Thin Mints Premium PD Recipe

2016-04-12

These delectable chocolate mint cookie cakes are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. Enjoy them fresh out of the oven or stock up your freezer stash for a frozen treat that is sure to satisfy your annual or daily need for these nostalgic cookies. Donate a dollar to your local Girl Scout troop and tell them to keep their cookies. Protective Diet has everything you and your family needs to stay on the fast track to optimal health.

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by Wenckus on November 21, 2016

    My dough was too wet and I added some flour. I grind my own oat flour in my blender, but it doesn’t get as fine as store-bought oat flour. Anyone else had this issue with these thin mints?

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 26, 2016

      I grind my own flour. I’m not sure why it would have been to moist, but it sounds like you saved the cookies with a little additional flour.

  2. posted by deb dendinger on April 19, 2016

    When I first put the dough on the counter to knead together, I thought these were going to be way to dry but I kept kneading and it turned out fine. The worst thing about these cookies is I’m not sure they are going to make it into the freezer because they are so delicious I just keep grabbing and eating it off the cookie sheet!!! Next time I will at least double the batch!

  3. posted by lmcleod on April 18, 2016

    These are my favorite cookie so far. They remind me of mint brownies. I ground the e-sugar after someone recommended it. The dough was scrumptious and very easy to make.

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