Total Time
8hrs 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 8 hrs

These come from the Eagle Brand Holiday Magic cookbook. I haven't made these yet but am looking forward to adding them to my gift tins this holiday season. I'm also planning to flatten some and dip them in chocolate like york peppermint patties. Cook time listed is time to let set.


  1. Beat together condensed milk and half of the powdered sugar until blended. Add the flavoring and gradually mix in the remainder of the powdered sugar, beating until stiff.
  2. Roll mixture into 1/2 inch balls and then roll in desired colored sugar. Place on parchment paper and allow to set 8 hours. Store covered at room temperature.
Most Helpful

Sorry, but I thought these were terrible! The texture is all wrong- I found these mints to be too granular. (I think the amount of icing sugar called for is too much.) They were not anything like the creamy party mints I was craving. Bascially this recipe makes two pounds of mint flavoured icing!

panoramajen June 24, 2009

these will be sooo much better than store bought mints. looking forward to making them for my christmas party. ty

cindyloowhoo November 10, 2007

this has been my peppermint candy recipe for years. the addition of the condensed milk makes it creamier and more luscious, in my opinion. sometimes i i change the extracts and use food coloring to reflect the flavor. a easy and wonderful recipe. fyi, it is really wonderful with lemon or wintergreen flavor.

mandabears May 25, 2006