Yummy Cracker Snacks Recipe
- 96 Ritz crackers
- 1 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1 cup marshmallow creme
- 2 pounds milk chocolate candy coating, melted
- Holiday sprinkles, optional
- 1. Spread half of the crackers with peanut butter. Spread remaining crackers with marshmallow creme; place creme side down over peanut butter crackers, forming a sandwich.
- 2. Dip sandwiches in melted candy coating, allowing excess to drip off. Place on waxed paper-lined pans; refrigerate for 15 minutes or until set. If desired, drizzle with additional candy coating and decorate with sprinkles. Store in an airtight container. Yield: 4 dozen.
1 each: 170 calories, 10g fat (6g saturated fat), 0 cholesterol, 89mg sodium, 19g carbohydrate (14g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Yummy Cracker Snacks
"The chocolate candy coating is sold bulk as real milk chocolate coating. It can usually be found where the chocolate chips are. If you don't have access to coating chocolate, you can melt regular milk chocolate chips and dip in that. These sound like the right amount of sweetness and saltiness mixed together. Gonna have fun making these!!"
"EASY FOR KIDS TO DO"
"Where do you find chocolate candy coating?Sounds good will try if I can get the candy coating."
"My family loved these treats! I also made some with white chocolate too. They were such a big hit I've made several batches just this year :)"
"My family expect these every Christmas, but without the marshmallow creme. In fact I made 156 of these today. The freeze very well."
"I've been making these for 3 years now. When I first found this recipe I must of missed the marshmallow creme, so I've been making them without (and will continue to do so). I've used both white and dark chocolate. The first time I made this was for a family gathering. I covered some completely with chocolate and some just half. Most people liked them with just half the chocolate. I like to store and eat these right out of the fridge...YUM! I put the peanut butter into a ziplock back and pipe it onto the cracker. Much faster and less mess!"
"I've made these twice. I used Ritz crackers and Nutella instead of PB since my grandson loves Nutella...so yummy!"
"Oh my! These are so yummy! I wasn't sure if I'd like them so only made 6 at first, but once I tasted one, I made another big batch - my family loved them too! The only thing I changed is I used Ritz crackers."
"thank you al very much, I will be making this very soon"
"I make these year round (and skip the sprinkles unless it's a holiday.) This treat was actually introduced to me by a friend as "PMS Cookies" (haha). Anyways...they are super simple to make, very tasty, and always a winner with friends and family (when I actually share them.) They are also good dipped in White chocolate.I have to ammend my prior review so I can add a tip- I LOVE these with Keebler Town House crackers. They won't be round (since the crackers are oval) but I think the overall taste from the Town House type of crackers is better than other brands- their crackers just taste more buttery and are crisper, for an overall better result."
"I make these year round (and skip the sprinkles unless it's a holiday.) This treat was actually introduced to me by a friend as "PMS Cookies" (haha). Anyways...they are super simple to make, very tasty, and always a winner with friends and family (when I actually share them.) They are also good dipped in White chocolate."
"Made these and even my husband, who doesn't particularly like sweets, LOVES them! Be careful when you are making these that you use just enough peanut butter and marshallow creme to cover the crackers. If you use too much, it will squeeze out and make the covering it more difficult. While dipping these, used also the white candy coating, and these were good, as well. Will make these again!"
"An easy recipe to spend quality time with my granddaughters. They have fun making them and look forward to making them again this year."
"I give it 5 stars for overall taste and appeal but only three as a Christmas cookie idea. It is much easier to mix the PB and Marshmallow Creme together and spread on one cracker. I put the PB and MC in a microwave safe bowl, microwaved for 45 seconds at 50% power and then used a ziplock bag to pipe in onto the cracker. It went much quicker this way."
"these are so good and easy to do I followed the recipe exactly the way it is."
"These are great and easy to make. As for getting the cracker out of the melted chocolate, use a fork. It doesn't matter if it leaves a mark especially if you pipe decorative melted chocolate over the dipped cookie and add holiday sprinkles."
