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Frozen Mint Patties

Frozen Mint Patties

This was found off of another website, however I am not the one whom found it and therefor do not know who the credit goes to for these DELICIOUS little buggers. They taste like Andes Candies!

Frozen Mint Patties

1 pkg. (envelope) unflavored gelatin (0g)
1 tbs. boiling water - (0g)
1 c. heavy whipping cream (0g)
1 oz. cream cheese (1g)
3 drops mint or peppermint extract (?g)
10 packets splenda (10g)
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract (1g)
1 oz. unsweetened chocolate, melted (2g)
* We used 1 packet of Nestle Choco Bake, Premelted, unsweetened
chocolate flavor. (2g)

Soften gelatin in the boiling water. Add all ingredients into a blender and blend well.
Chill for 10 minutes and spoon onto parchment (wax) paper and freeze.
Pack in an airtight container.

Servings 20

Entire Batch 14 grams

Individual Mints are .7g each

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