Wedding/Graduation Mints

Elizabeth Lancaster


Not really sure where this recipe originated from, but its been in the family for quite some time, I had these at my High School Graduation, as well as my wedding, I love the taste and they freeze well too, so you can have mints all the time, also, you can make them for any occasion, baby showers, Christmas, even Easter! This is really time consuming, but its totally worth it, so get 2-3 of your closest friends and get cracking on all those mints !!!
The great thing about making your own mints is that you can get the color and shape of your party colors and theme. Enjoy!

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100-150 people


24 Hr 55 Min


No-Cook or Other


8 oz
cream cheese, room temperature(cut up into 4 squares)
1/2 tsp
almond or vanilla extract
add a few drops of food coloring of your choice
1 1/2 c
powered sugar
mints molds, sold at hobby lobby or at michael's

Directions Step-By-Step

Mix all ingredients together with a mixer, add food coloring, until you get the color of your choosing, add flavoring and mix well, turn mixer down to the lowest speed and add powdered sugar 1/2 C at a time.Mix until smooth.
This is where you find out who your real friends are! :p

Roll a ball of mint and dip in sugar, place in the center of the mold and press, pop out mints and place on wax paper to dry, 4-5 days, (flip everyday to dry faster)
Like I said, Very time consuming, but VERY worth it! Enjoy!!

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American