I bought a box of Ritz crackers and a bag of Rolos a week or two ago because I knew I was going to do this pin for Rolo stuffed Ritz crackers.
When I went to the cabinet this morning, this is how many Ritz crackers were left.
It’s possible that I have a Ritz-pilfering house elf, but it’s more likely that my husband found them and ate them all.
I did manage to hold on to most of the Rolos… although I may have had 7 of them for breakfast this morning. (What? 7 is one serving. No judging.)
I feel like a dumbass posting process pictures of this because, come on, guys, all I’m doing is putting a Rolo on a Ritz and melting it.
The original post didn’t say how long to leave them in the oven, but mine were in there for about 8 minutes.
Another cracker on top, and done. My kind of baking.
Lest ye think these turned out perfectly, because how could they not, I shall once again demonstrate that I am capable of fucking anything up. A couple of them spooged caramel.
Even still, I would say that they generally looked like the original.
I was sort of expecting them to taste like something greater than the sum of Ritz and Rolos, but they didn’t really. I would have preferred a higher Rolos-to-Ritz ratio, actually. They were a little bit too salty for me. (You like all the math in that paragraph? Yeah buddy.)
But, hey, if you’re a useless-sack-of-dicks type of person in the kitchen, like me, this one might be good to keep in your file.