combination….  especially perfect when baking for St. Patty’s Day!  From Chocolate Guinness Brownies to Black and Tan Cupcakes, these fluthered goodies were created by Sherri Meyers and her team at The Pastry Studio.  They might not have green sprinkles…. but these Irish treats will make your grown up friends smile!  Join me as we tip our hat to this festive and fun, Guinness & Chocolate Dessert Bar!

Guinness Dessert Bar for St. Patrick's Day

While this dessert table was originally created for a couples Book Club Party (the book was all about the history of Guinness), it would be perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration!  Chocolate Stout Brownies and Black & Tan Cupcakes are dusted with shimmering gold and lined up to create a plate of happiness!  Throw in some Guinness Double Chocolate Cake Pops and Guinness Biscotti… and you’ve found the end of the Guinness rainbow!

Guinness Dessert Bar for St. Patrick's Day

Sherri shared a few thoughts about the creation of this menu:

“We experimented with many different variations to make this dessert bar delicious and full bodied.  There was a lot of tasting going on in the studio, as we perfected these special desserts!”

Guinness Dessert Bar for St. Patrick's Day

Taste-testing Guinness infused treats sounds like a great day at the office, doesn’t it?  With the underlying chocolate and coffee notes found in this Irish stout, Guinness and chocolate are a perfect match.  Not to mention a unique and festive way to spread some Irish cheer!

A big shamrock hug to The Pastry Studio for sharing their incredibly tempting Guinness & Chocolate Dessert Bar with us today.  If you’re inspired to give Guinness baking a try this St. Patrick’s Day, be sure to check out {this post} from last year.  It will help you get your Guinness on!

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Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

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    Nonnygoats says

    The Black & Tan were the English army that slaughtered the Irish. It’s very insulting to the Irish. They call the drink a half & half.

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