Step up your cookie game this holiday season with this thin mint cookie recipe.
‘Tis the season for office holiday parties, ugly sweater parties, cookies exchanges, and a million other potluck-style gatherings.
But this year, why not try something different? No one waits all year for you to bring chocolate chip cookies, and no one wants a fourth batch of snicker doodles coming to the party.
Enter: the thin mint cookie recipe.
If you’re like me, then you ate the entire box of Girl Scout Thin Mints within 48 hours of receiving them, and later hated yourself for rushing through the experience and leaving yourself nothing for the third day.
Luckily, this thin mint cookie recipe is here to help you relive that goodness, and to give you something else to bring to that cookie exchange at Donna’s house (because some jack-wagon decided that what everyone needs each holiday season is more cookies).
So, take them to your next potluck, or do what I did. Tell your husband to take them to his office, then eat the entire batch of 16 by yourself when he forgets them at home…
…and then lie about it when he asks where the cookies went (you “gave them away”).
The man had signed up to run a half marathon that day. I wasn’t about to tell him how I’d spent my afternoon.
Whether you share the goodness or hoard it all for yourself, this thin mint cookie recipe is sure to please someone this holiday season. Check out the recipe below, and let me know which cookies you look forward to (or dread) every year in the comments!
[yumprint-recipe id=’1′]Do you have a favorite cookie to bring to a cookie party or other holiday event? How about a least favorite? Sound off in the comments below!