Mint Trivia Recipe Oreo + Andean Mints

Mint Trivia Recipe Oreo + Andean Mints


This mint snack is a delicious, cool, layered dessert made from chocolate cake, mint cream filling, Oreo and the Andes!

Trifles is one of the most visually appealing desserts, perfect for feeding people. For more gadgets, please check Candy Bar Cake or Angel Cake Cake.

Cool, mint hospitality

I like cool desserts in summer! ! There is nothing better than eating something sweet and cool on a hot summer day! Don’t you agree? ?

In addition to the cool hospitality, I also like the little things! They are very beautiful and simple, and usually look like a million dollars stacked on top of each other. Today’s recipe is very cool, chocolate and mint snacks, I will tell you now, it is as delicious as it looks!

This is another recipe that kids also need help, which is always more interesting. They like to layer everything and even help crush Oreos.

If you want to change everything with cool mint and chocolate desserts this summer, I will definitely try this mint gadget.

How to make

cake. First make a chocolate cake in a 9×13 pan according to the instructions on the back. When finished, let it cool completely, then cut into 1 – 1½ inch cubes. Set aside.

filling. Stir the pudding mixture and milk in a large bowl to make mint filling. After mixing, add mint syrup/flavoring, food coloring and everything else except 1 cup cold whip. Stir well. Set aside.

Oreo. Add Oreo to a gallon bag and crush. I used a rolling pin to break them apart.

Floor. Start layering the dessert by adding half of the cake cubes at the bottom. Then add half of the mint filling and half of the crushed Oreo. Add the rest of the cake cubes, mint filling, and then Oreo.

optimal. Put the last cool whip and chopped Andes on it.

chill. Chill for at least 1-2 hours before serving.

Mint Trivia Recipe Tips

  • You can use your favorite chocolate cake recipe or even buy pure chocolate cake from a local bakery instead of using boxed cake mix.
  • Make sure the pudding you buy is INSTANT, otherwise it will not be set up correctly.
  • Use regular cream or mint Oreos. Do not remove the center before crushing them.
  • You can use 1-2 teaspoons of pure mint or mint extract instead of mint syrup/flavoring.
  • Make homemade whipped cream instead of using Cool Whip.
  • Brownies are also a good choice, not cakes.

Advance and store

This mint trifle can Up to 1 day in advance All assembled together. Just cover it and store it in the refrigerator.

If you want to make it more than 1 day in advance, I will definitely prepare cakes and fillings, but Store them separately. Then put them together on the day of serving. Do not prepare it 3 days in advance because the filling may become runny.

Cover and Shop Leftovers in the refrigerator are up to 3 days.

For more mint snacks, try:

Course dessert

American cuisine

Preparation time 10 minutes

30 minutes cooking time

Cool down for 1 hour

Total time 1 hour 40 minutes

10 servings

Calories 500 kcal

Author Little Luna

  • 1 box of chocolate cake mix plus the ingredients on the back
  • 6.6 ounces vanilla pudding mix or white chocolate pudding mix
  • 3 cups milk
  • 2-3 drops of peppermint syrup or candy flavoring
  • Food coloring
  • 1 small container of cool whip
  • 1 pack of Oreo
  • 15 mint candies, chopped
  • First make a chocolate cake in a 9×13 pan according to the instructions on the back.

  • When finished, let it cool completely, then cut into 1 – 1½ inch cubes. Set aside.

  • Stir the pudding mixture and milk in a large bowl to make mint filling. After mixing, add mint syrup/flavoring, food coloring and everything else except 1 cup cold whip. Stir well. Set aside.

  • Add Oreo to a gallon bag and crush. I used a rolling pin to break them apart.

  • Start layering the dessert by adding half of the cake cubes at the bottom. Then add half of the mint filling and half of the crushed Oreo.

  • Add the rest of the cake cubes, mint filling, and then Oreo.

  • Put the last cool whip and chopped Andes on it.

  • Chill for at least 1-2 hours before serving.

  • Please enjoy!

The recipe is adapted from Betty Crocker.

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