Ella, Chanel, Hannah, Isabella and Tara have been exploring recipes featuring mint. They have decided to create a Mini Mint Cookbook and are recording the process here. Thanks to our adult helpers on the project, especially Gayle, Marisa and Soraia.

Chanel has been designing recipes at home using mint as one of the ingredients.  Follow her recipes.  Leave a comment if you liked her recipes, or a suggestion how to improve them.


Mint Eggs with Tomato  –  by The MINTIES club
2 hard boiled eggs.
2 grape tomatoes
A small handful of mint & flat parsley & coriander
Extra: Sourdough bread & smoked salmon.
How to make it:
Take the shell off the eggs, then cut the 2 tomatoes in half.  Chop the herbs into tiny pieces.
Cut the eggs and sprinkle a small amount of mint, parsley & coriander over them.
Put the eggs on a plate with  tomatoes cut in half.

Extra: Serve with some sour dough bread & smoked salmon on the side.
Try this recipe. It’s really really good.


Chickpea, Lemon and Mint Salad
1 can of chick peas
3 pieces of preserved lemon
1 Lebanese Cucumber
1 small handful of mint
1/2 cos lettuce
1 teaspoon of red wine vinegar
2 tablespoons of olive oil

salt and pepper

How to make the salad
Drain the chickpeas and take the skin off.
Cut the lemon into little pieces.
Chop the cucumber into small pieces.
Wash and chop the mint  into small pieces.
Cut the lettuce into small bite sized pieces.
Make the dressing with a splash of red wine vinegar and two tablespoons of olive oil.  Add a little salt and pepper if you wish.
Put all the ingredients into a large bowl and toss the salad with the dressing.
By the mint club.
Hanna, Tara, Ella, Chanel and Isabella.


8 thoughts on “THE MINTIES GANG

  1. Hi, mintie gang. Your tuna mint rolls look delicious. I used to think I can’t make tuna mint rolls but “now you taught me how to make it” I think I can make one my self. Thanks mintie gang for giving me delicious looking recipes.

  2. We are loving looking at your fabulous class blog. We are all looking forward to doing more quad blogging with you.

  3. Hi, minting gang. Your tuna rice look delicious. I used to think that I could’t make tuna rice but now I think I can.

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