Recipe by Robin
"Cookies filled with mint chocolate candy."
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packed brown sugar
chocolate mint wafer candies
I have been making these cookies for several years now. They become a favorite for everyone who tries them and the last cookies on the tray are always argued over! I used Andes Candies in this recipe. They're really exceptional.
One note - please store these cookies seperately from others you have prepared until they are ready to be served. Other cookies can pick up a slightly minty flavor from being close to them for too long.
I know there aren't many reviews for this recipe, but please take a chance on them - you won't be sorry!
(Oh - and I've never come out with anywhere near 100 cookies from this recipe - probably closer to 3-4 dozen depending on size.)
this is one of my favorite all time recipes. u will notice that i left out the nuts as my these were made especially for my youngest daughter and she is not that fond of nuts. so to give these a nicer presentation i opted to bake them in a cup in a mini muffin pan and push the mints, broken in half down in the center of the cookies while still very warm! everyone who got them went nuts for them!! this recipe is also a hit in my book for several additional reasons- it is a great recipe for making ahead (weeks at least that i know of) and baking later, for baking, storing (again at least 3 weeks) and making trays later, this one recipe with just a 1/2 c cocoa powder added and peanut butter cups in place of the mints is another of my regulars for holiday trays,and the cookies are great for packing and shipping!! i'll be passing this down to my children with 5 stars!!! 12/13 also u can also in a blender of food proccesor put 3/4 cup chips any flavor (chocolate is my fav) and process into fine bits, mix in, chill for 2 hr, shape dough into 1" balls roll in flaked coconut and bake at 375 for 8-10 min till set and edges begin to brown for chocolate cocnut chews and last but not least, chill dough make 1" balls and roll half in colored sugar then bake and they are festive crackle cookies!! love this recipe!!!!!!!
These were a big hit at our Christmas gathering. The Andes mints were perfect for the middle. I would definitly make them again for a party.
I was sooo happy when I found this recipe. it's an oldie and I couldn't find my recipe. These are delicious and kids love them (they may pick off the walnuts though!).
This cookie recipe was a winner in the first Pillsbury Cook-Off in 1949. My mother adopted the recipe for the Christmas Party's since that year. Starlight mints were used and walnut halves where placed on top of the cookie before baking. I have also used colored sugar for holidays. My sons and grandchildren all this cookie today and when brother and sons were in the service this cookie traveled good over sea. This cookie is a keeper.
We have had these cookies for Christmas as long as I can remember. They stopped making the original mint wafers but have found the chocolate mint UFO's at Trader Joe's to be almost exactly like the originals. Family fave. If you like mint these are perfect for you! Question - why is dough so sticky even after refrigerating for several hours?
I've been looking for this recipe for many years. My mother made it in the 50's. Thanks, Robin. Now I can pass it on to my grandchildren. It's just as I remembered it...delicious!
I LOVE READING THE REVIEWS ON SOMETHING THAT I HAVE NEVER TRIED SO THIS WAS ADDED TO RECIPE BOX WITHOUT GIVING IT A SECOND THOUGHT ABOUT KEEPING BECAUSE OF THE POSITIVE REVIEWS RE TASTE AND MEMORIES. HOWEVER... :) IS IT LIGHT OR DARK BROWN SUGAR???? SO MANY RECIPES DO NOT SPECIFY. I AM GIVING THIS 5 STARS JUST BECAUSE WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID AND IN MY ANTICIPATION OF BAKING THESE COOKIES; I WOULD NOT WANT TO RUIN THE 5 STAR RATING.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Starlight Mint Surprise Cookies
Serving Size: 1/96 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 96
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 40
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