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Chocolate Fluffernutter Cookies

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My gramma was an amazing cook. She could rock an enchilada like nobody’s business.  She would make brownies with walnuts taste like brownies with gold inside.  She was incredible in a lot of ways!  One of the great memories I hold onto is when she introduced me to a weird sandwich she ate when she was young – Fluffernutter!

Fluffernutter is marshmallow fluff and peanut butter together.  Sounds sweet, doesn’t it?  It IS!  She didn’t create “fluffernutter,” – it’s been around for ages in many different forms.  This is her Fluffernutter sandwich cookie recipe- with a little bit of a twist!

You’ll be able to make about 24 cookies with this recipe.  It takes just 4 ingredients and takes only about 15 minutes to make an entire batch, ready to eat!

As for your sprinkles – there are TONS of options out there. These are some of my favorite brands of grab sprinkles:

What you need:

  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup marshmallow fluff
  • 10 oz (5 squares) chocolate candy coating
  • 48 Ritz Crackers
  • sprinkles (optional)

Make them:

Lay out crackers, upside down on a wax paper-lined cookie sheet.

In a small bowl, mix the peanut butter and marshmallow fluff until completely combined and smooth.

Place about 1/2 tablespoon on one cracker, and place another on top.

Melt candy coating in microwave until smooth.

Dip crackers in chocolate, and add sprinkles, nuts, graham crumbs or other fun toppings.

Let dry on wax paper, then enjoy!

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5 from 7 votes

Chocolate Fluffernutter Cookies

These fun fluffernutter cookies are surprisingly delicious, with a wonderful mix of sweet & salty!

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup marshmallow fluff
  • 10 oz 5 squares chocolate candy coating
  • 48 Ritz Crackers
  • sprinkles optional

Instructions

  • Lay out crackers, upside down on a wax paper-lined cookie sheet.
  • In a small bowl, mix the peanut butter and marshmallow fluff until completely combined and smooth.
  • Place about 1/2 tablespoon on one cracker, and place another on top.
  • Melt candy coating in microwave until smooth.
  • Dip crackers in chocolate, and add sprinkles, nuts, graham crumbs or other fun toppings.
  • Let dry on wax paper, then enjoy!

Jeni’s Disclaimer: I’m just a regular girl.  I love to drink wine while I bake.  I’m by no means a professional baker or pro photographer. My creations aren’t staged, they just are what they are, and that’s probably obvious from the pictures.  I create my recipes from inspiration of scents and flavors around me. I also repurpose my grandma’s old recipes. If you love to bake and your food ends up looking like REAL food, and not like something you’ll see on Instagram, you’re in the right place.

12 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    It’s fun that these are made on Ritz crackers. I like the salty/sweet combination.

  2. 5 stars
    We love fluffernutters and I never knew you could do a cookie version. Looks so yummy

  3. Christa's Christa Reply

    Could you use something besides ritz crackers? I really dont like those kinds of crackers. I feel like this would taste better with a sweeter cracker.

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      I suppose you could, although Ritz ARE considered sweet crackers – which is why they work so well with this recipe!

  4. 5 stars
    wow that great cookie i like that yew put have half
    the cookies and then i bet they taste good

  5. gloria patterson Reply

    5 stars
    It blows my mind all the way creative people have used Ritz Crackers to make wonderful treats. Have to admit I never ate the flufferutter sandwich just looked to big and to sweet. These cookies I could for.

  6. gloria patterson Reply

    5 stars
    I made these for my great nieces birthday party……………….. everyone loved them So quick and easy

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