"What is the easy way to get the cracker out after dipping? I use a fork but it leaves marks."
"This is a delicious cookie, fun and easy to make with children. When seeled tight ,stays fresh for a long time. All time favorite at the holidays or anytime!! Will make again!"
"I've made this recipe for the last 40 years using Ritz crackers. Always a hit."
"Last year I substituted part of the batch using graham crackers and just the marshmallow for wintertime s'mores. They were a hit as well!"
"Will definitely try this. I've taken the orange Cheezits, spread with peanut butter, top with another Cheezit, coat in chocolate ... tastes just like a Butterfinger"
"Great = quick = easy to do with little ones...."
"I have made the ones with peanut butter and coated them with white almond bark and they are really good."
"These were a big hit! The people at work loved them and so did all the girl scouts! I personally didn't care for them though. I only used peanut butter and covered them with white/vanilla almond bark and also tried chocolate. The chocolate was the favorite! Will make again and again. Very quick and easy! Perfect because you can decorate them for any holiday!"
"Yum! These were a hit. Definitely a family favorite....I will be making them again."
"I've never tried it with the marshmallow cream-- just crackers and PB. I usually dip about half of them in dark chocolate and half in the white almond bark. If I'm feeling fancy I drizzle the contrasting color over them!"
"I love making these becuase they are so easy and delicious...I like using white candy coating and drizzling them with chocolate...These snacks also make a good addition to holiday gift baskets, and great snacks for kids..."
"I USED KEEBLER CLUB CRACKERS WITH P.B. INSIDE COVERED IN CHOCOLATE. TASTED LIKE A BUTTERFINGER, IN A WAY. I WILL DO THIS AGAIN AND DECORATE THEM WITH VALENTINES SPRINKLES!"
"i USED kEEBLER cLUB CRACKERS WITH P.B. INSIDE. IT WAS LIKE A BUTTERFINGER, IN A WAY. I WOULD DO THIS AGAIN! YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE THE DECORATING FOR VALENTINES OR WHATEVER! FUN!"
"I have not made these yet, however my husband loves fluffernutter sandwiches so these must me good. I am going to make them for our family cookie exchange."
"These are so good,quick and easy."
"I make these with white chocolate, or white bark. All the children and adults love these."
"Hi D.Weaver, So neat to see a local celebrity on here. We love making these crackers. favorite combo of choco & pbutter! (Denver,PA)"
"I have been making these without the marshmallow creme for years. It is definitely the family favorite. I will have to try the marshmallow with the peanut butter."
"these are really nutritional,very tasty,kids love them. i make them every year."
"YUMMY! on hand ingredients make this a can do recipe for any ocassion. Kids love these. Have made several times and plan to make for church kids ( of all ages!) great anytime."
"I have made these for years both with and without the marshmallow. Very quick to make when something unexpected comes up and they are gone just as quickly."
"These are very yummy and easy to makes. I used the white almond bark, snowflake shaped Ritz crackers and snowflake sprinkles. Very cute and festive!"
"They were so good. all my family wanted the recipe. I refered them to the Taste of Home site to get it."
"I love this recipe , even though i left out the marshmallows. It is just right for a quick sweet"
"These are the most simple and well-liked cookie for children's parties. Also very attractive. I make them every year and sometimes for other occasions. Marie Bagan"
"I have been making these for years. The only difference is that I use white almond bark to coat them. This is preferred over the chocolate almond bark by my crowd and friends."
"My family and I have made this recipe, minus the marshmallow creme for many many years. They like them better like ours, say they taste like reeses peanut butter cups."
"We did this many years ago with the small round cheese filled crackers. The grandchildren especially enjoyed making them. They are delicious with the cheese and great for people who cannot eat peanut butter."
"Made these last year for work but did not use the marshmallow cream and they turned out great! Also made something similar with graham crackers instead. YUM!"