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This is a beautiful and delicious candy! I love adding it to candy dishes because it is so refreshing after a big meal or tons of sweet candy. I used 17 drops of food coloring and added an 1/8 tsp on peppermint extract. I am not a huge peppermint fan and this was the perfect amount. I also put crushed candy canes in a strainer and shook out most of the dust! Used a 15x10x1 pan. Thanks I will forever use this recipe.
Very good candy and easy to make.
Wonderful and easy! Looks great and tastes even better. i didn't add crushed candy canes to the top though, I forgot to reserve some and didn't feel like smashing anymore
So cheap and easy - this is great and tastes just like the peppermint bark you buy in little tiny packages for $8-$10 during the holidays!! I won't be spending that kind of money again, this took very little time, effort or money and was so tasty. I did half the recipe and used a 7x11 pan... I did think it could use a bit more chocolate, so I increased to 2/3c and it seemed like a good amount.
Loved it! I wish I could have gotten a photo, but my flash went out on my camera and it is night time here! Maybe next time. Anyway, this candy is delicious and beautiful! I am definitely making this for my family Christmas party...I'm sure everyone will love it! Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag!
This is a great recipe - I love the look of the mint green with the chocolate and candy cane bits. Thanks for posting! I'm taking it to a party and I know it will be gobbled up.
Goes up quickly, made for PRMR.
I made this last year to put in my Christmas baskets for each branch of the family, and will do it again this year. Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. I can't believe how easy it is , too!!
Very easy to make and yummy.
So yummy & easy to make. Everyone loved this in there Christmas trays. Thank you Susie for posting. I will sure be making this again :)