These chocolate dipped peanut butter graham crackers are just about the easiest dessert that you can make, but they are a FAVORITE over here! Sometimes we’ll use other crackers like Club or Ritz, but the result is always the same. Delish!
Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Graham Cracker Sandwiches
- Graham Crackers
- Peanut Butter
- Melting Chocolate (I like Ghirardelli melting chocolate wafers, but chocolate bark works too)
- Sprinkles in holiday colors
I feel like these are pretty self explanatory, but I’ll share how we make then anyway.
Step 1: Break the graham crackers into quarters.
Step 2: Spread each graham cracker with a light coating of peanut butter and add another cracker on top to make a sandwich.
Step 3: Dip in melted chocolate and place on a baking sheet lined with waxed or parchment paper.
Note: you can dip the entire graham cracker sandwich into chocolate and they will stay fresh a bit longer (graham crackers when left out should be eaten within 24 hours or they go stale). To dip the entire cracker, place it in the chocolate and spoon chocolate over it to spread. Flip over and remove with a fork.
Step 4: Add sprinkles. Refrigerate until set, about 10 minutes.
Make a big batch of these peanut butter graham crackers because these will go quickly!
What other crackers can you use to make graham cracker sandwiches?
Saltines and Ritz crackers are both delicious with peanut butter inside and dipped in chocolate.
How Long Will These Sandwiches Stay Fresh?
These are best eaten within 24 hours. Graham crackers get soft quickly when left out, especially when spread with peanut butter or frosting. Other crackers like Ritz stay fresh longer. If you dip the entire sandwich they will stay fresh a bit longer.
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