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These were great and so easy to make
I make these every year,
I make mine with white chocolate! soooo good!
Always make this every year! People love it!
I just made this for the first time.....just a few minutes ago - WOW, so easy and amazing!
This stuff is so delicious!!
Pine bark! Love this stuff!!
I made this last night. It was very easy. I added crushed pecans to the top and it is wonderful :)
Made this last night, it was delicious!
these really are like crack!
we always add m&ms, pretzels and salted peanuts on top
Just made this for work tomorrow! Looks and smells awesome! Can't wait to try :)
OMG - made them last night - i think I'm in LOVE!!!
I've been making this for over a decade - I put crushed heath bits on top! So delish!
What's the receipe?
Terribly Terrific Toffee
1 cup unsalted butter (no margarine allowed)
1 cup brown sugar
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
40 saltine crackers
Preheat oven to 350ºF. Line jelly roll pan or cookie sheet with foil and spray with non-stick spray. Lay a flat layer of crackers out on the foil. Melt the sugar and butter until a boil is reached. Reduce the heat and simmer, uncovered, for 5-6 minutes or until mixture is thickened and sugar is completely dissolved. Pour this mixture over the crackers and spread to coat evenly. Bake for 8-10 minutes, or until the toffee becomes bubbly. After removing the pan from the oven, let it sit for 3-5 minutes. Sprinkle on the chocolate chips, let them soften and melt, and then spread them into an even layer. (You can add nuts, cracker crumbs, or whatever else floats your boat at this point.) Let cool and, if desired for expediting purposes, refrigerate until hardened. Break into pieces the size of your choice. I personally prefer a hand-sized chunk.
I made this over the holidays, it turned soft. Any ideas? How do you store it? Anyone else have this problem?
@JoAnn - did you put it and keep it in the refridgerator? That is how mine hardened.
I make this every year but I use slivered almonds on the top like almond roca. OMG!!!
If you make this while there is moisture in the air or it is raining, it will set up sticky.
So I made this and it looks nothing like the picture, the picture has the toffee on the bottom like it is layered, it looks nothing like that at all. Plus the chocolate chips do not melt just like that, I made this again and this time I melted the chocolate before adding it and it worked so much better. Waiting for it to be done, but it does taste great and is such an easy recipe, but I suggest melting the chocolate first!!
A Southern Grace: saltines have never had it so good...
Chocolate saltine toffee
Love these...Saltine Cracker Toffee
Christmas Crack from tablefortwoblog.com
Christmas Crack Toffee
toffee chocolate saltines