It’s that time of year again, Girl Scout cookie time. I bought my boxes a few weeks ago. I love to buy some boxes to eat and I always add a couple of boxes to bake with. I was a Girl Scout until I was 15 years old, so I always like to support the girls. I bought my cookies from a really cute group of Daisys at the mall.
I remember one of my favorite things about selling cookies is when we got to sell them at the mall. While selling the cookies I got to hang out with my friends from Girl Scouts and we got to always eat at the mall, which usually meant a pretzel dog and a slushie. We also always got to wonder around and take a break by looking in the kids jewelry store. Those were good times.
I decided to start my cooking with Thin Mints and make an icebox cake. I have always seen these on Pinterest and thought that they look so good. My icebox cake is layers of Thin Mint cookies, chocolate pudding, and whipped cream. I then drizzled crushed Thin Mints, chocolate chips, and chocolate syrup on top. The Thin Mints don’t get as soggy as if you made this with Oreos, but I really liked the crunchiness of the cookie with the pudding and whipped cream.
This Thin Mint Icebox Cake was so delicious and was such a decadent treat. The best part is that it is really easy to make. I really liked the taste of the Thin Mint cookies with the chocolate pudding and whipped cream. I added some mint extract to my chocolate pudding to make it more of a minty flavor.
When Thin Mints are not in season you can still make this great dessert by using the Grasshopper equivalent or even by using Mint Oreos. This dessert is a great way to make something delicious using Thin Mints and is a great way to buy some extra cookies so that you can support the Girl Scouts. I hope that you enjoy this delicious dessert!
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