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Peanut Butter-RITZ Squares

Peanut Butter-RITZ Squares recipe
photo by:kraft
These yummy no-bake squares are easily made by blending marshmallow creme, peanut butter, crushed crackers and miniature chocolate chips.
25 min
55 min
16 servings, 1 square each
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Easy to make and tasted good. Nice salty sweet flavor. Big hit with my kiddos!
This was the quickest and most delicious dessert! It was very quick to make, didn't require a lot of work or ingredients. I made them for my family one day after work and they were gone within the same hour. Great, great, great!!
Very good and easy recipe. I used creamy peanut butter and added extra of both the marshmallow cream and peanut butter and mine came out great.
Surprisingly good. Very easy to make. Makes a large batch.
It crumbled. I have a bunch of crumbs and I don't know wht to do with it. If it would come out like the picture I would be pleased because it is very good. I wonder what I did wrong to have this come out so poorly. Help ! I would make it again if I knew what I need to do to make it better and can cut it into squares without it turning into crumbs
I tried it with creamy PB, since I'm not a fan of crunchy. Guests loved it... and wanted the recipe immediately. I will try it with crunchy next time!
I followed the previous posters and added a bit extra mallow creme and pb. I also mixed with my hands once I put in the crumbs and chips. They stayed together better that way. Will make again!
The apprearance and taste of these bars is good, and they are easy to make, but I found it hard to get the squares not to crumble. I think maybe a half and half mix of crunchy and smooth peanut butter would have made them easier to work with.
These were described as "Bars of Goodness". They are super easy and kids LOVE them. I used mini M&M's instead of chocolate chips and they were not only great, but also colorful and fun!
OH My Gosh! These were great and so easy. I made them for our Brownie bake sale. This lady came up and bought all of them. The only thing I'd change is add more peanut butter and marshmellow creme. They tended to break apart to easy. But great nibbling!
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