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How to Make Chocolate Covered Mint Leaves

 Making chocolate covered mint leaves is super easy!

 We have had mint growing in our flower beds in our last two homes. I love having it near the door so I can smell the fresh fragrance whenever I come and go.

Another thing I love about the mint leaves is how easy it is to pick a hand full to garnish iced tea glasses or to dip in chocolate as a garnish for dessert. It is a quick and easy way to pretty up a table.

How to make chocolate covered mint leaves:

  1. Pick a few leaves.
  2. Melt some chocolate.
  3. Dip  the leaves.
  4. Lay them on wax paper and put them in the freezer for a few minutes to harden.
  5. Garnish your dessert plates.

 

 

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Comments

  1. What a fun idea! I’ve never tried that…I might just have to find me some mint!
    Thanks so much for hosting!
    ~Liz

  2. Oh those look delicious and fresh, MMMMM I love chocolate and mint, one of God’s best creations ever!

  3. Now I have something fun to do with all that mint we’re growing! Thank you.

    And, for the first time ever, I got to link up a tutorial! Not mine, but it is my friend’s 14-yr old daughter making a Cherry Pie. That counts, right?

  4. Hey Connie, I was wondering if you still sold your oil cloth aprons? If so, I’d really like to buy one :) Thanks! -Miche http://www.coordinatedchaos.com

  5. Love this idea, Connie. I need to get a mint plant!

  6. Ooh, what a great idea! I love anything chocolate and mint. :D

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