Thin mint cookies are covered in a layer of chewy brownie. If you love brownies and you love Thin Mints, you should definitely try these out!
Girl Scout cookie season is here! I get so excited when I see the first signs of Girl Scout cookies and I even make a special trip to the supermarket in the hopes of finding one of their cookie stands stationed in front. The only problem is that once I buy my cookies for the year, I really don’t want to run into them again because I hate saying “No” when they ask me to buy some cookies.
Then I find myself going to the grocery store at really odd hours or waiting for a bunch of people to walk out at the same time so that I can avoid them.
It’s become a tradition for me to make something with the Thin Mints I get every year. This year, I decided to cover them in brownies, combining two delicious things in one. These are super easy to make and you can decorate them however you wish. I originally drizzled some chocolate on top but Mr. K told me that it just looked like snakes were crawling on them (Thanks for the honesty Mr. K…), so I went with some green sprinkles instead.
If you’re looking to create more desserts with Thin Mints, check out these other recipes:
Brownie Covered Thin Mints
- 1 box of your favorite brownie mix and any ingredients required by the brownie mix; you can also make brownies from scratch
- 1 box of Thin Mints
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Thoroughly grease two muffin pans.
- Mix brownie batter according to box instructions. Using a spoon, carefully dip a Thin Mint cookie into brownie batter until it is completely covered in brownie batter. Remove Thin Mint and gently place into a greased muffin tin. Repeat with remaining Thin Mints. If you have leftover brownie batter, you can make individual brownies in your muffin tins after you are done with the Thin Mint Brownies.
- Bake 8-10 minutes until brownie batter is cooked. Let brownies cool and then remove from pan using, using a spatula to loosen the edges. If desired, decorate with sprinkles or frosting before serving.
The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.