November 16th, 2012

Thin Mint Cookie Bark

For those of you already planning your holiday cookie trays and neighborhood gift giving- have I got the perfect solution for you!  A fast and easy {only 2 ingredients} cookie bark that tastes amazingly like the Girl Scout Thin Mints we all know and love!

Have you seen these new baking chips from Nestle – a combination of dark chocolate and mint?  {Brilliant}  When I first spotted them on the holiday baking display and knew they had loads of potential.

Nestle has a recipe for Magic Mint Chocolate Bark on the back of the package which consists of just melting the chips and sprinkling with almonds . . . but I had visions of thin mints in my head, so instead I melted the chips on a layer of chocolate cookies.  The results were amazing . . . Don’t you love it when a plan comes together!

This cookie bark is so easy, and easy is always good at this time of year.  You can make a batch to add to your cookie trays, or it’s perfect to package up for fast and easy holiday giving!




Thin Mint Cookie Bark


chocolate graham crackers

2 packages  (1o oz) Nestle Winter baking chips


Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

Line a 10 x 15 baking sheet pan with tin foil.  Lightly spray with cooking spray.  Cover the pan with a layer of chocolate graham crackers.  Spread 2 bags of Winter baking chips on the graham crackers.  Place in oven for 2-3 minutes or until the chips are shiny.  (Note- if they don’t easily swirl they are not completely melted.  Return to the oven for another minute.)

Remove from oven to a wire rack.  With the tip of a knife immediately swirl morsels.  (Don’t over do it or you’ll lose the green).

Allow to cool completely or refrigerate for about an hour.

Remove cookie bark from pan using the foil.  Break into pieces and enjoy!


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26 Responses to “Thin Mint Cookie Bark”

  1. Oh my wow! I’d love to have you join my Pin Me Linky Party because this is an awesome idea! I’m going to pin it now!

  2. I seriously just bought those! I can’t wait to try this. I love when you find hidden gems

  3. Thanks for linking up to last week’s Pin Me Party! I hope you join us again this week. My hubby is still begging me to make this.

  4. Saw this and immediately started to drool! I love anything mint–just check out my recipes and you will see! It sounds easy and fantastic! I think I may need to borrow it for this years’ neighbor treats! Thank you! (saw you over at Six Sisters!)
    Have a super weekend! Come on over and say hi sometime!

  5. Sounds incredibly yummy! Can’t wait to give it a try!

  6. I love those baking chips too!!! What a fun idea to swirl them on chocolate graham crackers. Perfect for the holidays!!! Pinning:-)

  7. Hi there. The current Food on Friday is all about Christmas! It would be great if you linked in any Xmas favourites you have. This is the link . Have a good week.

  8. So yummy and easy! Thank you!

  9. thanks for linking this in. Cheers

  10. I have got to find these chips! This reminds me of the Andes Mints (my favorite) but so much better!

  11. You had me at mint: I’m so pinning!
    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe and the delicious photo’s!

    hugs x

  12. Oh boy. These look dangerous!! I just pinned to make for Christmas, can’t wait to try them! I love your blog! New follower here! 😉 I hope you’re having a great start to your week!

    ~Jen @ Yummy-Healthy-Easy

  13. i cannot use the mint chips can i use regular semi sweet chips w mint extract? If so do you have suggestion on extract amount?

  14. Ah just realized the chips are white i will figure this out!!

  15. Aviva – the chips I used are green and brown. Here’s a link to another blogger who couldn’t get the Nestle Winter mix so she modified our recipe …

  16. those sound amazing

  17. Would like to receive your new recipes!

  18. Would like to receive your new receive your new recipes!….thank you!

  19. This recipe sounds amazing!

  20. If I make these now — wrap them well and keep cool – will they still be good for Christmas? Thank you!

  21. Joanna- wow, it’s never lasted more than a few days at my house! I would recommend storing it a week at most…once the chocolate has melted it tends to crackle and not look as pretty.

  22. Just wanted to let you know I recreated your recipe and featured it on my blog today. I linked up your post! Have a Merry Christmas!

  23. This was AWESOME!!! Happy me, Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies – All Year Long 🙂

  24. Wow. No better occasion was reserved for the words: NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM

  25. Where do I buy chocolate graham crackers? Are they chocolate or chocolate covered?

  26. I just bought chocolate graham crackers at WalMart- Honey Maid Brand. I know Kroger has a store brand also. They are not chocolate covered, they are just a chocolate cookie that look just like regular grahams. Look for them with the regular Graham Crackers.


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