This is a spot on, super easy Girl Scout cookie copy cat recipe! Today I’m showing you How to make Thin Mints with 3 Ingredients…and they’re no bake too!
Who doesn’t love Girl Scout cookies? They aren’t available year round though, so I love creating copy cat recipes to satisfy those cravings anytime they might strike! This recipe couldn’t be any easier. If you like Thin Mints, you will love these!
Who knew that making your own Thin Mints could be so incredibly simple? I think I even like these better than the real things….maybe because I can coat them in an extra thick layer of chocolate if I want to (duh). Or maybe it’s because I can make them in a matter of minutes, anytime I want.
Be warned: This is a very dangerous recipe to have on hand. These Thin Mints are crazy addicting and they are way too easy to make batch after batch after batch…. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
When I made these, I twisted open each oreo and made a separate pile for the plain cookie half and the half with the cream filling. Then I had the genius idea to stick the cream filled halves together to make a double stuffed oreo, homestyle 😉 The plain cookie halves were turned into Thin Mints. Nothing was wasted here!
I hope you give these a try – they are one of my favorite copycat recipes yet!!
Love these recipes and look forward to many more!!!!! Thank you!!! Sweet treats mmmmm good!
Janyce Ottgen says
Please help, I want to make the thin mints for a party but I cannot figure out how to dip the cookie in the chocolate without leaving finger marks in the chocolate… Also, where can I get that brown chocolate…..
Thanks so much for your help
Love thin mints and how awesome that this recipe only uses 3 ingredients!
Vicky Davis says
Been making “double stuff” oreos long before Nabisco started marketing them
Anne-Marie @ This Mama Cooks! On a Diet says
When my son was little, he had eating issues and only liked “slick” foods, so Thin Mints were his favorite. Wish I had this recipe then!
Did you know you can also buy chocolate wafers? They are a bit larger than Oreos but would still work well.
I’ve made this recipe last Christmas for gift baskets but I used Ritz crackers, not Oreo cookies.. Sounds weird but they taste just like thin mints. Everyone gobbled them up!
Chantelle @ thissideofmommyhood.wordpress.com says
These look delicious, and super easy!
they look yummy!
Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction says
This is a dangerous recipe for me to have!
These recipes look INSANE! Love thin mints, so I know I will love those. Thanks for sharing. It actually looks doable and not so tough!
Julianne @ Beyond Frosting says
Umm, homemade Thin Mints. I would be in trouble FOR SURE.
Chandra@The Plaid and Paisley Kitchen says
Who needs those little girls when you have these? Love Love Love!
Thin Mints are my husband’s favorites! I’m so glad to have an easy recipe for them that I can make for him year-round. Pinning this!!
Jocelyn @BruCrew Life says
Ok, now this is a Girl Scout cookie I can get behind. Love how quick and easy these are! And too funny that the past few Sundays we have had similar recipes…today mine just talks about avoiding GS girls
Laura @ Lauras Baking Talent says
Interesting idea to use the oreos for the base of the cookie. Chuckling how you didn’t waste any part of the oreo 🙂