Easy No bake, Holiday Mint Thins

Hey all,  I though that today that I would show you a recipe I am planning on making today.  I am sure they will turn out good… if not I will probably still eat them cause they are chocolate, and I am prego.  But these looked so cute and easy, I knew that I had to show them off.
Easy No bake, Holiday Mint Thins:
Easy No bake, Holiday Mint Thins
yields approx 36 thins
1 pkg (8 Squares) Baker’s Semi Sweet Chocolate, melted and lightly cooled
1/4 tsp Peppermint Extract
1 sleeve Ritz Crackers (36 crackers)
1 candy cane (6 inch) crushed
Mix Melted Chocolate and Mint Extract together until smooth.
Dip Crackers in chocolate, turning to completely coat each cracker.  Carefully scrap off excess chocolate.  Place crackers in a single layer, on wax paper-covered baking sheets, sprinkle with crushed candy cane.
Allow to cool, until chocolate is firm
(Kraft recommended placing them in the fridge for 30 minutes to cool, but I have always had problems with the chocolate blooming (getting white streaks)- maybe I get it too hot to begin with, so I wouldn’t try it!- tell me if you do and how it works out for you!)
Optional versions:
Oreo cookies
Chocolate Peanut butter version:
Omit the extract and spread the cracker with peanut butter before dipping n chocolate.
Omit extract and candy canes and use any holiday’s themed sprinkles
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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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  1. >I've made a recipe with ritz crackers, peanut butter and chocolate before, but this one is new to me and sounds yummy! Simple too, which I love.

    My first time at your party – thanks so much for hosting!

  2. >I have made these for years but never added the crushed candy on top. YUM! They are go tasty…….just like Girl Scout Thin Mints!

  3. >Those cookies look yummy. I love thin mints and I want to try them. Thanks for hosting the swap.

  4. >Hi Cassity! I wandered over here to visit you on this lovely sunday afternoon and I am now following your blog, facebook and tweets. This is my first time linking to your sunday recipe swap, and I am linking up a Giada recipe for cheese-stuffed dates with prosciutto that we had as a starter for our thanksgiving meal and it was a hit! I love your site, what a wonderful mix of projects, food and green! All the best, Alex@amoderatelife