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Dark Chocolate Drizzled Mints

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  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 7 minutes
  • Total Time: 12 minutes
  • Yield: 1 tin mints


You’ll love this creative Dark Chocolate Drizzled Mints Recipe! Delicious! A great holiday gift idea to share with your friends!


  • Altoids, or butter/pastel mints
  • dark chocolate chips (or other favorite chocolate chips, or almond bark)


  1. Lay out the mints on a piece of wax paper, parchment, or aluminum foil.
  2. In a double boiler or (carefully!) in a microwave, heat the chocolate chips until they are melted and thinned out. (If the chocolate is too thick, add in a few teaspoons of shortening until it reaches your desired consistency.) Then use a fork to drizzle it over the mints. Let the mints cool before removing.


  1. You can certainly use Altoid tins for this project. Or, to save a little cash and also have plain silver-colored tins (without the colorful Altoids label), order a batch of “hinge-top metal tins” online here or here. I then just cut out scrapbook paper to fit the top and attached it with sticky mounting squares. (Be careful if you use glue, as it can wrinkle the paper.) Then used silver stickers to spell out names (or a greeting) on the front. You can also attach a tiny mirror to the inside of the lid, or write in a fun quote or note if you’d like!

Other fun ideas for the tins might be:

  1. filling with little glass-pebble magnets (a cute gift idea, since the magnets stick to the metal!)
  2. creating a “first date kit” for a friend (lip gloss, a tiny mirror, and mints!)
  3. filling with gum, candy, or mints
  4. holding credit cards, gift cards, photos, etc.