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Easy Toffee Recipe

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Ronda Walker Weaver
Added: Saturday, January 22, 2011

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First, grease a cookie sheet (cover one in foil and then grease that) and line up your saltines on it to cover the bottom of the pan.

Melt real butter and brown sugar together--probably about a stick of butter and maybe a pound (I think) of brown sugar. Stir it continually (if you are on the stove) until the sugar is pretty well dissolved in the butter. Then, pour the melted mixture over the saltine crackers on the cookie sheet, taking care not to dislodge all the crackers and get them jumbled up on top of each other.

Put that in the oven on probably around 350ish for about 10 minutes, until the toffee mixture is bubbling up pretty good on the crackers. Then, open a bag of milk chocolate chips and pour them out over hte crackers, and use a spatula to spread them as they are melting--they will completely melt and you can smoothe them over the top of the crackers. Once again, you have to be careful to not jumble the crackers all up on top of each other.

Once the chocolate is spread out, you can either top it with some crushed pecans, or I like to use those Heath Bar bits you can get on top of it--(they are usually with the choc chips in the store). Or, you can leave them without anything on top and they are still good.

Then, you just have to give them time to cool to room temp, and then break apart or cut the crackers into squares.

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