Spread Nutella between two mini Kiebler Club Crackers. Do this for 36 mini crackers and sandwich together. Allow to cool on he counter or speed it up in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes to solidify.
Using a double boiler, melt chocolate in a heat safe glass bowl, stirring often.
Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
Dip the Nutella sandwich bites in the melted chocolate and place on a parchment sheet lined sheet pan.
Sprinkle with seasonal sprinkles or with the powdered sugar. Drizzle with chocolate or sprinkle with nuts are other options that you can use as seen in some of the photos.
Drizzle white chocolate on top
Dip the top in a different colored chocolate. For instance, if the Nutella Bite is dipped in chocolate as we did, dip the top only in a white so it’s two-toned.
While the chocolate is still wet, place heart shaped candies on top.
Sprinkle baby chocolate chips
Melt Reese’s Peanut Butter chips and drizzle on top or dip the ends
Chocolate Choice: The intent on this recipe is for it to be a quick "grab and go" dessert to make during the holidays. Given that, use the Candiquik that you see at the top shelf of the grocery store and at Walmart. This recipe is not gourmet and the intent is not to be buying expensive chocolate to melt.Double Boiler Method: Use the double boiler method to melt the chocolate. You *can* microwave chocolate but you will need to just do 1-2 block so chocolate at a time and you can't reheat it as it hardens and won't melt again. Substitution of Crackers: Use whatever crackers you have or even pretzels that can hold the Nutella inside of it. You want to use a cracker that will hold the Nutella and not allow it to go spilling out the sides. We love the Mini Keeblers but the square pretzels work great here too.