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About 5 dozen candies or 20 servings, 3 mints each
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Substitute a few drops peppermint oil for the peppermint extract.
Let the kids create their own fun candies for themselves or for serving holiday visitors. Decorate with chocolate or multi-colored sprinkles or green- and red-colored sugars.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
I've been making these mints since I was a little girl and they are always a HUGE hit. I have already received requests for this holiday season. They are a must in our home! Great for holiday get togethers. If you leave them on a plate and let them dry out they will get crunchy on the edges.
These were somewhat yummy. WARNING: IF YOU ARE EXPECTING TO MAKE HARD PEPPERMINT CANDIES THAT YOU CAN SUCK ON, THESE WILL NOT HARDEN. Although they were soft, they were good, i brought them into school to give to my friends and everyone loved them. That made me happy but i was still disappointed that they were not hard candy.
I could not get it to harden up enough not to keep it in the refrigerator, so I was unable to serve it at my holiday party because it was too soft. I loved the taste and ended up eating them myself, one at a time from the refrigerator.