Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins
With only three ingredients, these are the the simplest to make and most amazing tasting treats you'll ever have! I got this recipe from a cookie exchange party that my best friend's grandmother had a few years ago. I don't know where she got it...but I'm glad she gave it to me!
- 2 (16 ounce) boxes Ritz crackers
- 1 (20 ounce) jarjif peanut butter
- 2 (16 ounce) bars milk chocolate bark
- Melt half of the chocolate in a double broiler.
- Make"sandwiches", by spreading an ample amount of peanut butter on a cracker and placing another cracker on top.
- Place"sandwich" on a fork and lower into the melted chocolate coating it completely.
- While holding it over the melted chocolate, let the excess drip off.
- Place cookie onto wax paper to cool and harden.
- Repeat this process until you are out of crackers.
- When all are cooled, store in a tightly covered cointainer away from heat.
- These are great for holiday gift giving!
A perfect way to make cookies with the kids. The little ones spread the peanut butter and the older ones dip. We made ours with a combination of butterscotch chips and bark...turned out just fine.
These were great! Such an easy treat to make for friends at Christmas! I used the colored sugar idea, and I also made a batch with white chocolate and a batch with regular chocolate. What I found to be the most elegant, even better than the sugar, was drizzling a bit of white on the chocolate ones and a bit of chocolate on the white ones. Everyone thought they looked like Godiva chocolates or something! I did have to tell people what they were, though, as some declined thinking they were covered oreos and would be too sweet. The peanut butter and cracker balances the overly sugary almond bark, though, and they were perfect!!!
Yummy - these remind me of Kit Kats! I made these for Christmas gift baskets - some with milk chocolate with green and red sprinkles on top and some with white chocolate with chocolate sprinkles. Either way was good, and the sprinkles really dressed them up. My husband has declared that these must now be in the house at all times. :) Thank you!