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RecipeNut, this is so delicious. I followed the directions exactly and wouldn't change a thing. Cool and minty. Creamy and luscious. A wonderful dessert for the hot summertime. Thanks :)
I have to admit that I did mine a little bit different, as I made mine sugar-free. I also substituted 1/4 C Creme de Menthe for the mint flavoring and put it into a crust made from sugar-free chocolate sandwich cookies. It was great! Either way you should try this recipe. I will be making this again!
I did only half the whipping cream and powdered sugar, doubled the mint, and used chopped hersheys' kisses. It chilled much more quickly than 3 hours and was delicious!
I crushed a box of thin mint cookies and used a fork to moisten with about 4T melted butter, patted this into the pie pan and froze. The recipe made WAY too much filling for a 9" pie pan in my opinion, but the filling is so tasty I am chilling it along with the pie to serve as a custard!
Such a simple recipe, but very tasty. I made it for an extended family gathering and received lots of compliments. Might try it some time with an Oreo crust too.
This was really yummy and a snap to put together. Took to an early St. Patrick's Day party tonight and it was gone!
FYI, My sister says that MINT flavoring is a combination of peppermint and spearmint. It should give you the true MINT flavor that mint chocolate chip ice cream has. I think ill try this recipe using a little of both mints and see how it turns out. thanks for posting. sounds amazing.
After reading the reviews I used crushed oreos with some butter as a crust. I didn't have the mini chocolate chips so I chopped up some regular ones. This was a wonderfully minty, creamy dessert. A nice change from heavier desserts. We loved it! It was really easy to make too. Thank you for posting this recipe.
Way too much mint! Also it was quite lumpy :[