About this item
- Andes creme de menthe candies are great for an office setting
- The chocolates can be mixed with other candies for creative holiday decorations
- Easy to use in baking and for dessert toppings
The Andes® Creme de Menthe Thin (240 pcs.) candies have been a much-loved treat provided by host stands and candy jars for years, but did you ever wonder where to buy Andes mints? They seem to be a secretly known treat of business owners, but it isn't true. You can buy yourself your own bundle of Andes mint chocolate and be the new favorite colleague at your office. This tasty creme de menthe candy has a uniquely enticing flavor that everyone will love, or at least want to try so there isn't a reason to bother with anything but an Andes mint bulk purchase.
If I Order My Andes Creme de Menthe Thins, Will They Melt?
No. The Andes Creme de Menthe Thin package is shipped with cold packs to provide perfectly shaped and solid creme de menthe candy.
What Type of Setting Is Best For Andes Creme de Menthe Chocolates?
The Andes mints bulk package should be kept in a cool and dry place. The Andes Creme de Menthe Thin chocolates are perfect for an indoor office setting with regulated central air. They can be kept in the unique container they come in or separated into smaller dishes to distribute throughout a workspace.
Can I Use Andes Mint Chocolate for Christmas Candy Decorations?
Yes. The green color of the Andes creme de menthe thins is perfect for the holiday season. You can add chocolates covered in red wrappers to a bowl with Andes chocolates to give a Christmas look to any candy bowl.
Can I Make Other Treats with Andes Creme de Menthe Thin Chocolates?
Yes. There are endless mint-chocolate dessert recipes available out there. One simple and creative way to use Andes Creme de Menthe Thins in a dessert is to make ice-cream and brownie sandwiches. All you need is your favorite box of brownie mix, mint-chocolate ice cream, and a some Andes creme de menthe chocolates. First, unwrap about 2 cups worth of Andes mint chocolates and roughly chop them into chocolate chip sized pieces. Next, mix the brownie batter according to the provided instructions. You can either add some of the chopped Andes to the batter before baking or leave the batter plain. Then, bake the brownies and let them cool. Finally cut the brownies into squares and halve the height of each. On the bottom half place a scoop of ice cream, sprinkle some Andes pieces and top with the other brownie half.