We made these lollipops for Easter 4 years ago, and in one of hosting moves, all the picture links became broken.
So today, I am sharing these Easy Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Cracker Lollipops again. You really could make them any time of the year, but at Easter time, you can use the Townhouse crackers to look like eggs.
Here’s how I made them:
- Since I didn’t have Townhouse crackers, we cut the corners off Keebler Clubhouse crackers.
- We spread peanut butter on one cracker and then put another cracker on top to make a sandwich.
- Then we put a popsicle stick between the crackers.
- Before doing the next step, freeze the lollipops so that the stick does not slide out.
- I had some white almond bark and green Wilton’s candy melts in my freezer from my Christmas baking. I melted the chocolate and spooned the chocolate over both sides of the lollipop.
- Then I laid the lollipop down on wax paper that I had placed on my counter.
- While the chocolate was still wet, I sprinkled Easter sprinkles on top of the lollipop.
- Townhouse crackers
- peanut butter
- popsicle sticks
- almond bark or Wilton candy melts
Spread peanut butter between two Townhouse crackers to make a sandwich.
Put a popsicle stick between the crackers.
Before doing the next step, freeze the lollipops so that the stick does not slide out.
Melt the chocolate and spoon the chocolate over both sides of the lollipop.
Lay the lollipop down on wax paper to dry.
Sprinkle with candy sprinkles.
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