Mint Sandwiches and Holiday Food Party

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Chocolate Mint Candy; These easy candies are made with layers of chocolate and mint.

Mint Sandwiches from Jen's Favorite CookiesThis December is shaping up to be  an… umm… exciting one.  For lack of a better word.

After spending Thanksgiving recovering from pneumonia, which is, by the way, one of the least pleasant experiences I have ever had, my kids also got sick, my husband left town on a business trip and then my fridge died.

Merry Christmas, right?

I spent my week shopping for refrigerators and not for groceries, and running all my fridge-purchase-decision-questions past Robb over the phone.

Ugh.

And thus, this week’s dessert is simple, easy, and requires no refrigeration.

Mint Sandwiches from Jen's Favorite Cookies

If you haven’t yet, it’s time you met my friends!

I love spending the holidays with my friends, and we love sharing our favorite holiday treats with you.  Check out all the amazing recipes we came up with for this party!

Just click on each photo to jump to the recipes.

Christmas Food Party on Jen's Favorite Cookies

Red Velvet Parfait from Cravings of a Lunatic Cranberry & Brie Bites from Crumb Blog Soft Gingerbread Cookies from Roxana's Home Baking Coconut Spice Cake from Magnolia Days Gingerbread Biscotti from Created By Diane Caramel Biscoff Blossoms from That Skinny Chick Can Bake Mint Sandwiches from Jen's Favorite Cookies White Chocolate Cranberry Layer Cake from Pineapple and Coconut Candy Cane Kiss Brownies from Chocolate Moosey Triple Chocolate Buche de Noel from Girl in the Little Red Kitchen Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle from Hungry Couple NYC Chocolate Pecan Pie Bars from Chocolate, Chocolate, and More

My Grandfather used to give all the girls in the family a box of mint sandwiches for Christmas, so this recipe holds nice memories for me.  To make life easy, I used candy melts like those in the links below.  If you want a nicer quality candy, you could splurge on better quality chocolate.

Either way, these simple candies make such a wonderful and memorable holiday treat!

More simple minty treats you’ll love:

chocolatePeppermint Bark fudge with candy canesPeppermint Fudge chocolate mintMint Popcorn Bark

 

Mint Sandwiches and Holiday Food Party
 
Simple chocolate and mint sandwiches.
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Category: Candy
Ingredients
  • 24 oz. chocolate candy melts
  • 12 oz. green candy melts
  • 1 tsp. peppermint extract
Instructions
  1. Melt 12 oz. chocolate. You can do this on the stove on low or medium heat, or in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each.
  2. Pour melted chocolate onto a sheet pan lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Spread out evenly, and let cool.
  3. Once first layer is set, (about 10-20 minutes) melt green candy for the second layer. Once melted, quickly stir in peppermint extract. Pour over first layer, and spread evenly. Let cool and set.
  4. Melt remaining chocolate candy, and spread over green layer. Let set.
  5. Use a large knife to cut candy into squares.

 chocolate mint candy

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Comments

  1. Oh my! What time you have had since Thanksgiving. At least you have a new fridge now! I love new appliances. Might fine sweet treat sandwiches you have here. I see them being made for many holiday occasions.

  2. I really want to take a big bite out of the screen right now. And, just to be clear, your husband didn’t leave town to avoid getting sick, right? :)

  3. I’m so happy that you are on the mend, you’ve had a rough go the last few weeks! So now, mint sandwiches, essential big Andews mints yes? Good, I’ll take a box please!

  4. Oh my goodness! Sounds like you’ve used up a whole year’s worth of bad luck in a couple of weeks… hopefully that means you’ve got nothing but good karma for the next while!
    Love how easy and fuss-free this recipe is. That way, I can make one batch for gifts and one batch for me to eat all by myself when no one is looking. ;)

  5. Hopefully Christmas goes much better for you! Love these mint sandwiches. I love mint anything.

  6. oh all this minty-yumminess looks like I will have to make these soon!

  7. First of all thanks for hosting lady. This was fun. I love these holiday parties.

    Secondly oh em gee, this is gorgeous. I love mint so this is right up my alley. xx

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