Microwave ritz cracker cookies

Microwave ritz cracker cookies

MICROWAVE RITZ CRACKER COOKIES 1 pkg. chocolate almond bark 1 box Ritz crackers 1 sm. jar peanut butter Melt several squares almond bark in a glass bowl in the microwave until melted when stirred.

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    MICROWAVE RITZ CRACKER COOKIES


    1 pkg. chocolate almond bark
    1 box Ritz crackers
    1 sm. jar peanut butter

    Melt several squares almond bark
    in a glass bowl in the microwave
    until melted when stirred.
    Spread peanut butter between 2 Ritz
    crackers. Sandwich together. Dip crackers

    into melted chocolate almond bark.
    Place on a cookie sheet. Remove when
    chocolate coating is hardened.
    Variation: Instead of Ritz crackers,
    Wheat Thins also work well.
    JoAnn
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    Ooooh...these sound good. I think I might try this one for my GS party
    Thanks

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    jaime,

    They are good, And soo easy to make.
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    My kind of recipe. Thanks.

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    I have always loved to make goodies in the kitchen but have gotten to where I can't stand but a few minutes at a time. These sound really good and I think I could make them. Thank you so much.

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