- Combine flour, baking soda, salt, white sugar, butter or margarine, brown sugar, eggs and vanilla. Combine and mix at lowest speed until dough forms.
- Drop by scant teaspoons 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheets. Press candy wafer on top of each - mold dough sides up around mint. Cover with scant teaspoons of dough. Top each with walnut half.
- Bake at 375 degrees F (190 degrees C) for 9-12 minutes.
- Partner Tip
- Reynolds® parchment can be used for easier cleanup/removal from the pan.
Per Serving: 93 calories; 4.4 13 1 9 41 Full nutrition
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I have been making these cookies for several years now. They become a favorite for everyone who tries them and the last cookies on the tray are always argued over! I used Andes Candies in this...
this is one of my favorite all time recipes. u will notice that i left out the nuts as my these were made especially for my youngest daughter and she is not that fond of nuts. so to give these a...
These were a big hit at our Christmas gathering. The Andes mints were perfect for the middle. I would definitly make them again for a party.
I was sooo happy when I found this recipe. it's an oldie and I couldn't find my recipe. These are delicious and kids love them (they may pick off the walnuts though!).
This cookie recipe was a winner in the first Pillsbury Cook-Off in 1949. My mother adopted the recipe for the Christmas Party's since that year. Starlight mints were used and walnut halves where...
We have had these cookies for Christmas as long as I can remember. They stopped making the original mint wafers but have found the chocolate mint UFO's at Trader Joe's to be almost exactly like...
I've been looking for this recipe for many years. My mother made it in the 50's. Thanks, Robin. Now I can pass it on to my grandchildren. It's just as I remembered it...delicious!
I LOVE READING THE REVIEWS ON SOMETHING THAT I HAVE NEVER TRIED SO THIS WAS ADDED TO RECIPE BOX WITHOUT GIVING IT A SECOND THOUGHT ABOUT KEEPING BECAUSE OF THE POSITIVE REVIEWS RE TASTE AND MEMO...