February 4, 2013

Chocolate Toffee Saltine Candy

I made something in the kitchen tonight! Since I've been completely out of ideas for blogging recently, I thought I would share this recipe. It's realllyyy good! :)

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Here's what you will need:

2. Line your cookie sheet with aluminum foil and begin heating the butter and sugar in the saucepan. Line the cookie sheet with the crackers, making them touch and getting them as close together as you can.

2. Take a moment to look at the heart you drew on your ring finger, eat some candy, and feel festive about Valentine's Day. (keep stirring the butter and sugar occasionally)

3. When the butter/sugar mixture has come to a boil and is foamy all the way through, spoon over crackers. Do this quickly before it hardens, and make sure you completely cover all the crackers. (Don't worry if the crackers slide around and get out of place, mine did.) Place in the oven for 5-6 minutes or until it starts bubbling.

4. Crush your heath bar.
5. Pull the crackers out of the oven and quickly, while it's hot, put the chocolate and peanut butter chips on top. Do this quickly to use the heat to melt the chips. Begin spreading the chocolate as it melts.

5. Sprinkle the heath pieces beautifully on the top. Put it in the refrigerator for at least 45 minutes or until the chocolate hardens.

6. Take it out of the fridge, break into pieces, and Viola! Yummers! This is really good! I hope you try it, if you do let me know and tell me how you like it! :)


  1. Oh, this looks so yummy! I am hungry right now and I am crazy about sweets. Maybe I can try this with German ingredients....

    Iris♥ (Valentine GIVEAWAY in the Blue Birdhouse)

    1. I always seem to read cooking blogs when I'm hungry! I don't know much about German ingredients, but there's a lot you could do with this recipe! :)

  2. Oh these look soo good! I'll definitely have to try them out:)!

    1. They're delicious! I brought some to the church today and JD almost made himself sick on them. :P Bro. Brad says they call it "Poison" :)

  3. Hey Kelley, you might want to explain that the reason for your two-colored crackers is that you had some plain and some whole wheat Keeblers. Just thought it was worth mentioning!