8 Reviews

Great, easy mint. I made a trial batch and will now make a few batches to give as gifts. Thanks for a great recipe!

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purpleturtle December 23, 2009

Wonderful, I did use 1/2 tsp. mint extract. Everyone loved these with a star of extra special buttercream icing on top!! *****

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Amy F. August 01, 2009

I tried out this recipe for an upcoming Thanksgiving reception at my daughter's preschool and it worked perfectly! I tinted the mixture orange and used some small cookie cutters to shape them into autumn leaves and pumpkins. I'll be making these again in a few weeks! Thanks a million!!

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BamaBelle30 November 06, 2007

I love this recipe! It's quick and easy. Instead of rolling the "dough" out and using a cookie cutter I put the dough in a small zip lock bag and cut off one corner and squeezed it out and cut it into little pieces onto a plate dusted with powdered sugar. This worked very well. I think they're much better with peppermint extract than with "mint" extract :)

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Homemaker4Him May 17, 2007

Couldn't find any butter flavor extract so they maybe weren't as great as they could have been but they were still really good. Also . . . didn't want to search for a tiny cookie cutter so I just rolled them up rope style and cut them with a knife. Thanks for the recipe.

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ktenille December 09, 2006

absolutely delicious! i was searching for a recipe that matched the flavor of the mints my grandma used to make when i was young and these were perfect! :)

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chefdonatella May 21, 2006

very yummy and easy!

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ChefMema April 28, 2006
Quick and Easy, No Cook Holiday Butter Mints