Frango Mint Cups

Julie Paasch


In case you don't know what a Frango Mint is, it is creamy smooth chocolate through and through. The Bon Marche in the Seattle, Wa. area made these mints exlusively. Very popular especially around Christmas as gifts. Those that moved away would ask friends to send them some. They are that good. The Bon Marche is now Macy's, so maybe the mints will spread to other parts of the country.


★★★★★ 2 votes

Makes about 12 cups


How to Make Frango Mint Cups


  1. Sprinkle crushed vanilla wafers in the bottom of cupcake cups.
  2. Cream together butter and powdered sugar.
    Add the rest of the ingredients, adding 1 egg at a time.
    Mix thoroughly.
    Pour mixture in cupcake cups.
    Freeze until set.
  3. Garnish.
    In the meantime, melt some semi sweet chocolate. Spread chocolate on clean ivy leaves and refrigerate. When set, just gently peal chocolate away from the leaf.
    Place one leaf on each cup.

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About Frango Mint Cups

Course/Dish: Chocolate Other Desserts
Hashtags: #creamy #mint

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