Is everyone ready for holiday cookie baking? I sure am. Can't wait til next Saturday morning...I'm going to make oodles of cookies to nosh on over the holiday break. My kids are so excited to help me in the kitchen.
Since one of their favorite flavors of ice cream is Mint Chocolate Chip, I thought I'd research how many different kinds of holiday cookies, bars, fudges, candies, etc that one could make for the holidays. So here's the result of that research!
Have fun with your kiddos making and eating all these mint chocolate yummies. You can find more fun ideas like these on my Pinterest Board called The Cookie Exchange. This is a board I have with 15 of my mom blogger friends, and we've put all our favorite cookies in there for you.
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Check out Mint and Chocolate Holiday Treats
by Lea Ann Stundins at Foodie.com
This collection of 13 mint and chocolate holiday treat ideas includes:
Cookies with Candy Cane Buttercream
Peppermint Crunch Drops
Chocolate Dipped Creme de Menthe Marshmallows
White Trash Candy
Candy Cane Oreo Peppermint Bark
Toasted Marshmallow Hot Cocoa Cookies
Low Carb Gluten Free Thin Mints
Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cookies
Flourless Fudge Chunk Cookies
Peppermint Kisses Cookies
Peppermint Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies
I hope you have fun making holiday treats with your kids, with one of these interesting recipes. If you've got a neato cookie recipe that your kids love, please leave a link in the comments, so we can all share! Download the Foodie app here and you can find lots of interesting recipes collected by bloggers like me, and the Foodie editors!
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