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20 Tasty Chocolate Mint Treats for St. Patrick's Day!

I think chocolate and mint is the best kind of flavor pairing for St. Patrick’s Day. Maybe it’s because I’ve always been a huge fan of mint chocolate chip ice cream, or maybe it’s because I think everything should be green on March 17th. Whatever your beliefs, treat yourself to something deliciously minty this St. Patrick’s Day. Whether it be a pie or a cookie or a decadent brownie, the sky is the limit! I think you’ll find me at home baking up mint chocolate treats for my little leprechauns. I might even sneak some into their bags for lunch at school!

 


  • Mint Oreo Stuffed Brownies 1 of 20
    Mint Oreo Stuffed Brownies

    Give your brownies a minty twist by stuffing them with classic mint Oreos for your little leprechauns. You'll be amazed at how easy they are to make!
    Make mint Oreo brownies

    Photo: Brooke McLay

  • Double Dipped Fudge Mint Cake Pops 2 of 20
    Double Dipped Fudge Mint Cake Pops

    It wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without an amazing chocolate mint cake pop tray for your little ones! Make them with Oreo cookie balls inside for a chocolate filling.
    Make double dipped fudge mint cake pops

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream 3 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

    This awesome ice cream is actually made without eggs! I say serve it up for St. Patrick's Day on top of a brownie, and add a swirl of whipped cream.
    Make mint chocolate chip ice cream

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Mint Chocolate Cupcakes 4 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Cupcakes

    These individual vegan cupcakes are full of minty flavor and topped with luscious chocolate frosting. They are perfect for nearly any kind of St. Patrick's Day celebration, including an in-school one!
    Make mint chocolate cupcakes

    Photo: Kathy Patalsky

  • Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Bon Bons 5 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Bon Bons

    Individual ice cream bites are absolutely perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Whip up these tasty treats, and enjoy them on the back patio after the parade!
    Make mint chocolate ice cream bon bons

    Photo: Paula Jones

  • Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies 6 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies

    These tasty St. Patrick's Day cookies are a blast to make with kids and fit perfectly in a lunchbox. They are the soft and easy-to-make chocolate mint treats that everyone can enjoy.
    Make mint chocolate chip cookies

    Photo: Angie McGowan

  • Mint Oreo Mug Brownie 7 of 20
    Mint Oreo Mug Brownie

    In the mood for an individual minty chocolate treat? Try these awesome mug brownies! They come together in just seconds and are a great last-minute treat to put you in the spirit.
    Make mint Oreo mug brownies

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Chocolate Mint Cupcake Truffles 8 of 20
    Chocolate Mint Cupcake Truffles

    Check out these adorable no-bake chocolate mint truffles! They would be just perfect for a little St. Patrick's Day bite.
    Make chocolate mint cupcake truffles

    Photo: Brooke McLay

  • Individual Chocolate Mint Cheesecakes 9 of 20
    Individual Chocolate Mint Cheesecakes

    These gorgeous chocolate topped cheesecakes are perfection for a sweet St. Patrick's Day treat. Serve them up to everyone at your table with a bowl of whipped cream on the side. You'll love the mint flavor and festive appearance!

    Make individual mint chocolate cheesecakes

    Photo: An Edible Mosaic

  • Mint Chip Cookie-tini 10 of 20
    Mint Chip Cookietini

    Oh-la-la! This is the ultimate mint chip treat for Mom. She'll LOVE this minty sip for her St. Patrick's Day celebration. Better yet: invite all her friends over to join in the fun!

    Make mint chocolate cookie-tinis

    Photo: The Snappy Gourmet

  • Chocolate Mint Rice Krispie Treats 11 of 20
    Chocolate Mint Rice Krispie Treats

    The kids will love these! Why not give their favorite treats a chocolate minty twist by making them with chopped mint chocolate candy? This fun, easy recipe is perfect for a slight St. Patrick's Day twist on an everyday favorite.

    Make chocolate mint Rice Krispie treats

    Photo: Miss in the Kitchen

  • Dark Chocolate Mint Cheesecake Brownies 12 of 20
    Dark Chocolate Mint Cheesecake Brownies

    These brownies are over-the-top chocolate mint awesomeness. Everyone will adore how the rich chocolate tastes. Slather them with a generous mint topping, and you've got a St. Patrick's Day dessert that is hard to beat.

    Make dark chocolate mint cheesecake brownies

    Photo: Miss in the Kitchen

  • Mint Chocolate Sandwich Cookies 13 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

    These cookie sandwiches take on a festive appearance with the addition of green sprinkles. The mint filling pairs perfectly with the chocolate chip. Try to dig up some shamrock cookie cutters, and have fun making these with your kids.

    Make chocolate mint sandwich cookies

    Photo: Keep it Sweet Desserts

  • Mint Oreo Icebox Cake 14 of 20
    Mint oreo Icebox Cake

    This incredibly awesome Oreo pie is bound to be the hit of your St. Patrick's Day party. The colorful green filling makes it bright and festive, and the chocolate and vanilla layers make it a truly decadent dessert. One bite will be plenty!

    Make chocolate mint Oreo icebox pie

    Photo: Life, Love and Sugar

  • Mint Candy Bark 15 of 20
    Mint Candy Bark

    This homemade candy bar is perfect for a sweet nibble on St. Patrick's Day. It is like your favorite store-bought peppermint patty only with a festive green filling. Make a big tray and break into shards, then serve it in bowls around your house during your St. Patrick's Day party.

    Make Peppermint Patty bark

    Photo: Lemons for Lulu

  • Mint Chocolate Buttercream Bites 16 of 20
    Mint chocolae chip buttercream bites by love from the oven

    These tasty bites are the best kind of mint chocolate desserts when you only want one or two bites. They are a snap to put together  and are really fun to make with kids!

    Makes mint chocolate chip buttercream bites

    Photo: Love from the Oven

  • Buttercream Frosting Pops 17 of 20
    Frosting Pops by Love from the Oven

    These chocolate mint pops are such fun to serve up at a St. Patrick's Day party. They are a snap to make. Try to find the green and white straws if you can — they really make them so festive.

    Make mint chocolate buttercream pops

    Photo: Love from the Oven

  • Skinny Mint Chocolate Milkshake 18 of 20
    St. Patricks Day Skinny Milkshake Creamy Mint Chocolate Chip

    If you want all the flavor of mint and chocolate without the crazy calories make this milkshake. It is smooth and chilly with all the satisfying mint-chocolate flavor you want. It is the perfect St. Patrick's Day pick-me-up!

    Make skinny mint chocolate milkshake

    Photo: Will Cook for Smiles

  • Mint Chocolate Brownie Bites 19 of 20
    Mint Chocolate Brownie Bombs

    These delectable bites are everything you want them to be — rich brownies with mint frosting stuffed in the middle. They are perfect for kids and adults alike. Make them in advance and take them to parties or add one to a lunchbox for a special treat.

    Make mint chocolate brownie bombs

    Photo: Wine and Glue

  • Chocolate Mint Oreo Cookies 20 of 20
    Mint oreo Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Ever wanted to combine your two favorite cookies into one? Here, the classic mint oreo and chocolate chip cookie get married to make the ultimate chocolately treat you can't wait to dunk in milk.

    Make chocolate mint Oreo cookies

    Photo: I Heart Eating

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