Mint Chip Cookietini, an easy chocolate mint cocktail recipe with Pinnacle cookie dough vodka and chocolate vodka, creme de menthe, and milk/cream. It’s like a Thin Mint shot in a martini glass. Top the chocolate chip cookie dough martini with some chocolate whipped cream and chocolate shavings or Thin Mint cookie crumbs.
Mint Chip Cookietini, easy St. Patrick’s Day cocktail recipe for you today! Everyone ready for St. Patrick’s Day? Getting all the green clothes, food, drinks, etc. ready? My first St. Patrick’s day idea for this year was a “bust” so will have to try it again next year. In the meantime, how about a Mint Chip Cookietini? This mint cocktail recipe makes one large drink or 2 smaller drinks. It would also be cute in shot glasses or mini glasses for a Thin Mint shot!
Lots of variation ideas, so read on! Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my Irish friends! If you’re looking for another St. Patrick’s Day idea check out my Green Velvet St. Patrick’s Dipped Cupcakes. For my not-so-Irish friends, don’t worry, I have some snacks, dinner recipes, and lots of other not-so-green things coming up in the next few weeks!
Wasn’t sure what to call this cocktail. Thought about calling it Thin Mint Martini, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Martini, Mint Chocolate Chip Martini, Mint Chocolate Martini, etc. Whatever you want to call it, the bring green color with chocolate whipped cream is beautiful and this cocktail is delicious!
How to Make a Mint Chip Cookietini?
First, start by grating some chocolate for some chocolate shavings. You could also use finely chopped Thin Mint Girl Scout cookies or any chocolate cookie or even chocolate graham crackers.
Next, place the milk/cream, cookie dough vodka, chocolate vodka, and creme de menthe in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake about 30 seconds.
Instead of milk or cream, you could also use half-and-half, melted vanilla ice cream, or your favorite dairy substitute.
I used Pinnacle Cookie Dough Vodka, Pinnacle Chocolate Vodka (but you could also use Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Vodka), and crème de menthe. Feel free to use a different brand or cookie vodka.
Dip the rim of the martini glass in chocolate syrup (or hot fudge or melted chocolate) and roll in chocolate shavings or cookie crumbs.
Strain the drink into the glass. Top with chocolate whipped cream (or regular whipped cream) and more chocolate shavings or cookie crumbs.
What is Crème de Menthe?
If you’ve never heard of crème de menthe or never used it, it comes in handy for all sorts of mint cocktails, drinks, and even desserts!
Crème de menthe is a sweet mint-flavored liqueur. It is generally green, but you can also find white versions. Crème de menthe, although translates to “cream of mint” is actually not creamy but has a high sugar content. It is widely available and inexpensive and makes a nice addition to any bar.
If this Mint Chip Cookietini drink is a little too strong for you, you can dilute it with more milk/cream. I thought it was perfect, but you may need to adjust to personal preferences.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope this St. Patrick’s Day cocktail brings you lots of luck this year.
Mint Chip Cookietini
- 1/3 cup milk (or cream, half-and-half, melted vanilla ice cream, or your favorite dairy substitute)
- 2 Tablespoons Pinnacle Cookie Dough Vodka
- 2 Tablespoons Pinnacle Chocolate Vodka (or Chocolate Whipped Vodka)
- 2 Tablespoons Creme De Menthe Liqueur
- Chocolate syrup (or hot fudge or melted chocolate)
- Chocolate shavings (or mini chocolate chips or finely chopped Thin Mints cookies)
- Whipped Cream (regular or chocolate)
- Place the milk, cookie dough vodka, chocolate vodka, and creme de menthe in shaker over ice. Shake about 30 seconds.
- Garnish edge of glass with chocolate syrup then dip in shaved chocolate. Strain drink in glass then garnish top of drink with whipped cream and chocolate shavings as desired.
(Nutrition data is provided when available for informational purposes only and calculated using an online nutritional calculator. For the most accurate information please calculate based on specific ingredients and brands you use as well as any changes you made to the recipe. I am not a certified nutritionist or registered dietician and any nutritional information provided should only be used as a general guideline and estimate.)
This post was slightly updated with new content and photos March 2018, but recipe is the same.