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Mint Chocolate Cookie Crunch

Mint Chocolate Cookie Crunch

"I usually give a different homemade treat to my nieces and nephews every Christmas. This rich no-bake candy was a hit. With just four ingredients, it's easy enough for kids to make."
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10 m servings
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  1. Line baking sheets with waxed paper; set aside. In a microwave or heavy saucepan, melt chocolate chips. Stir in extract. Combine cookies and cereal in a large bowl. Add chocolate mixture and stir to coat. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto prepared baking sheets; cool. Store in airtight containers at room temperature.

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  1. 47 Ratings

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These were great!! I doubled the mint and they seemed perfect-a little rough on your arm to get it all mixed but well worth it and makes alot!!

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sorry, this one did not turn out for me, I was looking forward to these with the great reviews, followed recipe to a T , still very hard to form balls. :(

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These were great!! I doubled the mint and they seemed perfect-a little rough on your arm to get it all mixed but well worth it and makes alot!!

Definately a keeper!! So easy to make, my 2 year old helped. I thought it was asking for too much chocolate, but it was perfect. The only thing I would recommend is to add an extra teaspoon of...

I did not have peppermint extract, so instead I crushed up peppermint candy canes and mixed in with the melted chocolate. They were a huge hit at the party I brought them to. On a side note, the...

A very quick and easy recipie. The cookie had good texture and was crispy. I added an extra tsp of peppermint extract as stated by another reviewer. I think next time instead of semi-sweet choco...

I added a bit of crushed candy canes and doubled the peppermint extract, delicious. I also did half batch with semisweet chocolate and the other half with white chocolate, both were great.

AMAZING!!!! this recipe was sooo easya nd was a major hit with eveyone in my family this holiday. I recommend a small food proccessor for the cookies, and a little extra mint flavor as some al...

These are unbelievable!! Someone here had said they were going to try these with Andes it. I used 3 bags of Andes (total of 34 oz), no extract, a 16oz. bag of oreos, and...

A delicious new addition to the Christmas cookie plate. I also added a cup of shaved coconut, the extra tsp of peppermint, and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Terrific! Easy!

This candy is delicious and so easy! Based upon previous reviewers' advice, I used two teaspoons of peppermint extract. Next time, I will use Adnes mints.

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