Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe

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Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe

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Growing up one of the best time of the year was girl scout cookie time – I was never a girl scout but my dad always bought TONS of thin mint cookies

He would put the boxes in the freezer and slowly eat them overtime ( well everyone in the family would eat them — but they were technically his)

The problem always happened about 2 month after we bought them that there were NO MORE to be had —- then started the long wait till Thin Mint Season again

Well — we are not in thin mint season again and we thought it would be fun to make our own thin mint cookies at home πŸ™‚

I posted this recipe over 2 years ago — so long ago that there was not even a final picture — and all the pictures were done on my cell phone πŸ˜‰

Enjoy the recipe πŸ™‚

Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe

This is everything you need πŸ™‚ The final cost — I think we made about 2 boxes worth was about $3 — now I would not make these instead of buying girl scout cookies — but this is a great alternative once you run out

Because no matter how many your buy you will run out at some point πŸ˜‰

Here is my dad melting the chocolate

Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe

If you do make the Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe make sure to comment and let me know what you think πŸ™‚

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Copycat Recipe: Thin Mints Recipe



  • 1) Ritz Crackers ( I know what you are thinking – but just try it πŸ˜‰ )
  • 2) Chocolate Mints - Andre works great


  1. ) Create a double broiler ( simply put water in a pan while placing a pan on top of the pan with water and turn up the heat) – this will cause the chocolate to melt but not burn πŸ™‚
  2. ) Give the Ritz crackers a chocolate bath! I used a fork to dip the crackers in the chocolate
  3. ) Place β€œcookie” on the parchment paper – when the tray is full place tray in the freezer and wait for 20 minutes.
  4. ) Enjoy!!!!