Friday, November 16, 2012

Peanut Butter Crackers Dipped in White Chocolate

My club at school, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), planned a Thanksgiving meal for the pastors in our area. I typically would bake something, but I wasn't going to be there that day. I also decided since I had no time because of school, that I would make something delicious and easy. Peanut butter crackers dipped in white chocolate are so good. They are a favorite among my friends and my mom. They are also the perfect snack when you want something a bit salty and sweet. When I got my container back from the meal, they were all gone! It's so hard not to eat more than one. These little cookies take 15 minutes to make.
Ritz Crackers
Jif Peanut Butter
White Chocolate Bark

Step One:
Create your peanut butter crackers.

Step Two:
Break up your white chocolate and melt it. You can melt it in a double boiler or in the microwave. I did mine in the microwave for 1 minute and would stop it half way to stir.  (Repeat again.) Sometimes white chocolate can easily seize when it has too much heat; make sure you take a break to stir!

Step Three:
The messiest step. Take your peanut butter crackers and dip them in the white chocolate and sit them on a pan to dry. It usually takes 5-10 minutes for them to dry.


Later this week, my next blog post will be what dessert I'm cooking for Thanksgiving, so keep checking up on the blog! 

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