Of course, not all is bad:
I wrote about the state of
the Thin Mint two years ago. I promised an all-natural Thin Mint
recipe for you. It took me two years, but as promised, here it is
… No shortening, no trans-fats from partially hydrogenated
vegetable oils, no weird,
processed cake mix cookies—just good old-fashioned butter,
cocoa, vanilla, sugar, chocolate, whole grain flour! and peppermint
turned into delicious, thin minty goodness.
Recipe—homemade and all-natural
These are one of my favorite cookies (and for the last few years we've
bought an entire case of 'em and stored 'em in the freezer so we
could have delicious Thin Mint Goodness all-year round) but an actual
There's only one down side …
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