With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner I’m always looking for delicious, fun, and festive recipes. That’s why I’m excited about this Chocolate Mint Bark recipe. It’s simple and is ready in just a few steps. I love the holiday color and that it incorporates both Thin Mints, M&M’s, pretzels, and chocolate. A wonderful combination!
This recipe is sure to be a big hit for St. Patrick’s Day and for anyone who enjoys chocolate and mint mixed together and sweet and salty treats. It’s got the best of both worlds and is a festive and fun recipe that’s sure to get a lot of smiles. I like that this is one recipe that won’t take a lot of time, is full of flavor, and is the perfect treat to enjoy after school or for a party.
- 15 Thin Mint type cookies, broken into pieces (I used the Keebler mint cookies)
- 1 C. Mint M&M’s
- 1 ½ C. broken pretzel pieces (I used small round pretzels, but small stick would be good too)
- 1 lb. Wilton Milk chocolate
- Green & White sprinkles
- Line a 9×13 baking sheet with wax paper or foil.
- Spread the broken cookies, ¾ C. of the Mint M&M’s and the broken pretzel pieces onto the lined cookie sheet.
- Melt the Milk chocolate in a microwave safe dish stirring every 30 seconds until melted. Let cool 1-2 minutes.
- Poor the melted chocolate evenly over the cookie, M&M and pretzel mixture. Spread out with a spatula if needed.
- Before the mixtures ‘sets’ sprinkle the remaining Mint M&M’s and the green and white sprinkles on top.
- Place cookie in the fridge to set for 15 minutes or so.
- Remove and break into smaller pieces
courtney hennagir says
This looks so festive and yummers! I can’t to make it with my son!
Sarah C says
This is great. I have been looking for fun things to do for or with the kids for the holidays coming up. Thanks.
Cynthia R says
this looks delcious and so pretty with the green. Definitely going to give it a try!
Alana Vester says
This looks yummy! I think my kids would enjoy making this for their friends.
Maureen G says
What a colorful and tasty recipe. It will be easy to make too.
Ohhh that looks good!! I bookmarked this to try. Lol going to add it to my grocery budget. I think the kids would love it. Easy to change up for each holiday too!
Leslie Kiley says
So fun for st. Paddy’s day! Love the green!
Cindy T. says
Cute recipe for St. Patrick’s Day. This will be fun for my niece & nephews to make when they come over. :)
Donna L says
This recipe look delicious and so easy to make.
Debbie Welchert says
Boy this sounds and looks delicious. I know my grandchildren don’t like mint so I think I will make the mint for the adults and plain chocolate for the kids. Yummy!
Lisa G says
Minty and yummy!! I am going to print this! After all I am half Irish and I do love chocolate and mint!! Great recipe!
Bill Elliott says
What a great idea and recipe. This will be a big hit for my Son’s St Patrick’s Day
Party he holds. Thank you for the great post.
shelly sawicki lash neuhouser says
The colors are so cute and it sounds good!
Ellen B says
looks yummy – maybe I’ll try this with my granddaughter when she visits
Heather Hayes Panjon says
This Looks Delicious, My Family Would Enjoy This! Thanks For The Recipe!
Ok this looks super delish and I must say pretty too. Thanks for sharing this recipe I have to make this one.
Michelle C says
This looks yummy and festive! I love that it can be changed up to match any color theme…
Starr Greenwell says
Om my..this looks absolutely delicious. I for sure will have to try this. Thank you so much for sharing the great recipes:)
Amanda Sakovitz says
This looks so amazing! I would love to make this for St Pats!
Looks so yummy! Thank you for the recipe
i like a Green & White sprinkles :)
Becky J. says
This looks delish and easy! I am going to make this for sure!
Dee S says
I love the sweet and salty combo. It’s pretty, too!
This looks so yummy and easy to make. I love the idea. I pinned it:)
Ooooooo…can’t wait to make this! Looks so yummy!
Janet W. says
I’m really going to have to make this recipe!! I love anything with mint and chocolate! Delicious!