• Makes 10
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients
  • Love

These Mint Slice Sandwiches are a decadent little treat that bring to life two favourites if you’re a MINT fan!

3 ingredients, 3 steps and not much more than 3 minutes to make.

Have fun & Enjoy!

Nikki Hills | MoM Founder & Food Editor

Ingredients (makes 10 pieces approx)

  • 6 - 8 Arnott's Mint Slice biscuits
  • 100g Cream Cheese (use block cream cheese not spreadable)
  • 200g Pack of Mint Slice chocolates (the old fashioned ones in individual wrappers)


  1. Place the Mint Slice biscuits into your food processor and blitz until they resemble fine breadcrumbs. Place the crumb mixture into a flat bowl or small tray.
  2. Slice the cream cheese with a sharp knife into slices approx 1/2cm thick, place between 2 Mint Slice chocolates and trim the slice of cream cheese to fit.
  3. Dip each edge of your Mint Slice Sandwich into the crumb mixture so that all edges are nicely coated.
  4. Serve (or eat!!) immediately or store in the fridge until ready to serve.

Notes... These Mint Slice biscuits remind me so much of Friday nights when I was little ... Mum & Dad would take us out for Chinese and then while all the adults talked (and talked) the owners would give my brother and I a little pile of Mint Slice chocolates each - the ones that were each wrapped individually!
  • Dad would buy chinese for the family also and we had the mint slices in a wrapper which was very special! Thanks for your recipe,easy and delicious!


  • I am a mint fan! This recipe does look like a little bit of mint slice heaven!


  • So funny your reminder of individually wrapped mint slices at the (of their era) very exciting and fancy family night out venue if Chinese! We used to enjoy these too – such a simple thrill for kids. So simple. Thanks.


  • I love mint slices and I am sure I will love this too!


  • These sound yummy and so easy to make.


  • Nikki these sound utterly yum. Great pic too


  • i don’t mind mint in things, especially with chocolate! yummo! cheers for this great recipe!


  • Yummy. Mint for after dinner.


  • I love the taste of mint so think i might try this recipe


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