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« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2005 09:11:38 PM »

In case anyone is still looking for Altoids recipes, you can find a PDF download of holiday recipe ideas on www.altoids.com.  I tried the chocolate mint truffles a couple of times, and they came out pretty tasty.
doh, go to their website- good idea!

this has been a fun cooking idea to contemplate.
I confess to using ginger altoids in my stir-fry on occasion- ground up of course...

though the altoid recipes are products of Kraft (...krap), they hold that magical charm of adding a shortcut flavor to a recipe. 

The listed ideas off of the altoid.com recipes:
- crushing them up to rim cocktail glasses
- adding them to candy nut coating
- stir bits into ice cream
- stir them into hot chocolate

Mmmm I like the sounds of making popcorn balls with the cinammon ones!

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« Reply #21 on: May 12, 2005 05:35:42 AM »

What about embedding Altoids in soap? You could use one of the tins with the raised lettering as a mold.
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