Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Ritz + Candy Bars = H.E.A.V.E.N.

OMG. Oh. Em. Gee.

The next time someone asks you to bring a dessert somewhere, do yourself a favor and make these. Seriously. They are the epitome of fast, cheap, and easy. And, holy cow, they are good.

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I saw a similar recipe on Pinterest using Rolos … and I thought … ‘Mmm, that would be GOOD’. But, dude, I don’t have Rolos. And I rarely, if ever, buy them. BUT, I did have a bunch of bite sized candy bars that I bought at Costco to bribe my Sunday school class. BINGO!

So … here’s what you need:

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Ritz Crackers
A boat load of bite sized candy bars (or Rolos, if you have them)

Directions:

Heat oven to 250*. Lay a pan full Ritz crackers, salty side down, on a cookie sheet. Place one candy bar on each cracker. Bake in oven for 5 minutes. Place another Ritz cracker, salty side up, on top, and press down to create a ‘sandwich’. Holyfreakingcrap. These are so dang good.

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I used Snickers, Milky Way, and Milky Way Midnight … Milky Way is by far my favorite. And for real … ask me to bring a dessert? You’re getting these. Stupid easy. Stupid delicious. WINNING!

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3 comments:

  1. LOVE this idea!!! Thanks so much for sharing, I have been searching for ideas to use up a bag of mini milky ways, snicker, etc... This is Perfect, and I am super excited my 2 young kiddos can actually help me make these :)

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  2. It had been years since I had one of my favorite candy bars ~ Milky Way ~ so, one night, when I was standing in line at the checkout, I decided to get one. The first bite was so over-the-top sweet that I couldn't make myself eat any more of it. On a whim, I decided to try it with a Ritz cracker to cut into the cloying sweetness & it was pretty good. I decided look online to see if anyone had a recipe with Ritz crackers & Mlky Way and found yours. I tried it & loved it even more melted & warm. Last night I bought a bag of miniature Milky Way candy bars & some whole pecans. I put a whole pecan on top of each piece of melted Milky Way after taking it out of the oven & topped them off with another cracker. I just got finished eating 3 of them & they were wonderful! Next time I might try them with cashews or hazenuts. Thanks for your great idea.

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  3. Yes i am totally agreed with this article and i just want say that this article is very nice and very informative article.I will make sure to be reading your blog more. You made a good point but I can't help but wonder, what about the other side? !!!!!!THANKS!!!!!! bulk candy

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