One definition of philosophy is a guideline, or set of beliefs, principles, or endeavors underlying somebody’s practice or conduct. After seeing recipes from Joan at Chocolate, Chocolate and More Chocolate and reading her page, her life’s philosophy is inspirational.
Honestly, who would not stop at a blog called Chocolate, Chocolate and More Chocolate? Jaan is a firm believer that chocolate makes everything better and the smell of something baking in the kitchen can completely change an attitude. Joan’s blog goal is to have readers join her in baking adventures. She says “It won’t be fancy but it will be fun. I’ll share some of my favorite tried and true recipes along with testing out new recipes.”
Today I share with you Joan’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwiches from her Chocolate and Peanut Butter series.
Graham Crackers-broken in half – I used 2 sleeves
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1 pound Almond Candy Bark – I ran a little short and melted chocolate chips to finish off the sandwiches
White Chocolate Chips – Optional
Melt chocolate candy bark.
Place graham crackers on a wax paper lined cookie sheet.
Dip crackers, one at a time, in the chocolate. Joan suggested to leave a small corner to hold the cracker without chocolate for the whole process. It made everything easier!
Be sure to let excess chocolate drip off.
Place back on wax paper and continue dipping the rest of your crackers.
Joan recommends: If you want the chocolate to set up faster, place in the refrigerator. NOT THE FREEZER!
Combine your peanut butter and powdered sugar. – I warmed up my peanut butter in the microwave before mixing in the powdered sugar.
Spread over the tops of your chocolate covered crackers.
Spoon chocolate over the tops of your crackers.
Make sure to let excess chocolate drip off. Place back on waxed paper to set up.
Just for fun, I melted some white chocolate chips to decorate the sandwiches up a little.
I stored them in an air tight container in the refrigerator.
If you are Chocolate and Peanut Butter fan this is a must try recipe! It’s simple, no-bake and holds true that chocolate (and peanut butter) makes everything better!