My mother-in-law makes these for most every family party and love them. There isn't anything much better than chocolate and mint!
2 lbs molding chocolate (light or dark or combination)
1 lb. green mint molding chocolate*
Line a large cookie sheet (with sides) with aluminum foil (dull side up). Roll small pieces of tape to tape aluminum to bottom of pan. Tape sides to edges of pan.
Melt 1 lb of chocolate in microwave 1 minute at a time at 30% power. Stir between each minute. It will probably take 4-5 minutes. Don’t overcook and don’t let it get too warm.
Spread chocolate thinly on pan. It should be just under ⅛” thick. Let cool at room temperature until it just looses its gloss. Don’t let it cool too long. Don’t refrigerate it.
While first layer is cooling, Melt the green molding chocolate. When the first layer is almost dull, carefully drizzle green chocolate over it. Don’t let it clump or it will melt the bottom layer too much. Carefully spread drizzled green over the brown. It should be a little less than ⅛” thick. Let it cool until it looses its gloss.
While second layer is cooling, Melt the rest of the chocolate. When second layer is almost dull, carefully drizzle chocolate over it. Carefully spread drizzled chocolate over the green. It should be a little less than ⅛” thick. Let it cool until it looses its gloss.
Before it hardens completely (when chocolate looses its gloss) cut into squares. When it has hardened completely remove from pan and peel off aluminum foil.
*Green mint can be substituted with other colors and flavors. If you want other colors with mint flavoring, use vanilla flavored molding chocolate (any color) and add a few drops of Peppermint Oil (it must be oil not extract)
You can make different flavors by using vanilla flavored molding chocolate (any color) for middle layer and add different flavors of oil (not extract).