Happy Thursday! This past weekend, I hosted our annual kids' cookie party and cookie exchange. I make a bunch of sugar cookies for the kids to ice and decorate as they please, and the moms bring a batch or two of their favorite cookies to share. We go around the table with tins, baggies, or boxes and load up on a variety of delicious treats!
One of my go-tos is always chocolate covered peanut butter Ritz crackers. My mom's friend would always make these when I was a kid, and I love gifting these to neighbors and co-workers. I've even given them as a bridal shower favor because they're just so darn delicious (and super simple!)
* 2+ sleeves of Ritz crackers (I like to use the snowflake ones because they don't waste as much chocolate as the regular ones.)
* Peanut butter
* Chocolate bark (If you're in Texas, I swear by the HEB brand in the tray. Way easy to clean up and melts evenly.)
This will yield approximately 25-30 cookies.
* Dab peanut butter on a cracker and top with another cracker to form a sandwich.
* Heat up your chocolate tray and then use a fork to cover each sandwich in chocolate.
* Allow the cookies to dry and harden on wax paper. Then, store in an airtight container (or eat them all as fast as you can so you don't have to share!)
I'm back tomorrow for Friday Favorites. I'll be sharing ideas for hostess gifts! See you soon!