Lover of good food and sharer of good recipes. Continuing attempts to document family favorites, while focusing on healthier versions.
These Delicious Toffee Cracker Cookies Have Many Names
Are You Ready for my Favorite Family Cookie Recipe?
Sweet, crispy, slightly salty, and covered in rich chocolate, these treats are my favorite cookies to eat or to give as gifts.
These cookie bars, also known as Christmas Crack, are a favorite by both my daughters, too. I'm just waiting for their kids to make their requests. These brickle-type bars always make my Christmas Cookie list, too.
A special thanks to my sister who introduced us to these delectable morsels, and is kind enough to always share her recipes.
Have You Eaten these Toffee Bars?
- 1 cup butter (no substitutions)
- 1 cup brown sugar
- soda crackers (saltines)
- 12 oz. chocolate chips
- Coat baking sheet with margarine.
- Lay crackers on bottom, side to side.
- In saucepan, bring butter and brown sugar to hard boil, stirring continually, for 3 minutes.
- Spread over crackers and bake at 400 degrees for 5 minutes.
- Remove from oven and sprinkle chocolate chips over top. Spread to cover.
- Cool completely., then freeze until solid.
- Crack or cut into small pieces with knife.
- Return to freezer until ready to serve.
- (The original recipe calls for 3/4 cup chopped almonds to be spread over brown sugar topping, but I've never used them. )
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© 2015 Beth Webster-Duerr
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Tony Payne from Southampton, UK on November 26, 2011:
I love toffee, chocolate and nuts, sounds yummy.
Frankie Kangas from California on November 25, 2011:
Excellent lens. I love heath bars. Thanks you for sharing your recipe. Blessed. Bear hugs, Frankster