Raspberry Thin Mint Trifles


Raspberry Thin Mint Trifle Recipe

St. Patrick’s day is almost here! And you may be starting to get sick of everything “green” so I wanted to throw out another option for all those Thin Mints or Grasshopper cookies… Raspberry Thin Mint Trifles.  Oh my, I ate both of the ones in the photos right after I finished taking pictures.  They were incredible.  Everyone has to try these!  And it helps that they’re so easy to make…

Raspberry Thin Mint Trifle

The Story:

It sat on the dessert table next to all the familiar cakes, cookies and gooey brownies.  But I didn’t understand what it was.  It looked like a rainbow of whipped cream and fruit, but I didn’t know how people were supposed to eat it.  I watched as the adults started to serve the food. It was like a dessert casserole, which didn’t appeal to me in the least.  Because by the time it was slopped onto plates, it just looked like mush.  But wow, did mush taste good.

I guess I prefer the mini versions…

Raspberry Thin Mint Trifle

Yield: 4-6 servings, just depending on portion sizes

Raspberry Thin Mint Trifle


1 box (4 servings) chocolate pudding, prepared according to box instructions
1/2 pint whipping cream, whipped
2-3 C. raspberries
20 Thin Mints, crushed


1. Prepare chocolate pudding and whipped cream, then place in piping bags if desired or just layer in using a spoon.
2. Layer in all ingredients to small glass cups or mini trifle glasses. Go in any order you would like, but make sure to finish with whipped cream and a raspberry on top!
3. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Raspberry Thin Mint Trifles, so simple and so delicious.  You won’t be disappointed with this flavor combo.

Thin Mint Raspberry Trifle

My little photo set up

Simple Food Photography

6 thoughts on “Raspberry Thin Mint Trifles

  1. 1
    dina says:

    I like this recipe idea. I will def try it. I also like the mini trifles. great idea.

  2. 2
    Risa says:

    What a delightful way to re-make thin mints. It’s nice to see a different flavor combo being used with the Thin Mints, a little bit outside of everything else floating around that seems the same.

  3. 3

    This is a great way to use thin mints and I was getting a little sick of all the green!

  4. 4
    Patti says:

    I love, love, love your little glass trifle cups. I have some footed glass trifle cups too but they are larger than yours. I think yours are cuter. I love everything “little!”

  5. 5

    Made them! SO yummy! I brought them to a party…people swooned. I substituted strawberries because raspberries cost all of my money. But still, so tasty!

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