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  • Chocolate Covered Ritz Crackers {Four Ways}

    filed under: Chocolate Cookies on November 13, 2016

    Have you ever had a delicious ritz peanut butter sandwich covered in chocolate? They have been around forever and there is a reason why this snack has stood the test of time, it’s amazing! I decided to add some new flavors and really hope you enjoy these Chocolate Covered Ritz Sandwhich’s!

    FOUR Amazing ways to enjoy this classic treat!

     

    I have been a huge fan of chocolate covered peanut butter ritz crackers since I was a small child. As I was making up a batch for my kid’s, it occured to me that I could kick it up a notch! Here are 3 more varieties that I think you will come to love as much as we do!

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    The Classic Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Ritz Crackers... such deliciousness!

    Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Ritz Crackers

    Ingredients:

    24 Ritz crackers

    1 cup smooth peanut butter

    12 ounces milk chocolate (semi-sweet or chocolate almond bark also work)

    Directions:

    Spread peanut butter onto the tops of 12 crackers. (I like to have the salted side facing in, but you can spread peanut butter on whatever side you prefer.)

    Place the rest of the crackers on top of the peanut butter and sandwich them together.

    Melt chocolate in the microwave or over a double boiler. Once chocolate is melted, use a fork to dip the peanut butter cracker sandwich into the chocolate to coat. Shake off any excess and place onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Let chocolate harden at room temperature.

    Chocolate Covered Nutella Ritz Crackers!

    Chocolate Covered Nutella Rita Crackers

    Ingredients:

    24 Ritz crackers

    1 cup Nutella

    12 ounces milk chocolate (semi-sweet or chocolate almond bark also work)

    Directions:

    Spread Nutella onto the tops of 12 crackers, you can make it as thick as you would like. (I like to have the salted side facing in, but you can spread peanut butter on whatever side you prefer.)

    Place the rest of the crackers on top of the Nutella and sandwich them together.

    Melt chocolate in the microwave or over a double boiler. Once chocolate is melted, use a fork to dip the nutella cracker sandwich into the chocolate to coat. Shake off any excess and place onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Let chocolate harden at room temperature.

    Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Fluff Ritz Crackers!

    Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Fluff Ritz Crackers

    Ingredients:

    24 Ritz crackers

    1 cup marshmallow fluff

    12 ounces milk chocolate (semi-sweet or chocolate almond bark also work)

    pastry bag

    Directions:

    Spread marshmallow fluff onto the tops of 12 crackers using a pastry bag. (I like to have the salted side facing in, but you can spread peanut butter on whatever side you prefer.)

    Place the rest of the crackers on top of the fluff and sandwich them together.

    Melt chocolate in the microwave or over a double boiler. Once chocolate is melted, use a fork to dip the marshmallow fluff cracker sandwich into the chocolate to coat. Shake off any excess and place onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Let chocolate harden at room temperature.

    Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Ritz Crackers!

    Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Ritz Crackers

    Ingredients:

    24 Ritz crackers

    1 cup cookie dough

    12 ounces milk chocolate (semi-sweet or chocolate almond bark also work)

    pastry bag

    RECIPE:

    • 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
    • 1/2 cup (1 stick, 113g) butter, at room temperature
    • 1 cup all-purpose flour
    • teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1/2 teaspoon salt
    • 1/2 cup whole milk
    • 1/2 cup semi-sweet miniature chocolate chips
    1. Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix with hand-mixer until fully incorporated.
    2. Remove bowl from mixer and stir in mini chocolate chips.

    Directions:

    Spread cookie dough onto the tops of 12 crackers using a pastry bag. (I like to have the salted side facing in, but you can spread peanut butter on whatever side you prefer.)

    Place the rest of the crackers on top of the fluff and sandwich them together.

    Melt chocolate in the microwave or over a double boiler. Once chocolate is melted, use a fork to dip the cookie ough cracker sandwich into the chocolate to coat. Shake off any excess and place onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Let chocolate harden at room temperature.

    Here is a video on how I made these:

    Hope you enjoy these as much as we do!

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    Comments

    These are some of my favorite treats! And so simple! I love the different varieties of them you posted!

    I have made these for more years than I can remember. The difference is I use white chocolate. A real hit!

    uhhh yum! The saltiness of Ritz crackers with chocolate! What a good and simple idea! Super excited to try this recipe out!

    Thanks for posting!

    That looks so delicious!
    I have added them to my thanksgiving list as they are so easy to make.
    The video is very good as you realise how easy they are to make!

    How simple, yet creative!

    I ❤ Chocolate and I enjoy this recipe this is very simple.

    Thank you

    Ritz crackers fall apart when you touch them. Not the same quality as they used to be. Can you recommend another brand that is more sturdy?

    I used Ghiardelli melting disks, dark and white and also Nestle’s chips. It was too thick to dip as shown in the video, and the crackers crumbled, even after freezing the sandwiches. Looks easy when someone else does it, I guess.

    Would melted chocolate chips work for dipping?

    These are my absolute favorite cookies. My sister made them for me every Christmas. She passed away so I started making them. We only made the peanut butter version but going to add the Nutella and marshmallow creme ones this Chritmas. Only make for Christmas because they are so addicting I can’t eat them all the time. I would end up weighing 500 lbs.

    Ritz crackers do break but they are worth it. Also I use the choclate almond bark it works the t for dipping and setting up.

    Can these cookies be commercially produced?

    Your recepies are so simple but looks fantastic am definitely going to make them for my chocoholic hubby.

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