Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Guest Post: Rolo Stuffed Crackers

Today I've got a little treat for you all - a guest post recipe!

Even though she's Canadian, Melissa's blog, Dreams and Colour, has international appeal; from favorite recipes to her daily adventures, there's something for everyone. Addicted to her Kindle and in a love/sometimes-not-love-so-much-but-still-a-die-hard-fan relationship with the New York Rangers, Melissa can be found raising money for non-profits, advocating for persons with Alzheimer's disease and their care partners, and being active with Brock University Alumni; among many, many other activities. Melissa constantly finds new projects to take on, thus eliminating any chance of spare time. No matter what she's doing, Melissa is always laughing and leading a life full of Dreams and Colour.


Anyone who knows me will tell you that I am busy. I am busy with work, side projects, blogging, volunteering, socializing...I am just busy! I always have a lot on the go, but I can't complain...I love my life! Being busy means that I am not a domestic goddess. I do not have time to craft, DIY, decorate or cook. 

So, in my spare time...well not spare time because I don't have any but I am interested in getting some...I was always on the lookout for something easy, quick and delicious to make. Everyone needs to have a pot luck specialty and an easy 'treat' to pull together when unexpected guests show up. 

I'm more than happy to share with Raewyn's reader's my impress-people-with-my-domestic-skills-recipe, Rolo Stuffed Crackers!!
You will need:
  • Rolos
  • Ritz Crackers
 I couldn't find regular sized Rolo so I used Mini Rolo.
Place crackers on a cookie sheet, top with Rolo (because they were Mini, I used two per cracker) and bake at 350 until chocolate is melted. I baked them for about 5 minutes. The chocolate won't be melted, but will be soft enough that when you press the second cracker down, the Rolo will get squished. I've actually made this even simpler and have used the microwave (heat for 20 seconds) to melt the chocolate.

Top with a second cracker, let cool and enjoy.
That's it! How easy is that?!?!? I can't tell you how many times I've made these, but every time I get tons of compliments! Even busy girls can be (fake) domestic goddesses! 

Thanks Raewyn for letting me guest post. You can find me at my blog Dreams and Colour.

Oh my, my these look so delicious and easy! I love whenever someone gives me an easy recipe because I'm usually on the go, too! I'm definitely adding this one to my go-to recipes! Thanks for sharing, Melissa!!

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