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Girl Scout Thin-Mint Blizzard [Healthy!]

Two of my favorite desserts before being whole food plant-based was Girl Scout Thin-Mint Cookies and DQ Blizzards. One day I thought up this delicious recipe for making a healthy version of the two and I love the combination!

The perfect treat for a warm summer day. Our recipe makes a large volume which is wonderful for sharing with the entire family but also won't take you off plan if you are trying to lose weight.

I love making this recipe extra fancy by selecting the glass wear we serve it in. Isn't it darling? I can't wait for the day we can host a dinner party again!

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Girl Scout Thin-Mint Blizzard 
By: The Jaroudi Family 


Crust Layer 
3⁄4 oat flour
1⁄2 cup raw walnuts
5 pitted dates
2 tbsp nondairy milk (unflavored & unsweetened) 

Thin-Mint Layer 
1⁄4 cup nondairy milk (unflavored & unsweetened) 
5 pitted dates
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1⁄4 tsp mint extract 
1⁄4 cup raw sunflower seeds 

Vanilla Nicecream (made in a blender) 
3 frozen bananas
1⁄4 cup nondairy milk (unflavored & unsweetened) 
1 tsp vanilla extract 

Blend the crust layer in a food processor, once combined press crust into a small pan evenly.

In a high-speed blender add all the ingredients for the thin-mint layer, blend until smooth.

Add the thin-mint layer mixture on top of the crust layer.
Freeze until solid

Blend all of the vanilla nicecream ingredients together in a high-speed blender. 

Store nicecream in the freezer until serving

Assemble the Thin-Mint Blizzard mixing in nicecream and thin-mint cookie by layers 

We love serving our Thin-Mint Blizzards in fancy dishes with a little bit of extra date paste or chocolate swirled inside the dish!

Bonus - of course, our recipe is easy to make!

I hope you'll give this recipe a try, and let us know if you liked them!

We love seeing photographs of our recipes and just in general hearing from you guys!

Wishing you all the best,



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Eileen Mercedes Figueroa
Eileen Mercedes Figueroa
Mar 19, 2021

Sounds good, can't wait to try it.


Mar 15, 2021

Hi! Love your recipes! Is there anything I can substitute for the oat flour?

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