Allen.....this the latch that you broke. They come in different closing pressure, I believe 5lb and 10lb. Amazon sells both. I would buy a package of each to have as spares. Your drawer is probably a 5lb.
If you look at the photo of the latch above. You'll see that the piece on the right has a hooked shape nose that pushes into the latch on the left. The latch on the left has a "V" shaped catch on a spring. As you push the hooked shaped nose into the "V" shaped latch, the "V" captures the hook and closes, locking the hook in with spring pressure.
This is how they break. Take a drawer and pull it open. Look at the latch mounted to the frame, not the drawer. That "V" shape is open and ready to catch the hook. Occasionally, you can accidentally bump that "V" shape and make it close. If this happens, when you go to close the drawer, the hook shaped nose smashes into the closed "V" shape latch and snaps it off. If you ever close a door or cabinet and it doesn't close, STOP, check the position of the latch. If it's closed, you'll need to take a small screwdriver and pull it open. When the new ones arrive, take a look at how they work and what it takes to open one when it accidentally closes.