Super easy and yummy !
Wow!! These were absolutely wonderful, but I had to change it up a bit by using non-dairy chocolate chips and peppermint candy flavoring, as our household has allergies. I thought this might also help someone who is having a hard time finding mint chocolate chips. If your looking at all the reviews, stop, they're wonderful....just try them!
I've had these saved for some time, but had a really hard time locating mint chocolate chips! Finally found the Ande's ones, and was able to make these tasties! I'm always looking for things to make for DH to give out to his clients. I thought that I could make these, and package them similarly to the original ones. Seeing is believing (so is tasting!) These are great! I used regular Ritz, and loved the little extra taste of salt. I know that some don't like or want salt, so I think you could use the unsalted/unsalted tops Ritz, if they are available in your area. Make these; you won't be disappointed! Thanks so much for sharing, Wineaux!
These are great! They don't taste exactly like a thin mint but this recipe is a keeper. I will be making these often. I also used the Andies pieces.. Thanks
Very Tasty and easy to make. If you grab the edges of the crackers with tongs, it doesn't leave marks. We used Andes Baking Chips.
addictive and easy to make.
by Louise " I've made these cookies for a long time now. There Great. But for those of you who can't find mint chocolate chips You can use regular chocolte chips and add mint flavoring to taste only takes a few drops of mint to get the proper taste
These were fast easy and oh so good! Looked great on the cookie tray -- no one believed how easy they were to make. Thanks so much for making the holidays easier.
I made these for my goody bags for Christmas presents and EVERYBODY loved them! I had many request for the recipe! Thanks for the great recipe! It was so simple too, I used one of the other tips and dipped half of the cracker then let harden and dipped the other half! So easy, my daughter helped!
Awesome! I won the "most creative" award at a cookie exchange. :) I more recently made these using a "Famous chocolate wafer" as the cookie portion. They are even more delicious! Highly recommend trying this method. I'm thinking about adding peanut butter in between two chocolate wafers, then covering with the chocolate. :)