Toffee Thursday

Julie over at Joy’s Hope planted the toffee seed and I’ve been wanting to make this ever since.

I had it years ago somewhere and remember saying, “What? It’s made with saltines??!!??”

Totally random, I know, but hear me out…

it’s light, salty, sweet, chocolatey and crispy all at the same time.

And a breeze to make.

{I sort of also followed this recipe because I wanted to make sure I could also pull it off with regular sugar}

Just place about 1 sleeve saltines {use the regular, salted ones} next to eachother on a foil lined baking sheet:

Then, melt 1 cup butter and 1 cup sugar {like I mentioned, I just used regular old granulated, but you can also use brown} and bring to a boil, but stir constantly for about 3 minutes:

Then pour that over your crackers and spread around with a spatula:

Place this in a 375* oven for about 10-12 minutes. Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle a 12-ounce bag of semi sweet chocolate chips on top and let them melt for a minute…spread with a spatula and you will have this:

Put this is the ‘fridge for awhile to set up and then break into pieces and take to your Mommy’s Only Holiday Party!

Or you can get some cute cellophane bags at the $1 store and make little treats for your neighbors, co-workers, mailman, teachers, hairstylist, Santa….whoever.

Happy Thursday!


2 thoughts on “Toffee Thursday”

  1. I’ve made these before– and they are addictive! Try some Christmas-y sprinkles on them for some extra crunch.

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