If I could give this more stars I would. Absolutely amazing, to die for flavor. I used white chocolate chips, have to wonder what vanilla would taste like instead. Used double the peppermint extract as I like peppermint ALOT. Crushed a full box of 24 candy canes, but had issues making them equal sized pieces. Food processor is broken. As a result had big chunks and powdery stuff when I was done. I spread the biggest chunks on the bottom of the 8x8pan after lining it with Reynolds Release foil (no need for butter-yuck). Followed the recipe and folded the rest of the candy in, dust and all, omitting the food coloring. Poured over candy in dish. Removed and turned over to cut into pieces. Way simpler than pressing candy into hot fudge. Came out vaguely pink in color, but looks pretty with candy chunks on top. Tastes great. Might drizzle with semi-sweet chocolate next round. I didn't find it to sweet, although the mint lingers nicely. Great alternative to the heavy chocolate fudges normally served and visually appealing.
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If I could give this more stars I would. Absolutely amazing, to die for flavor. I used white...