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Thin Mint Cookie Goodness

It’s time to share a highly unhealthy recipe.  But it’s so good that it just might be worth it!  This recipe comes from Toned Twenties, who has unreal recipes and fitness tips.  Welcome, my friends, to Thin Mint Cookie Brownies!

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Start with a base layer of brownies – let’s all be honest and say that boxed brownies are the easiest, and usually tastiest, way to go. Prepare the brownies as directed on the box, but I’d recommend adding a few chocolate chips to the mix for good measure.


For the second layer, break apart thin mint cookies into crumbles and spread evenly. Whether these are thin mint cookies from your local Girl Scouts, or any generic, the key is to have a fudge, mint cookie that will melt well into the other flavors.

The final layer is the uber tasty fudge layer. Melt a can of sweet and condensed milk with a package of chocolate chips, and make sure that they’re mixed evenly. While the mixture is still warm pour over the thin mint brownie layers.

And your done.  Enjoy.  But really.  Try not to enjoy, I dare you.

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Do you have any sweets that lead you to break your healthy eating plan?  But seriously… make these.  How good are they?

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  • Reply nilzeitung

    Schokoladentorte – so geht’s Schritt für Schritt – schokoladentorte-zutaten
    Schokoladentorte – Zutaten für 16 Stücke:

    Chocolate cake – How to Step by step – chocolate cake ingredients
    Chocolate cake – Ingredients for 16 pieces:
    8 eggs (Gr. M), 200 g sugar, 1 packet of vanilla sugar, 160 g flour, 1 heaped teaspoon baking powder slightly, 1 level tbsp cocoa, 6 leaves of white gelatine, 200 g marzipan raw mass, 150 g white chocolate, possibly . 4 tablespoons of brandy, 250 g + 250 g whipped cream, 400 g dark-chocolate, 2 tablespoons hazelnut brittle, wax paper, plastic wrap, 1 disposable piping bag or small freezer bag

    8 Eier (Gr. M), 200 g Zucker, 1 Päckchen Vanillin-Zucker, 160 g Mehl, 1 leicht gehäufter TL Backpulver, 1 gestrichener EL Kakao, 6 Blatt weiße Gelatine, 200 g Marzipan-Rohmasse, 150 g weiße Kuvertüre, evtl. 4 EL Weinbrand, 250 g + 250 g Schlagsahne, 400 g Zartbitter-Kuvertüre, 2 EL Haselnuss-Krokant, Backpapier, Frischhaltefolie, 1 Einmal-Spritzbeutel oder kleiner Gefrierbeutel

    May 19, 2015 at 3:11 pm
  • Reply Snapshotsincursive

    Wow. This is a winner! Nom. Nom.

    May 19, 2015 at 6:51 pm
  • Reply Brittany

    Ohhh dear lord. Yum.

    May 19, 2015 at 9:43 pm
  • Reply Whisked Away

    I have her recipe pinned to try, but now I’m thinking I need to make them like RIGHT NOW! Too good to resist.

    May 20, 2015 at 2:26 am
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