If you are someone who enjoys mint + chocolate + cookies + more chocolate + more mint…. well, you are going to love this Frozen Mint Chip Chocolate Dessert! This recipe is a mint chocolate lover’s dream! Yep, and you can also make it gluten free, so it’s a definite win-win!
The recipe starts with a bottom crust made from crushed mint cookies. Next, the crushed cookie layer is topped with a layer of softened chocolate ice cream, then another layer of softened mint chip ice cream.
Next comes a layer of hot fudge sauce and a final layer of freshly whipped cream; garnished with chopped Andes Chocolate candies.
It’s always fun to serve delicious desserts on prettydessert plates, so I borrowed pretty vintage dessert plates from my mother. I think the green color in the glass plates goes splendid with the colors of this dessert!
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