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This grasshopper thin mint bark is flat-out addicting. Minty white chocolate, colored green, with semi-sweet chocolate, topped with crumbled Thin Mint Girl Scout cookies! My goodness my it was like a mint avalanche!
Be careful when adding the peppermint extract. It’s some powerful stuff. A little bit goes a long, long ways. And make sure you let the mixture cool completely before breaking it up. You want it to set really good first.
This is a great bark to serve up around St. Patrick’s day. The perfect thing to drink with grasshopper thin mint bark? A shamrock shake, of course!
For the fall you can’t go wrong with my Halloween bark.
Grasshopper Thin Mint Bark
- Line a baking sheet (approximately 13″ x 18″) with parchment paper.
- Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler (or use a microwave, following the instructions on the package).
- Remove from heat and stir in the mint extract and few drops of green food coloring (more or less, depending on how green you want it).
- Spread evenly out onto the baking sheet. Place into the fridge or freezer until hardened, 15-30 minutes.
- Melt the semi-sweet chocolate chips and pour on top of the green chocolate, spreading out evenly.
- Break the cookies into small pieces and push into the melted chocolate.
- Refrigerate or freeze for 15-30 minutes or until hardened.
- Break into pieces and serve.
- Store up to two weeks in the fridge.
Nutritional values are approximate.