...I seriously don't even know where to begin. These...are...sooooo...freakin' AWESOME!!! I'm shocked to discover that I actually prefer these to GS Thin Mints. I used regular Ritz crackers. I like the very, very slight salt taste combined with the mint chocolate. I could, quite literally, eat these until I'm sick! I used the 10 oz. bag of Andes Creme de Mint Baking Chips (Walmart $2.50), melted in a bowl over a pot of simmering water. As my mint chocolate was melting, I lined a cookie sheet with wax paper and put it in the freezer. I used the suggestion of breaking the two inside prongs of a plastic fork. This worked fabulously for turning the crackers in the chocolate and lifting these delicious "cookies" onto the baking sheet. I made 52 cookies from the one bag of Andes. I should've made a double batch! There's always a next time though :) As another reviewer stated, these are so much cheaper than buying Thin Mints. The last time I bought a box was a few years ago and they were $10. Others have stated this is a messy recipe but I didn't have that problem at all. Even if I did, I would still make these. They're THAT good! You have my lifelong gratitude for this brilliant recipe Kim!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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...I seriously don't even know where to begin. These...are...sooooo...freakin' AWESOME!!! I'm...