Jennifer’s Mint Brownie Cookies

Jennifer Sessions, a Representative Roosevelt, UT, shared this mouthwatering recipe with us. Whether made for a holiday party or for your family, we think it’ll be a hit!

Treat your family to Brownie cookies topped with homemade mint and chocolate frosting- a treat everyone with a sweet tooth will crave. Top with crumbled Andes Mints, if desired.

Can I change this recipe?

This recipe will make you drool as is, but here are a few easy ways to can change it up:

  1. Top with crumbles Andes Mints for an extra minty twist.
  2. Place a second cookie on top of the frosting for a cookie sandwich.
  3. Make the chocolate frosting thinner, and drizzle it on top rather than spreading it.

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jennifer sessions mint brownie cookies

Brownie cookies topped with homemade mint and chocolate frosting resulting in a treat everyone with a sweet tooth will crave.

Jennifer’s Mint Brownie Cookies


Mint Frosting:

Chocolate frosting:


  1. First, make the cookie dough by creaming together shortening & sugar. Add eggs & vanilla, then slowly add milk.
  2. Stir dry ingredients together & add to wet ingredients. This might need a bit more flour, 1/4+ cups maybe.
  3. Use a Crestware Scoop (#3838) to scoop the dough about 1 inch apart on a Crestware Cookie Sheet (#4020) lined with parchment paper (#1153).
  4. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 10 minutes.
  5. Then, let cool on pan for a few minutes before removing to Crestware Cooling Rack (#1145). Makes around 48-50 cookies
  6. Meanwhile, mix each frosting, adding just a dash of salt to each for best flavor. Add milk or powdered sugar as needed to have a good spreading consistency.
  7. Next, spread cooled cookies with mint frosting and let set up for 10-15 minutes before spreading with chocolate frosting. Enjoy!

Recipe from: Jennifer Sessions


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