GF Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes

It’s the time of year for cookies galore and all manner of chocolate-covered goodies! Here is a great way to make a gluten free treat for that person in your life who normally has to stand by and watch as everyone else splurges on yummy holiday food. 


 1 *bag rice cakes

1 package chocolate melting wafers

Peanut butter 

 *I found this brand rice cakes at Aldi. They’re only about half as thick as the ones you find at Walmart or elsewhere. So they work the best for this  recipe, but really, you can use any kind. 

 Now, spread peanut butter on one side of each rice cake, however thick you like.  

Melt chocolate wafers in a double boiler on low heat until smooth and creamy. Keep it stirred so it doesn’t scorch!


 Then you can dunk your rice cakes completely into the chocolate or you can dunk the bottom side and just drizzle the top.  
 As you can see, my drizzling abilities are not the greatest, but my  husband and kids had them completely eaten in two days time, so it didn’t affect the taste anyway. 😊

Let the rice cakes harden. Then try not to eat them all in one sitting! They keep well in the freezer too.  

*Update; I made another batch and added some marshmallow cream on top of the peanut butter before dipping. Oh the yumminess! 



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