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Semi-Sweet Chocolate

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Peppermint oil is very potent, so use only two to three drops, depending on how strong you want the filling to be. You can substitute peppermint extract, which is available at grocery stores. When preparing the ganache, be sure to chop the chocolate very finely so that it will melt with ease.

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If you adore the combination of chocolate and mint, this may become your favorite cookie. Peppermint oil is very potent, so use only two to three drops, depending on how strong you want the filling to be. You can substitute peppermint extract, which is available at grocery stores. When preparing the ganache, be sure to chop the chocolate very finely so that it will melt with ease.

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Marshmallow Cookie Sandwiches were born when Tennessee gave us the Moon Pie in 1917, marking one giant leap for snack-kind. The homemade version is out of this world. Graham crackers are surprisingly easy to make. Get our cinnamon-and-sugar-laced recipe.

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Together, semisweet and unsweetened chocolates give the best fudgy flavor. Semisweet used on its own would make the sauce too sweet and unsweetened alone would be bitter. Use this as a topping for our Ice Cream Sundaes.