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Easy and fast. Didn't use the food coloring, would try peppermint oil instead of extract next time as the chocolate seized up a bit when I put in the extract. Covered with crushed candy canes to hide the lumpiness. I doubt anyone will know it was lumpy but me. I hope not, as I really don't want to throw away all of that white chocolate.

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Kasha November 25, 2013

very good, I added crushed candy canes to the recipe along with the extract. Placed wax paper on cookie sheet and poured mixture onto it to cool, no problem peeling off!

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charshe728 April 13, 2010

Thanks for posting this! I was just looking for something easy and fun to try -- this is it! My husband is a peppermint freak -- and he loved this! Made exactly as noted and was so pleased withe the end result! Recommend for that easy late night snack when you want something sweet - and especially at the holidays!

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Trixie735 December 19, 2008

Love, love, love the ease of this candy and the flavor of it, too. WOW! I will add to my list of favorite candies for Christmas.

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True Texas December 06, 2008

What a wonderful and easy candy recipe. I doubled the ingredients and used two 12 oz. bags of white chocolate chips. I melted the chocolate in a double boiler and used a gel food coloring to make the swirls. I also used Reynolds Release aluminum foil an had no problem with the chocolate sticking to the foil. I'm going to make some more of these to give as Christmas treats. Thanks for a real keeper, Emilee.

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Crafty Lady 13 December 14, 2007
Mccormick's Peppermint Bark