Stacy learned to make these while she was in college and we have been making them every Christmas since that time. Don't know why we only seem to make them at Christmas. They are awesome and would be good any time of the year. You can also use white chocolate bark instead of the dark chocolate. You decide. I like them both. This is worth the calories and the trouble. Jud doesn't mind dipping the ritz filled crackers, so I let him. He is so good at it.
Place the dark or white chocolate in the top of a double boiler. You can also melt using your microwave.
Make sandwiches using two ritz crackers with a thin layer of peanut butter in the middle. After you have made several dozen of these sandwiches your chocolate should be melted and you can start dipping. Judson does this part because he is just better than me at this part. I'm o.k. with that. Set them on wax paper to harden, if you can wait that long. Then you can store them in a container to enjoy whenever one calls your name. Be careful, though, because more than one may call your name.