How to Make Homemade Thin Mints
I live with a very talented baker, and it's really quite amazing at this point that I'm not obese. Perhaps you know what I'm talking about: a fresh batch of cookies, or brownies, or apple turnovers comes out of the oven, filling the whole apartment with its delicious aroma, and you just can't help yourself. Somebody has to eat all those delectable cookies, and if that unsung hero must be you, so be it.
For others who aren't as lucky as myself, the joy of fresh-baked treats is a rare one, and they shop for cookies instead, or, if they're a fan of those thin mints that girl guides bring, wait all year for that knock on their door. And then, of course, in what seems to be no time at all, the whole package of thin mints has been devoured. Well, I've got good news for such people: the link below is going to guide you to a recipe for those super addictive treats we all love: chocolate thin mints.
As you know, they're the perfect little dessert; not only are they both addictive and delicious, they're even a little refreshing. Perfect to have with tea or coffee after a nice dinner. They'd also be great to impress any friends you have over. Or, as is perfectly understandable, you might just want to devour them all yourself. Also, if you're looking to get into baking, this isn't a bad recipe by which to practice your craft. It's fairly simple and gives you the option to make these delicious treats gluten-free, so you can include your gluten intolerant friends in the fun if you have any. Anyway, it's time to get cracking on your own irresistible batch of chocolate thin mints.
Now it is time for you to try! The link to the recipe is found on the Leites Culinaria website below.
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