If You Thought Ritz Crackers Didn’t Belong In Desserts – Check This Out!

White Chocolate Bars

If You Thought Ritz Crackers Didn’t Belong In Desserts – Check This Out!

Ashley Rego


If the image above hasn’t convinced you to continue reading, well then, you have the willpower of a saint.

But, if you were so overwhelmingly drawn to the oozing peanut butter, gooey marshmallow fluff and the glitzy sprinkles that you were practically forced to scroll down, I’m right there with you.

Originally discovered on Sweet Caroline’s Cooking, this recipe immediately captured my attention. These white chocolate bars, as Caroline calls them, look deceptively complex. Made from salty Ritz crackers and a few sugary accomplices, these incredibly easy dessert bars are about to win your tastebuds over!


24 oz.white chocolate
50-55 Ritz crackers
1½ cups JIF creamy peanut butter
7 oz. jar marshmallow fluff

Line a 9×13-inch pan with foil. Spray foil with nonstick vegetable oil spray and set aside.
In a double-broiler, melt white chocolate, stirring constantly until smooth.
Remove from heat, then spread half of the white chocolate mixture in the bottom of the prepared pan.
Press Ritz crackers on top of the candy, so that they are touching (roughly 7 rows of 4 crackers).
Spoon 1½ cups peanut butter evenly over the surface of the crackers, then spread with an offset spatula.
Next, spoon marshmallow fluff over the peanut butter and spread with offset spatula (don’t worry if it smears a bit).
Top surface evenly with another row of crackers.
Re-heat remaining white chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds to thin it out, then pour over the top of the Ritz crackers. Spread evenly.
Garnish bars with sprinkles. Cover and refrigerate until firm. Cut bars then serve.


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