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I recently received a plate of "goodies". On it was this great treat - I think it was 2 Ritz crackers covered in white chocolate with peanut butter between them. Does anyone have the recipe for this?
Thanks - and happy holidays to all.
I have a recipe for cracker snacks but they are made with milk chocolate but I'm sure you can use white chocolate.
96 butter-flavored crackers
1 cup creamy peanut butter
1 cu marshmallow cream
2 pounds milk choclate--candy coating, melted
Holiday sprinkes optional
Spread half of the crackers with peanut butter. Spread remaining crackers with marshmallowcreme; place creme side down over peanut butter crackers, forming a sandwich.
Dip sandwiches in melted candy coating, allowing excess to drip off. Place on waxed paper-lined pans; refrigerate for 15minutes or until set. If desired, drizzle with additional candy coating and decorate with sprinkles. Store in an airtight container. Yield: 4 dozen
we do this with ritz crackers using creamy peanut butter and butterscotch gurley brand almond bark. you could do this and use vanilla flavored almond bark also called vanilla coating. not wilton candy coating, but I suppose that would work. Try adding a litle crisco if using the wilton chips.
When I fix these, I just put either crunchy or creamy peanut butter between 2 ritz crackers. When I have as many as I want to make, I put white chocolate chips (or a block of almond bark) in the microwave, melt on high for about 1.5 minutes, stir, return to microwave for about 15 second intervals until melted, stir between intervals. If coating becomes thick before you have finished dipping, add solid vegetable shortening (like crisco) 1 tbsp. at a time. You never use water, milk,food coloring,oil, or butter to thin. Probably the easiest way to melt the bark or chips is in a double boiler and just leave in the boiler while you are dipping to avoid the bark/chips from getting too thick while dipping
I use this method for dipping cookies, peanuts, pretzels and almonds. I freeze any of these for later use. I buy the almond bark/chips during the holidays when it's easy to find.
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