Put that packet of biscuits down and make yourself the BEST mint slice cookies you will ever experience. Trust us these have been our biggest hit to date! Feedback has been so overwhelming we've been requested to make them up and sell them as fresh baked cookies! You make them and tell us what you think.
You will need:
1 x Soulfull Tribe Choc Chunk Cookie mix
For the Mint patty:
2 1/2 cups powdered icing sugar (sub for powdered xylitol if sugar free)
1 tbsp honey or agave nectar
1 tbsp water
1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 tsp peppermint extract
For the chocolate coating:
400g dark chocolate
- 1/4 cup coconut oil
- Mix up your Soulfull Tribe cookie mix according to the directions. Pre-heat your oven and chop your choccy in smaller chunks as we are making itty bitty bite size cookies.
- Roll teaspoon size portions of the dough into balls and press onto a lined tray - flatten slightly with your hand. We made 24 this time so use that as a guide as the cookies rise and spread when cooking. You will be surprised at how many you can make from one pack!
- Pop your cookies into the oven and bake for approx 15 - 18 minutes. Because they are smaller they may not need 18 mins. Pull them out as soon as they are very slightly browned and a little crunchy on the edges but still soft in the middle as they will firm upon cooling - never overcook! Pop them in the fridge to cool completely.
- Meanwhile make your mint patty mix. Use a spoon to beat together your ingredients. Pop in the fridge to fir up and then roll them into 24 even size balls. Pop them back int he fridge while your cookies cool completely.
- Melt your chocolate and coconut oil and stir together until well combined.
- Take cookies and balls of icing out of fridge. Press balls of icing and shape onto the top of each cookie. Then dunk each cookie, carefully submerging in the melted choc mix using a couple of forks. Then suspend the choc coated cookie over your bowl of choc mix until there are no more drips and then pop on a tray lined with parchment paper. Repeat until all cookies are coated.
- Pop them in the fridge and store in an airtight container for the rest of the week (not that we think they will last that long around hungry humans!)
It's SOUL good <3