I’ve been obsessed with this chocolate covered peanut butter cracker recipe. Oh, that name is a mouthful, really there’s no easy way to name this recipe, ironic because this recipe is so easy to make. It’s a delicious bite of chocolate, peanut butter, and a little bit of salty cracker. So I thought, how can I make this simple and delicious recipe adorable for Easter? This recipe post contains a few affiliate links so you can purchase these products without ever leaving your comfy seat, how awesomely convenient is that?
Even a novice decorator like me could make these into little baby owls and chicks, so anyone can do it. Well…I did make the first couple, then I made AJ do the rest, because he has such steady hands compared to me. He’s definitely the dessert decorator in our house.
These are supposed to look like hatching chicks, I probably could have used a thinner incing and filled the yellow part in, but I think they turned out pretty darn cute with minimal work.
Then we have the baby owls. Kind of like Hooty the owl on Paw Patrol, yes I know too much about Paw Patrol.
I actually bought the little Wilton candy eyes from Amazon. I knew I could probably find them in town, but I didn’t want to go looking through several stores. The yellow icing is just a tube of yellow Wilton icing, but you have to make sure you purchase the icing tips as well. I use Ghiradelli melting chocolate, I find that you have to purchase 2 bars to have a substantial amount, but oh it’s the tastiest. Wow, I used a lot of Wilton products for this project without realizing it, I promise this post is not sponsored by Wilton, they just have the best decorating supplies.
|Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Chicks and Baby Owls recipe for Easter|| |
- Spread the peanut butter on one cracker and place another cracker on top to make a cracker sandwich.
- Dip half of the batch in white chocolate, the other half of your crackers will be in milk chocolate.
- Remember to place the eyes before the chocolate hardens.
- Refrigerate crackers for about an hour, or until chocolate is hardened.
- Use yellow icing to pipe on the rest of the details!