Peppermint crunch may be stored in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
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I’ve made this recipe every year since it came out. It is easy and delicious. I couldn’t recommend it more. If you can’t find the specific ghiradelli squares you need 12.5 oz of half minty white chocolate and half semi sweet. So so so good!!
Make this amazing treat every year when Ghirardelli Peppermint square chocolates are available. Never any left...need I say more.
I did try this at the holiday season and as much as the majority of the recipes are good, I would pass on this one.
This recipe was so easy and delicious! The taste is such a 'surprise' in your mouth! Love it!
So easy and delicious! I made a batch of this for a Christmas party last week. It made a great addition along with the more traditional soda cracker/butter brickle bark! Everyone loved it!
Except my husband. He doesn't care for peppermint. So for his office party this week, I was inspired to make Rocky Road crunch. To the base layer of chocolate graham crackers I added milk chocolate chips, chopped walnuts, mini marshmallows and a sprinkle of white baking chips. Yummy!!
Sadly, chocolate graham crackers aren't available in my area.
love, love, love it!! I have made this several ways, but love this one for the holidays! I have also used saltines, and the flat pretzels with just the butter/toffee mixture and chocolate.. nobody can believe how easy it is and HOW GOOD!!! :)
OMG....so easy and so good! Definitely doing these for Christmas. Much less expensive and easier than fudge. I got a no-stick mat at Target. Bought plain white chocolate to melt and bashed up cheap peppermints with a mallet so saved even more that way. Thanks Team Martha!