A friend of mine made these delicious treats a few years ago. Since then I have taken them to family’s homes at Christmas each year and the toffee seems to vanish. Yes, you use crackers but would never know eating them~ they are delicious! Hope you enjoy! Waverly
1 sleeve Saltine crackers
1 stick butter
1/2 cup brown sugar
6 oz milk chocolate chips
white chocolate or vanilla candy bark, melted
chopped pecans (optional)
Line 9×13 edged cookie sheet with aluminum foil and spray with Pam. Place crackers on foil leaving no gaps. Melt butter in sauce pan then add brown sugar. Let boil about 3 minutes then spread over crackers. Place in oven at 300 degrees for 20 minutes. Remove from oven. Sprinkle with chocolate chips then return to oven for 2 minutes just to melt the chocolate. After removing from oven, spread chocolate, drizzle with melted white chocolate, and sprinkle with pecans. (Hint~ I usually put my melted white chocolate into a ziplock bag and snip off the very tip to get a nice thin drizzle.) Refrigerate until chocolate hardens then break into pieces. Keep refrigerated for best taste. Enjoy!
This recipe can be doubled if using a larger cookie sheet.
Waverly’s Toffee is the second recipe in our Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange! There are still more to come and if you’d like to share your favorite cookie recipe with us there’s still time!! Simply send your recipe, along with your first name and reason why it’s your favorite to [email protected] and we’ll be sure it’s featured in our Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange!!