Cookie Dough Stuffed Ritz Crackers

Cookie Dough Stuffed Ritz Crackers  – an easy, no-bake, sweet and salty treat using Ritz crackers. Super easy to make with only 3 ingredients! Top the chocolate-covered Ritz cookies with festive sprinkles! A must for parties, bake sales, birthdays, and holiday cookie trays.

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Chocolate Covered Ritz Crackers

These Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Stuffed Ritz Crackers are the ultimate no-bake dessert! Chocolate chip cookie dough sandwiched between Ritz crackers and dipped in chocolate. O-M-YUM! Sweet and salty in every bite. These cookies are ridiculously easy to make with only three ingredients. Perfect if you are in need of a last-minute holiday sweet treat! Everyone gobbles these no-bake cookies up!

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How to Make Cookie Dough Stuffed Ritz Crackers

These Ritz cracker cookies are effortless to make. Start with letting some store-bought edible cookie dough come to room temperature. Place one ball of cookie dough on top of a cracker and gently press over the cracker surface. Top with another cracker to make a sandwich and set aside. Place the chocolate candy melts in a bowl and melt in the microwave until smooth. Use a fork and dip each cracker sandwich into the melted chocolate. Gently shake off any excess chocolate and place the cookie on parchment paper or wax paper-lined cookie sheet. Repeat with remaining cookie sandwiches. Place the baking sheet in the refrigerator and chill until ready to serve. 

  • I use Pillsbury cookie dough. It is safe to eat raw.
  • You can use any flavor of cookie dough you enjoy.
  • I use chocolate almond bark for this recipe. You can substitute any chocolate that you prefer. White chocolate chips, semi-sweet chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips all work great.
    • To melt chocolate chips, place the chocolate in a double boiler with some shortening and melt on low until the chocolate has melted.
    • Use 1 tablespoon of shortening for every cup of chocolate chips.
  • Top the dipped cookies with sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or sea salt. 
    • Use heart sprinkles for Valentine’s Day.
    • Red & green sprinkles for Christmas.
    • Use school/team colored candy melts or sprinkles for football tailgating or a graduation party.
  • Store the cookies in an airtight container in the fridge.
  • Can I freeze Ritz Cracker Cookies? Yes! Once the chocolate has hardened, place the cookies in a freezer bag or airtight container and freeze for a quick snack later.
    • Place wax paper or parchment paper between any layers to keep the cookies from sticking together.
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Easy No-Bake Dessert

These cookies are my go-to quick dessert. I make these for holidays, dinner parties, tailgating, and birthday parties. I always make a double batch and never have any leftovers. Everyone RAVES about these cookies! So, what are you waiting for? Make a batch today!

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Cookie Dough Stuffed Ritz Crackers

Yield: 24 cookies
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Equipment:

Ingredients:

  • 1 (16-oz) package edible chocolate chip cookie dough
  • 48 Ritz crackers
  • 1 (16-oz) package chocolate almond bark

Instructions:

  • Let cookie dough soften for 10 minutes.
  • Place one piece of cookie dough on top of each cracker. Gently press the cookie dough over the cracker. Top with another cracker making a sandwich.
  • Melt the almond bark according to package directions.
  • Using a fork, dunk the sandwiches into the melted chocolate. Cover the crackers completely.
  • Shake off any excess chocolate and place the cookies onto a parchment or wax paper-lined cookie sheet.
  • Top the cookies with any sprinkles or toppings.
  • Let chocolate harden at room temperature or in the refrigerator.

Notes:

dipping ritz crackers into chocolate
  • I use Pillsbury cookie dough. It is safe to eat raw.
  • You can use any flavor of cookie dough you enjoy.
  • I use chocolate almond bark for this recipe. You can substitute any chocolate that you prefer. White chocolate chips, semi-sweet chocolate chips, milk chocolate chips all work great.
    • To melt chocolate chips, place the chocolate in a double boiler with some shortening and melt on low until the chocolate has melted.
    • Use 1 tablespoon of shortening for every cup of chocolate chips.
  • Top the dipped cookies with sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or sea salt. 
    • Use heart sprinkles for Valentine’s Day.
    • Red & green sprinkles for Christmas.
    • Use school/team colored candy melts or sprinkles for football tailgating or a graduation party.
  • Store the cookies in an airtight container in the fridge.
  • Can I freeze Ritz Cracker Cookies? Yes! Once the chocolate has hardened, place the cookies in a freezer bag or airtight container and freeze for a quick snack later.
    • Place wax paper or parchment paper between any layers to keep the cookies from sticking together.

Steph

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  1. These are FANTASTIC! I saw these on Pinterest, and because my husband (and so many people) love eating refrigerated cookie dough…I decided to make them for my Christmas cookie plate this year. Because I personally don’t like eating store bought cookie dough, I didn’t have high expectations…but I thought they were cute and a good conversation piece. I can’t get over how good they are! I’m going to make another batch because they are so terrific and I’m also going to make them again for a New Year’s Eve party at our neighbor’s. Thanks!:)

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