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The past few years I have chosen a holiday treat and mass produced them for everyone that we know and love! It's the best way to let all the people know in your life that you are thinking of them, without breaking the bank :) I went to my local Walmart and picked up all the ingredients to make these delicious RITZ Crackers Thin Mints topped with crushed candy cane. I had to "taste test" a few before wrapping them up and giving them to friends and family ;)
Below is a list of the ingredients I used, a step by step tutorial on how to make them, and this RITZ Crackers coupon to get 50 cents off a box. Which makes it even more affordable to create your holiday treat!
Ingredients (1 batch: creates about 15 cookies)
1 sleeve Original RITZ Crackers
1/2 teaspoon Pure mint extract
1 teaspoon Coconut oil
3-4 crushed Peppermint candy canes
1 cup Semi-sweet milk chocolate chips
1. Grab a microwavable bowl and pour 1 cup of semi-sweet milk chocolate chips into the bowl.
2. Add 1/2 teaspoon of pure mint extract to chocolate chips.
3. Finally, add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil.
4. Microwave in 15 second-intervals, and mix between intervals. Usually takes about 2-3 times to get the chocolate all nice and smooth! If it's not smooth enough, add a little more coconut oil.
5. Grab a sleeve of RITZ Crackers!
6. Dip RITZ Crackers in bowl, and cover completely with chocolate mixture. I picked up the covered RITZ Crackers with a toothpick to then place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
7. Crush up peppermint candy cane, then sprinkle on top of chocolate before it starts to harden. Or you could use festive sprinkles!
8. Place in freezer to set for about 1-1.5 hours to set.
9. Place treats in festive holiday treat bags with fun sparkly clothespins and this adorable treat sleigh!
10. Make tons and tons of them for all your friends, family, and co-workers!
This was such a fun and delicious treat to make for the Christmas season! How would you wrap up these RITZ Crackers cookies? What fun topping would you sprinkle on top? :)