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Old 09-19-2007, 11:49 AM   #4
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Re: cheap alternative to freezer Thin Mints?

Check out the candy section @ the dollar general-they might have some cheap thin mints. If not, heres some homemade ones (recipes):

you could prob make a bunch and freeze them. Mmmmmm and homemade choc thin mint ice-cream:


3 quarts whole milk
2 cans sweetened condensed milk
1 cup sugar
1 pkg. white chocolate instant pudding
3/4 tube of thin mint cookies
Rock salt

Mix all ingredients but salt and ice. Put into the container and close it tightly. Put this container into a larger one and add a mixture of ice and salt in layers. Turn it, shake, rattle, or roll it until ice cream is frozen. Quit and let it sit for a few minutes to freeze up completely. Then enjoy.

Recipe can be made in ice cream maker, two Ziplocs (1 quart and 1 gallon), or two coffee cans (1 1-lb. can and 1 3-lb. can. Recipe makes one recipe for ice cream maker, three recipes for Ziplocs, or two recipes for the coffee cans.!497.entry
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