Well, who knew????
Thanks to Wikipedia,
A fluffernutter is a sandwich made with peanut butter and marshmallow creme usually served on white bread. Variations of the sandwich include the substitution of wheat bread and the addition of various sweet, salty and savory ingredients. The term fluffernutter can also be used to describe other food items, primarily desserts, that incorporate peanut butter and marshmallow creme.
For me, these became one of my most popular treats I offered up at our church's Children worship hour.
VERY simple to make. The only tricky part (not complicated, just a little tricky) is to melt the chocolate. Just microwave (see instructions below) in short bursts, 1/2 power and stir in between bursts.
And dip and allow to set and ENJOY!!!
And they did!
Chocolate Covered FLUFFERNUTTER Cookies
- 48 Ritz Crackers
- 48 tsp Smooth Peanut Butter
- 48 tsp Marshmallow Fluff
- 20 OZ (1 big Bag) Milk Chocolate Chips
- Coat the non salty side of 24 Ritz crackers with a dollop of Peanut Butter.
- Repeat with remaining Rits crackers and the Marshmallow Fluff.
- Meanwhile, slowly melt the chocolate chips 1 cup at a time in a microwave safe bowl, 15 second bursts at half power, stir, repeat as needed to get a smooth liquid (it took me 7 "bursts".
- Sandwich a peanut bitter Ritz with a Fluff Ritz, repeat to make 24 cracker cookie pairs.
- Dip each 1/2 way into the chocolate, set onto wax paper, standing upright, allow to dry at least 2 hours for the chocolate to reset (you can speed the process by transferring to the fridge).
- Once dried, repeat the melting and the dipping to completely coat each "Cookie"
- Again, cool so the chocolate sets.
- Serve room temperature and ENJOY!
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