Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers

Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers – an awesomely easy-to-make salty-sweet, caramel-chocolate combo. Trust me. A match made in Heaven.
Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers - an awesomely easy-to-make salty-sweet, caramel-chocolate combo. Trust me. A match made in Heaven.

Need a Rolo recipe?  Who doesn’t, right ? Ritz and Rolo ?! I am sold!! Well here you go candy and cracker addicts.

It’s Tuesday! A good day to make life taste better!  And that means that sometimes things just need to be easy, simple, uncomplicated. With just 2 ingredients.
I usually give you guys a page full of dialogue, but sometimes I think just sharing dessert is enough.

Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers are definitely a unique party snack idea that’s incredibly easy to make, and if you ever need a last minute treat for anything, you’ll be happy to have this idea in your back pocket. I will never be able to look at Rolo candy and Ritz Cracker the same way again.

Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers - an awesomely easy-to-make salty-sweet, caramel-chocolate combo. Trust me. A match made in Heaven.

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Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 10
Ingredients
  • 10 Rolo Candies
  • 20 Ritz Crackers
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Place half of the Ritz crackers on a baking sheet face side down, and top each one with a Rolo candy.
  3. Bake for 3-5 minutes, until chocolate is soft and not melted.
  4. Remove from the oven and immediately top with remaining crackers, and press down to create a sandwich.
  5. Cool completely.


If you’re looking for another creative Rolo candy dessert idea, check out this MINIONS COOKIE CANDY-BAR PIE by Happy Hooligans

Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers - an awesomely easy-to-make salty-sweet, caramel-chocolate combo. Trust me. A match made in Heaven.

Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers - an awesomely easy-to-make salty-sweet, caramel-chocolate combo. Trust me. A match made in Heaven.

15 thoughts on “Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers

  1. Barbara Lakefield

    Those look so easy. Have you tied peanut butter cups? Thank you for a new quick recipe to make for the kids.

    Reply
  2. Amy Smith

    Oh yum! I think I might have to dip these in melted chocolate and add red & green sprinkles for a Christmas cookie!

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  3. Teri

    How about making with a mini Peanut butter cup instead of the Rolo as a different alternative….dont get me wrong the Rolo sounds great too….gonna try both ways

    Reply
  4. Stephen Paparatto

    OK, I have to ask. Since you are not actually baking anything, you are merely melting the chocolate why not do this in the microwave? Quicker and doen’t heat up the kitchen

    Reply

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