Saturday, March 13, 2010

chocolate dipped yummy

I'm linking up with Tatertots and Jello for their Saturday "Weekend Wrap Up Party" to share something I've made over the past couple of weeks ... complete with the recipe and/or directions. I happened to have taken a picture of these chocolate dipped yummies that I made for my bunch. It doesn't matter how many I make, it's never enough! ...and to top it off, they are soooo easy! All you need is peanut butter, Ritz crackers and milk chocolate almond bark. First, make peanut butter "sandwiches" with the Ritz. Melt 2-3 blocks of the bark in a microwavable bowl or cup. Using a spoon to completely cover the cracker sandwiches, dip them in the melted chocolate. Place them on waxed paper until hardened. (Use sprinkles if desired!). Grab the ones that you want 'cause they disappear quickly!

Visit Tatertots and Jello for links to some great ideas and to link up yours!

35 comments:

Kelli @ RTSM said...

Yum! We make these around Christmas time...but I never thought to add the sprinkles! They look so cute and festive with the sprinkles!

~Issy said...

Going to make these for my MOPS table! Those look like an amazing treat!

The Girl Creative said...

Oh goodness, those look soooooo yummy!!! :)

a little bit of everything said...

Thanks for visiting my blog - I am visiting back! We seem to share similar interest in side buttons. I have become a follower and invite you to do the same!

Linda said...

I would hate to know how many WW points are in one of these goodies...they look soooo yummie!

Blessings,
Linda

Jenn said...

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog {redberrybarn}, you are too sweet!
You have a fantastic blog, we totally have the same taste!
Have a delightful day!
Jenn

ApachesPrincess said...

We do the same thing only using the club crackers! Delicious!

Kelsey said...

ooh my goodness. These look divine!

Nancy Jacobs Basketmaster said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Your blog is so pretty and your photography is beautiful.
Nancy

Crafty Girls Workshop said...

Hi Mary Beth,
I wanted to say HI from New Friend Friday! Cute blog! I'm a follower, and I'll be back!

Anna

DOEHLER DAYS said...

Thanks for stopping by Doehler Days. Your blog is very cute. Have a great week.

anna banana said...

Hi Mary Beth! Oh these look sooo yummy. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a nice comment. Your blog is just sweet and yummy too. Love all your bunny and cupcake creations. I think we are kin in our love of all things bunny, cupcake, vintage and sparkly! I'm a new follower too. Have a lovely week.

Laney said...

These would be so good for St Patty's Day. Thanks!

CourtneyKeb said...

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Erin A said...

Whoa, those look awesome!!! Yummm.

Also thanks for your sweet comments about my sign, I was pleasantly surprised by how well it turned out!! Thanks for visiting my blog. :)

Have a great week!

Kimbo West said...

these look delicious!!! yum.

Angie said...

Thanks for stopping by. We are 2 hours south of Macon. I love your Scrapbook store!

Thanks!

Angie

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Yum, I missed the party...Next Saturday :)
Thank you for following my blog, looking forward to know you more :)
Gros bisous
Frenchy

Tami said...

Oh my those looks so yummy...thanks for stopping by and becoming a follower....glad you found me, your blog is so adorable. Love the set you ordered from Pottery Barn too!!

Nicole said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog-It's a Sweet Life. I'm glad to have met you! These look amazing! I will have to try them for sure!

Kaysi said...

Those look so yummy!!! They look so pretty that I would hesitate to eat them, for about two seconds :)
Kaysi
Keeping it Simple

Beckie said...

Oh I just LOVE your blog! Those look so yummy....thanks for stopping by my blog and for the comment love :) Have a great Monday!

Holly said...

I have heard some stories of Ritz crackers and chocolate mixed together...and now you are adding peanut butter...yummy! I am really going to have to try this...with the PB of course. Thank yo for stopping by 504 Main...you have a lovely blog...I will be a new follower. If all goes well, my DIY Day project will be up later today!

Holly
504 Main

4thel0ve said...

thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting!
i quite enjoyed going through a pile of your old posts. ill be sure to come back!

Lori said...

Thanks for stopping by today and leaving your sweet comment...
I'm glad you found me!
I love your blog!

I host a party every Thursday called Get Your Craft on and I would love for you come by and join in the fun!
http://lifeaslori.blogspot.com

The Frugal Designer said...

thakns for stopping by my blog, i am now following you! yay! and these looks soooo yummy!

Sausha said...

thanks for stopping by my blog today, i love your blog background, so cute, and i LOVE your "fake" cupcakes

Sausha @ {show & tell}

Hannah Braden said...

Sounds delicious!! Love you blog :)

Leanne said...

Those look so yummy. I'll have to make them, my kids would love them. Thanks for stopping by earlier.

Stephenie from Decorating Addiction said...

Yum! I am a chocolate lover! I am definitely going to have to try to make some. Thanks for sharing!

jenjen said...

OMG - those look so good! I need to make some of those!

Thanks so much for linking up to my party! I really appreciate it!

XOXO
Jen

Lisa said...

oh wow...my stomach is growling just looking at these!

Gayle said...

These look fabulous. :-) Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. Hope your weekend is perfect.

Michelle said...

Delicious! I going to have to make some of those! :o)
Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for inviting me over to yours! :o)

MaryJanes and Galoshes said...

These look so yummy! Thanks for stopping by today.