Three Step Cookies
You know I love a good 3-ingredient recipe, so when I saw these “Three Step Cookies” I couldn’t wait to try them. In fact, there are no-bake and all you will need is a microwave!
Keep reading for the recipe…
The name says it all: in only 3 easy steps, you will have a yummy no-bake snack! Start with Ritz crackers, creamy peanut butter, and white chocolate.
1) Spread peanut butter on the crackers to make sandwiches.
2) Melt the white chocolate. (My new KitchenAid microwave worked like a dream!)
3) Dip the sandwiches in the chocolate and allow set.
That’s it! These cookies are in a cookbook by the amazing Anna Ginsberg. It’s called “The Daily Cookie” and features a recipe for every single day of the year. (Yes, even one for February 29th!)
Anna also shares recipes on her blog, Cookie Madness. Take a peek and be sure to pick up her book: The Daily Cookie: 365 Tempting Treats for the Sweetest Year of Your Life
Not only is Anna an extraordinary blogger and cookbook author, she is also an incredibly accomplished award-winning cook! In 2006 Anna took home the $1,000,000 grand prize in the Pillsbury Bake-Off and is a member of the Cooking Contest Central “Hall of Fame.“
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from “The Daily Cookie” by Anna Ginsberg
80 round butter crackers, such as Ritz
About 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
2 1/2 pounds white candy melts (or any type of white chocolate you are comfortable melting and dipping with)
1. Using the crackers and the peanut butter, make forty little sandwiches
2. Melt the white chocolate in a double boiler or microwave-safe dish using a low setting and stirring every 30 seconds. If using candy melts, follow the directions on the package.
3. Dip the sandwiches in the melted chocolate or set them on a wire rack and drizzle the chocolate over the top so that it falls down the sides. Let the white coating set before serving.
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