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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

i can't stop myself!

I stole these from my mom's house, sorry mom! Anyway, i just can't stop eating them. They are so minty cool... thought you'd like to know. I wonder if I could create a yummy dessert out of them? There are probably a billion recipes already out there, maybe I'll do a little internet search. Do you know of any recipes involving Andes Mints?


mama jo said...

you've always loved those...remember how i would buy them for church treats?

Lindsey said...

Yes...Andes mints.

Okay, here's what you do:

Make your fave brownies--even the boxed ones--like Ghirardelli. Take the brownies out a few minutes early and layer unwrapped A.M. on top and put back in the oven. Let them cool and cut into squares.

I could eat the whole pan.

Stephanie said...

do you keep them in the fridge or freezer? that is my favorite. those brownies sound absolutely delicious.

tara said...

I LOVE Andes Mints! They are my favorite! I almost single handedly wipe Olive Garden out of stock when I go. yum.

Caroline said...

Yes... andes.

I make mint chocolate cupcakes once. (I should post the recipe on my blog) they were super good.
Make chocolate cup cakes.
Take vanilla frosting, add mint extract, green food coloring.. frost.. put an andes mint on the top. super fun and cute!

p.s. you saw my blog on modish? where? or did i just make a comment?

Leslie said...

kelly, from the sound of this post, i think you may be on a little andes mint high. :)

Anonymous said...

I have a recipe of Coozy's (somewhere) that does not use Andes Mints, but you actually make them --- as many as you want. I'll look for it and send it to you.

The Mommy Chef said...

My sister in law makes Andes Mint cookies at Christmas .They are soooooo good.Here is the recipe

84 Andes mints candies
3/4 cup margarine
1 1/2 cups brown sugar, packed
2 tablespoons water
1 (12 ounce) package semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 large eggs
2 1/2 cups flour
1 1/4 teaspoons baking soda

Unwrap mints and set aside.
In saucepan, heat and mix margarine, sugar, and water (low heat).
Add chocolate chips and stir to partially melt.
Remove from heat and stir till melted.
Pour into bowl and let cool for 10 minutes.
Beat in eggs at high speed.
Add remaining ingredients and beat.
Chill dough in fridge for about 1 hour.
Preheat oven to 350.
Line baking sheets with foil.
Roll dough into small balls.
Bake approximately 10 minutes.
Place a mint on each cookies as you remove them from the oven and spread.
Refrigerate to harden chocolate and enjoy!

Stie said...

These mints are of the DEVIL they are so good. And now recipes for them...I'm in trouble!

mama jo said...

i made the brownies with andes mints on top...they were a HUGE hit...everyone loved them and they were soooooo easy..thanks for the idea....

Andy said...

I've got to take a moment to compose myself after reading this post. The only thing I love better than an andes mint... Is Andes Mint cheesecake! I'll have to dig around for my recipe.

Rebekah said...

My friend and I went to Olive Garden this week and we were a little disappointed that they only gave us one mint each! For some reason I never buy these though. I guess in my mind they are special restaurant treats, but now I'm reconsidering...

I've had the Andes Mint brownies before and they are sooo good.