RITZ COOKIES RECIPE: These chocolate peanut butter Ritz cookies are simple and do not require baking. Cookies made with Ritz crackers are the ideal choice for a sweet treat. Irresistible is the combination of sweet and salty flavors!
RITZ COOKIES RECIPE
Together with my family, I spent my childhood cooking and enjoying Ritz Cookies. Although they are called cookies, there is no baking involved in making them. A delicacy that does not require baking, these chocolate peanut butter Ritz cracker cookies are a breeze to make.
They are not flashy, but they are wonderful! To put it simply, you take a Ritz cracker, smear peanut butter on it, then place another cracker on top of it, and then pour chocolate over the cracker sandwich. Additionally, I prefer to add flaky sea salt because it makes the sensation of both sweet and salty much more enjoyable.
We never fail to prepare Ritz cookies throughout the holiday season due to the fact that they are simple to prepare and that everyone enjoys them. They evoke a lot of fond memories!
What could possibly be more delicious than combining chocolate and peanut butter, especially when accompanied by a cracker that is both crunchy and salty? It is true that you are aware! In addition, if you haven’t already tried them, what are you waiting for?
- 48 ritz crackers
- 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
- 2 3/4 cups chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil, optional
- Flaky sea salt or sprinkles, optional
- Using wax paper or parchment paper, line a large baking sheet with the ingredient.
- The baking sheet should have a total of 24 crackers placed on it, with some space between each individual cracker. Approximately half a tablespoon of peanut butter should be inserted into the middle of each cracker. An additional cracker should be pressed gently onto the peanut butter layer in order to create a sandwich cookie. The remaining crackers should be repeated.
- The chocolate chips and coconut oil, if using, should be placed in a big bowl that is appropriate for use in the microwave. Stir the mixture in between each 30-second burst of microwave cooking until it is almost completely melted. Be careful not to overcook the chocolate; if you do, it will become gritty and clumpy. A double boiler is another method that can be utilized to melt the chocolate.
- Once the chocolate has melted, place a sandwich made of crackers into the chocolate before serving. To ensure that the sandwich is completely covered with chocolate, you should use two forks to move it about in the chocolate. Make use of one of the forks in order to remove the sandwich biscuit from the chocolate. The excess chocolate can be removed by tapping the fork on the side of the bowl in a gentle manner.
- After transferring to the baking sheet that has been lined, sprinkle the mixture with sprinkles and/or sea salt, if desired. You should keep dipping the cookies until all of them have been dipped. Proceed until each and every cookie has been dipped.
- Give the cookies some time to rest so that the chocolate may firm. You can hasten the process by placing the baking sheets in the refrigerator. This will allow you to use them more quickly.