Peanut Butter – Graham Chocolate Bars


Hi there friends!  I hope you’re having a great summer weekend!

My “recipe” today is for a simple and fun treat that is perfect for the weekend.  Everyone in the family can help put them together. 🙂

Depending on your summer climate where you live, you might not have to refrigerate them.  Here in the 120 degree desert, we most definitely keep them in the freezer. 🙂  While it will be a little easier to make these during the cooler months here, they sure are a nice addition to our traditional cold treats such as ice cream and popsicles.

Remember, I function on creativity.  These could be made with so many different crackers or cookies and fillings.  The last time I made them, I used marshmallow cream in the middle and made an “inside-out s’mores” bar. A nice, cool twist on a s’more, right?

Here’s how I made this batch…


Peanut Butter - Graham Chocolate Bars


  • chocolate flavored almond bark
  • graham crackers (1 full cracker for each bar)
  • peanut butter
  • popsicle sticks, if desired


  • Line baking sheet with waxed or parchment paper.
  • Carefully break each graham cracker in half.
  • Spread peanut butter on one cracker and place popsicle stick in peanut butter.  Top with second cracker and place on baking sheet.  Repeat until all crackers are used.
  • Place baking sheet in freezer for 15-20 minutes (this makes dipping easier).
  • Melt almond bark in microwave according to package directions (I melt 1/2 of desired amount at a time).
  • Remove peanut butter filled crackers from freezer and dip in melted almond bark to coat.  Return to baking sheet.
  • Freeze until solid and store in freezer or fridge until just before ready to serve (during cooler months, they don’t need to be refrigerated).


Enjoy! ❤


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