Graduation Mints Recipe For Molds

How To Make graduation mints. Mix first three. Knead Until like pie dough. Add coloring. Can add more powdered sugar if sticky. Roll into small marble sized balls, dip into sugar and press into molds. Makes roughly 240 mints. Last Step: Don't forget to share! Make all your friends drool by posting a picture of your finished recipe on your

Servings: 240
Category: Candies

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Easy recipe and instructions to make mints for graduations, weddings, holidays and other special occasions. The basic ingredients include …

Rating: 2.5/5(125)
Total Time: 30 mins
Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins
1. Mix cream cheese until it is soft in mixer.
2. Add the mint flavoring when the cream cheese is soft. Then add the food coloring of your choice. Remember, this is where you can really customize the mints to your event! Get creative and have fun with it!
3. Start with a little then wait and see how the color turns out. You can always add more food coloring if needed. Mix until the food coloring is evenly dispersed.
4. Gradually begin adding the powdered sugar. Be careful–this step can get messy! You may have to knead the remaining powdered sugar in later when you remove the dough.

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Mix cheese in bowl until soft. Add coloring and flavoring (very slowly -- on high humidity days, it will take less); gradually add the sugar. Mix and knead until it …

Rating: 5/5(8)
Total Time: 3 hrs
Servings: 72
Calories: 24 per serving

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Soften cream cheese. Gradually add powdered sugar until stiff. Start out with an electric mixer. Add flavoring. At the beginning when too thick for mixer, put powdered sugar on table and knead mixture until thick enough to make mints. Dip mold in sugar each time.

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Don’t Have a Rubber Mint Mold? You can still make cream cheese mints! Check out 4 ways to make cream cheese mints. Choosing An Appropriate Mint Mold. Mint molds come in all shapes and are suitable for a variety of occasions: Diplomas for graduation parties; Hearts for Valentine’s Day or wedding anniversaries; A shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day

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Press sugared side into small candy molds; unmold and place on waxed paper. Let stand 1 hour or until dry before storing in airtight containers; refrigerate. May be stored for up to 1 week before serving. Editor's Note: Mints may also be made without molds by placing sugar side up on waxed paper. Flatten with a fork, forming a crisscross pattern.

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Easy Molded Party Mints Recipe. Mix first 4 ingredients. Knead several times. When dough is smooth, roll into a ball and wrap in plastic wrap. Chill 2 hours. Roll into small balls, dip in sugar and press into mold. If mints stick to mold, knead in more powdered sugar. Remove from mold and let dry 1/2 hour. Store in airtight container.

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Whether you are wanting to make some mints for an upcoming wedding, anniversary, baby shower, wedding shower, christening, birthday party, graduation or just to have around for a yummy treat. For your convenience, we have created Cream Cheese Mint Molds in various combination packs.

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The recipe that you guys have been asking for for YEARS! Yup, I’m super prompt like that… 🙂 Whoops! Okay so let’s get right to it. Many of you have called these cream cheese butter mints, wedding mints, baby shower mints, and it’s true, they go by many names.

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How To Make wedding/graduation mints. 1. 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. 2.

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Wedding or Graduation Mints: 2 Tbls. butter or margarine 2 Tbls. shortening (Crisco) 2 Tbls. warm water 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1/4 tsp. mint flavoring (to taste) 2 or more cups powdered sugar : Mix all together with a mixer. Add 2 cups powdered sugar, continue beating. Add more powdered sugar till the dough is not sticky in your hand.

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HOLIDAY MINTS This recipe is very very old and I do not where it is from 6 oz. pkg. cream cheese (room temperature) food coloring (the amount depending on the color you want) 1/4-1/2 tsp flavoring (I used a mint extract flavoring, but you could also do something like lemon extract if you wanted) 4 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar Beat cream cheese until soft …

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These seem to be everyone's favorite holiday candy recipe. Could be the melt in your mouth texture, or perhaps the sweet peppermint taste. Could also be the fact that this is the easiest candy recipe around! If stored in airtight container, these can be frozen for a couple months. These can also be made into pretty shapes by rolling in granulated sugar, pressing into candy

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In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, butter, and powdered sugar. Cream together until well blended. Add in peppermint oil, one drop at a time. Color as desired or leave white. Roll into small balls, and place on wax paper. Use a fork dipped in powdered sugar, to flatten each ball.

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How do you make graduation mints at home?

How to Make Graduation Mints. Step-by-Step. Mix first three. Knead Until like pie dough. Add coloring. Can add more powdered sugar if sticky. Roll into small marble sized balls, dip into sugar and press into molds. Makes roughly 240 mints.

How to make cream cheese mint molds?

Instructions Mix together cream cheese, flavoring, powdered sugar. Start with a 1/8 teaspoon of flavoring and then add more to desired taste. Roll into tiny balls (make a test to determine the size of the ball — each mold is a little different). Coat balls with granulated sugar. Press ball into mold. Immediately flip mold over and release mint.

How do you make mints with sugar and food coloring?

Add desired food coloring and mix well. To make mints, take a marble-sized portion of dough, roll it in granulated sugar, and press into a mint mold. Remove mint by inverting the mint mold. The mint should pop right out. Repeat with remaining dough. Store in fridge until ready to serve.

How do you make mints from dough?

To make mints, take a marble-sized portion of dough, roll it in granulated sugar, and press into a mint mold. Remove mint by inverting the mint mold.

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