When my daughter was little, we used to go through boxes and boxes of crackers. Whenever she wanted a snack and we didn’t know what else to give her, or she wouldn’t take anything else, we could always give her a cracker and she would be satisfied. As she got older, she stopped eating so many crackers, but I never really stopped buying them. After a while, we had quite the stash going on the cupboard of her favorite Ritz crackers. What was I going to do with all those?
My sister invited us over for a little kid painting party one day, so I decided I was going to take the crackers. I just happened to see this recipe for a cracker dessert on Group Recipes and it sounded like something both the kids and adults could get on board with.
These were so easy to make, especially seeings as I already had everything needed to make them in my kitchen. They were a huge hit among all the little ones, and the parents like them too!
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes. Photo credits go to Lucy’s Nashville Nest.
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Quick Tip: White chocolate chips will work in this recipe as well.