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Girl Scout Cookies! 6 Thin Mint-inspired Treats

There’s something special about the classic Thin Mint Girl Scout cookie that is simply irresistible — which is why these six Thin Mint-inspired desserts are even better than special, they are splendid! From whoopie pie sandwich cookies to a cake that will have you drooling like a basset hound, here are 6 recipes that take all the favorite flavor of a Thin Mint cookie and turn them into a work of art!


  • Thin Mint Cupcakes 1 of 6
    Thin Mint Cupcakes
    Thin Mints. Plus cupcakes. Equals Thin Mint perfection!
    Click for the recipe from Ingredients of a 20 Something
  • Thin Mint Cookies 2 of 6
    Thin Mint Cookies
    These delicious little cookies are easy to make and taste just as good as the real thing.
    Make Thin Mints
  • Thin Mint Brownies 3 of 6
    Thin Mint Brownies
    Hi there. Hello. Can you breathe? It's hard, I know, but try. Because Thin Mint brownies. Whaaat? O.M.Delicious.
    Click for the recipe from Kitchen Runway
  • Thin Mint Cookie Sandwiches 4 of 6
    Thin Mint Cookie Sandwiches
    These beautiful cookie sandwiches make for a truly elegant dessert.
    Click for the recipe from Sweet Anna's
  • Thin Mint Truffles 5 of 6
    Thin Mint Truffles
    Thin Mint truffles are a super-quick way to enjoy all the goodness of Girl Scout cookies!
    Click for the recipe from Cookin' Cowgirl
  • Thin Mint-inspired Cake 6 of 6
    Thin Mint-inspired Cake
    http://cookincowgirl.blogspot.com/2011/12/thin-mint-truffles-and-video.html"> Cookin' Cowgirl
    This Thin Mint cake is as pretty as can be, with all the flavor of the classic cookies baked right in.
    Click for the recipe from I Am Baker

Plus, 8 Girl Scout cookie recipes we love

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