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Mint Thins

Mint Thins recipe
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Chocolate chip cookies are so last year. Leave these chocolatey, minty taste sensations out for Santa and just see what he puts under your tree.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
12/19/2007
These "cookies" are so easy! Everyone absolutely loves them - I even won 2nd place in a contest at work with them. Just a hint to mix it up, white chocolate also works wonders.
posted:
12/18/2007
This recipe is so simple and it looks like you spent so much time making them...they are amazing...I can't tell you how many people I have shared this receipe with..everyone loves it...and so simple...The chocolate with hint of salt..truly a cookie that you can wip up anytime and enjoy...
posted:
12/18/2007
PERFECT! Great recipe that you can do with the kids. Love the no cooking. Used a fork to flip the crackers in the chocolate and scoop them out. They taste just like mint thins. They were a huge hit with the family. Easy to make for the busy moms. At first i thought ewwwww Ritz crackers, not an issue after tasting these lovely little treats.
posted:
12/17/2007
This recipe is so easy and so delicious. Now I don't have to wait till the Girl Scouts sell their cookies. Seriously, you must try this recipe.
posted:
12/17/2007
I made these for a cookie party for my Mom who works at a high school. Everyone including the cooking teacher just raved about them!
posted:
12/16/2007
My only complaint is I find the peppermint candies and the candy canes hard to crush to a fine enough texture. I had some caramels on hand, so I made another variation where I spread a thin layer of melted caramel on the cracker and let it set before I dipped into the bare chocolate. With the peanut butter and caramel varieties, I would use Milk Chocolate instead of semi sweet or bitter sweet. Definitely will make again. The possibilities are endless!
posted:
12/16/2007
Very good! Had several requests for the recipe.
posted:
12/16/2007
After reading the other reviews I made this recipe expecting something resembling a "thin mint" cookie. I found them to be extremely messy to serve and eat (the chocolate starts melting as soon as you touch). Overall, it tasted like a cracker dipped in chocolate. It was okay, but nothing to write home about.
posted:
12/16/2007
Oh my goodness! Easy and very good... went over big with my boys!
posted:
12/16/2007
Very easy and delicious! I had some bamboo skewers and used one of those to pick up the cookie out of the chocolate (stuck the tip in one of the holes) and it was easy to scrape the excess chocolate off with a spoon. Instead of peppermint, I used some holly and berry sprinkle on candy decorations.
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