This post is sponsored by RITZ Crackers. All opinions are entirely my own.
No-Bake Chocolate Almond Butter RITZ Bars are easy, tasty and fantastic to serve over the holiday season.
I have made this type of no-bake bar many times. What I love about this recipe is how versatile it is.
You can switch the nut butter you use, of course, to satisfy your taste buds, and use crushed pretzels instead of raw almonds.
It is all about creating your own tasty holiday RITZ bar and using your imagination to the fullest extent.
I partnered with RITZ Crackers to create a recipe that would be excellent for the holidays. I realized that I have never posted this rather charming dessert that my family and friends surely love.
Since I have three teenagers, RITZ Crackers are always in my pantry. Thankfully we have family size crackers in stores these days, so it is like buying in bulk, which I favor.
To be honest, I really like it because I can create quick bites, pack them in my kid’s lunch box, add an addition for a charcuterie board, or make a dessert using RITZ Crackers.
These No-Bake Chocolate Almond Butter RITZ Bars are perfect for holiday entertaining. Not too sweet, swift to make, packed with great quality ingredients, and if I may add very delicious.
I urge all you, moms and dads, or grandparents to grab a box or two over the holiday season. Create mindful memories by making your own RITZ recipe with your beautiful kids and grandkids.
I have always included my children in preparing tasty meals and sweet treats, especially over the holidays.
There is nothing more special. It has become a sort of tradition in my household so we cannot wait until the season is here.
Rollback offer at Walmart Family Size RITZ crackers on Rollback for $2,98.
What a great way to save during the holiday season?!
Hey, if you make something tasty using RITZ Family Size Crackers and get inspired by my sweet treat please tag me on Instagram. @sandraseasycooking using hashtag #sandraseasycooking as well as #RITZCrackers
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- Gluten-Free Banana Cocoa Muffins
- Strawberry Jello Summer Salad
- Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
- Pumpkin spice cookies
These tasty bars are incredibly easy and tasty sweet treats.
- 5 oz (143g) RITZ Crackers, crushed
- 1/4 cup (45 g) unsalted butter, melted
- 1 cup (113g) raw almonds, crush with a food processor
- 3 oz (60g) granulated sugar
- 6 oz (170g) almond butter
- 12-16 oz chocolate chips
- 2 tbsp almond butter
- Shaved chocolate
- Using the back of the fork crush crackers then mix with melted butter.P
- lace raw almond in the food processor or a blender and crush until you get grainy grounded almonds; add to the crushed crackers and butter mixture.
- Add sugar and almond butter. Combine it well.
- Line your baking down with wax paper or parchment paper. The best way is to brush the bottom and sides of the baking pan with butter or oil and line the paper over it so it sticks.
- Now transfer the crust mixture to the baking pan.
- Oil your hands and press the crust mixture evenly. Pack it very well to the bottom and a bit to the side.
- Begin making the chocolate topping; Melt chocolate chips according to the product instructions. When the chocolate is completely melted mix in almond butter.
- 7Spread evenly on top of the crust. I oil my took or a wider knife to spread it evenly and effectually.
- Place in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Slice however you desire and enjoy!
- You may garnish with shaved chocolate and almonds.
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