Chocolate Mint Cookies

By Sarah 2 16

I have seen several recipes for faux Girl Scout cookies made with Ritz crackers dipped in mint chocolate. I did mine a bit differently.



No Cook Fondant:


Combine fondant ingredients together to form a soft ball. Put in air tight container.

Melt the chocolate and wax.

Put some fondant in the middle of a Ritz cracker and press and form with fingers on top to the edge. When chocolate is melted, use a knife and spread the chocolate over the top and down the edges of the cracker and set on wax paper to dry.

You may prefer to dip the whole cracker. I also have ground up candy canes and sprinkled on top of the wet chocolate. These also freeze well.

By Sarah Ann from Shelton, WA

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 20, 2008

These sound good, but our local Dollar General, carries a chocolate mint cookie, $1.00 a box, that tastes just like the Girl Scout cookies.

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By Sarah 2 16 Flag

December 20, 2008

Hey Dee..

Sometimes you can't beat them dollar stores. Merry Christmas!

Sarah Ann

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By eve 18 136 Flag

December 8, 2009

Sounds great. I have the original recipe too. It just has melted chocolate, crackers and peppermint drops. I'll have to fool around with this one. I think orange would taste good in the fondant instead of mint.

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