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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:
12/8/2007
These are delicious and easy. I used a small spatula to wipe off the excess chocolate. I will definitely make them again!
posted:
12/8/2007
What a great, simple, tasty treat! I don't love peppermint so I omitted the extract and they tasted sooooo good. I didn't think of tweezers so I used a wooden skewer, poked it through the middle whole in the cracker and swirled it around. Worked fine once I got the hang of it. Also, I wanted to use up the little bit of melted chocolate so I dipped marshmallows in it and then sprinkled with christmas colored sprinkles..they were a big hit too!
posted:
12/7/2007
my 16 yr. old granddaughter and myself made these everyone loved them, they thought they tasted like girlscouts thin mints this recipe is a real keeper! Kraft keep up the great recipes
posted:
12/7/2007
I made these to bring to an ornmanet swap party and work. They were the hit of the day. Everyone is talking about them. I could not believe how easy they were to make. Instead of a candy cane, I used Andes crushed peppermint in a bag from the baking aisle. They were wonderful. Now I have another easy BIG HIT for the holidays!!!!
posted:
12/7/2007
I think I like the combination of sweet and slightly salty (the crackers). Anyway, they are wonderful!! A great tasting minty treat!
posted:
12/6/2007
I LOVE Girl Scout Thin Mints and I'm happy to say these come pretty darn close!! The only negative was that they are messy to make and took a bit longer than I expected to coat evenly. I made these for a Teacher Staff Meeting and they were a huge hit! Will definitely be making them again
posted:
12/6/2007
My sister in law made these on Thanksgiving... I was stuffed when she offered them to me plus I do not like mint chocolate... but I tried one and needless to say, how about 4 more! OH MY GOSH, just like a Girl Scout thin mint!
posted:
12/5/2007
I made these again today and I tried using tweezers. I found that I did not have enough control of the situation when I used tweezers. I found some small wooden tongs and I tried those also........ but they really did not work either. Yes, they are messy to make, but well worth it!
posted:
12/5/2007
You can't compare these to Girl Scout Thin Mints because they are WAY better!! It was easier and faster than I thought, too. I used a 12 oz package of semi sweet chips and followed the directions on the package for melting the chocolate in the microwave. I also added 2T of butter to melt the chocolate with because it helps keep the chocolate smooth and gives the chocolate a nice glaze to it.
posted:
12/5/2007
A big hit!! I will be making these again and again. Make sure you don't over-coat the cracker with chocolate - the cookie won't be as crispy and the chocolate might peel off!
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