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What I do is I take the crackers and put them in a ziplock bag (I leave them in their bag), then close the ziplock, and use a rolling pin to squish them down right in the bag. Then open and remove the packaging, reseal the ziplock, and use the rolling pin again to roll out any large clumps. I then have my prepared pan with my greased bottom and pour the cracker in the pan. I add the other ingredients, stirring right in the pan, and bake. It is so easy and there is no mess. Hope you find it helpful.
By Bonnie from Brownsville, TX
Beat egg whites until stiff and then beat in sugar. Add Ritz crackers and 1/2 cup nuts. Spread in square pan. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. Let cool, then cover with sliced banana and Cool Whip. Top with 1/4 cup chopped nuts.
By Robin from Washington, IA
This guide is about making Ritz peanut butter cookies. Ritz peanut butter cookies are simple and tasty treat that your family will love any time of year.
Recipe for Ritz Cracker Dessert. Beat egg whites stiff, add 1 cup sugar gradually, add baking powder and continue to beat. Add one-fourth tsp. vanilla. Fold crackers and nuts into egg mixture. . .
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I am looking for a recipe for White Chocolate Ritz crackers.
By carol from Kansas City, MO
Not sure if this is what you were after or not. The ones I have seen are usually just peanut butter between 2 reg or mini ritz crackers and then dipped in chocolate or white chocolate.
video version: http://www.yout ch?v=KzKD2tnavMs
This one also adds marshmallow creme to the pb and then coconut after the choc dipping:
And this post from TF makes them into snowmen:
A couple weeks ago, I bought a box of mini Ritz peanut butter sandwiches, and dipped them in melted chocolate Candyquik. It was super easy to do, and they were well-received by the grown-ups at my daughter's school.
They also have a vanilla flavor. I'm going to use some of that with pretzels and put Christmas sprinkles on them. Perhaps this would work with what you're wanting to do, too.
I have a recipe for Ritz Thin Mints. You take 1 package(8 squares) Bakers Semi-Sweet Chocolate, 1/4 tsp. peppermint extract, 1 sleeve Ritz crackers(36) crackers and 1 candy canecrushed.Make it: Mix chocolate and extract. Dip crackers in chocolate, turning to completely coat each cracker.
My niece, Tiff, makes these; Ritz crackers, Chunky Peanut Butter, White or Chocolate Bark.
Spread crackers w/ peanut butter-top with another cracker-dip in melted bark (micro)-cool on greased wax paper (1 sleeve crackers=4-5 squares bark - Yum!