Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Crackers

Who knew that peanut butter crackers would make such a delicious (and easy) dessert? These sweet snacks taste like a flaky DIY Reese’s peanut butter cup, with a chocolate exterior, creamy peanut butter filling, and an unexpected undertone of salt, courtesy of the crackers hiding inside. All the different pieces work together in perfect harmony. Personally, I’m not a fan of the sweet-n-salty combo- I prefer one or the other. So I was surprised and delighted when I took a bite and it was exclusively sweet. And wow, was it dangerously tasty! So if you’re looking for an easy-to-make indulgence, with ingredients that you’re familiar with and a whimsical mixture of baking chips, the search is over.

AuthorMackieDifficultyBeginner

 50 Ritz crackers
 Creamy peanut butter
 6 oz Dark chocolate
 4 oz White chocolate
 3 oz Butterscotch baking chips

1

Take 2 crackers and make a peanut butter sandwich. In a double boiler melt all the chocolate chips together until smooth. (My mixture was mostly smooth, but it worked fine.) Coat the peanut butter sandwiches in the chocolate mixture with a fork, holding the cookie on the end of a fork and gently tapping against the edge of the bowl to remove excess chocolate.

2

Set the cookie on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and place in the freeze until the chocolate is set. Carefully separate the cookie from the parchment paper and store in a bag in the freezer.

Ingredients

 50 Ritz crackers
 Creamy peanut butter
 6 oz Dark chocolate
 4 oz White chocolate
 3 oz Butterscotch baking chips

Directions

1

Take 2 crackers and make a peanut butter sandwich. In a double boiler melt all the chocolate chips together until smooth. (My mixture was mostly smooth, but it worked fine.) Coat the peanut butter sandwiches in the chocolate mixture with a fork, holding the cookie on the end of a fork and gently tapping against the edge of the bowl to remove excess chocolate.

2

Set the cookie on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and place in the freeze until the chocolate is set. Carefully separate the cookie from the parchment paper and store in a bag in the freezer.

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Crackers

Thanks to Meg Is Well for the recipe!

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