Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Karen's Toffee Delight

I do not who Karen is, but what I do know is that this recipe is outstanding! It is for you like sweet and salty together...if you are not counting calories...if you want to give a gift to someone that you are trying to get to like you(this will work)...or if you have family coming in from out of state, for the weekend and you want a "welcome home" gift for them.

Since this recipe did not copy clearly, I will give you the ingredients and the instructions here; 1 and 1/2 sleeves of saltine crackers, 2 sticks of butter, 1/2 cup packed brown sugar, 1/2 bag milk chocolate chips, 1/2 bag peanut butter chips. Preparation; Put oven rack in highest position, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a 12 x 18 pan with sides with aluminum foil. Then cover with saltine crackers. In a separate pot, melt butter and add brown sugar, let simmer for four minutes, stirring constantly. Pour over crackers, spread until crackers are covered. Put in oven for 9 minutes. Remove from oven.

Cover with milk chocolate and peanut butter chips. Let sit for two minutes, then smooth with spatula.

Put in refrigerator for two hours. Then break apart. STORE IN FREEZER. Karen has a note with this, "be careful not to eat it all before it hits the plate."

Would this help you to feel welcomed home after not being home for three years?


Barb said...

Judy, this looks absolutely fabulous. I will definitely try it.

Thanks for your lovely comment about Bella Vista. You cannot imagine how that blessed me.

You are a very gracious lady!


Stacey said...

That looks seriously yummy. I bet my boys would go to town on that sweet and salty combo. Thanks!

Judy said...

I have had these...very yummy! Sweet'n salty is a great combo. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

lindsey said...

Hmmmmm...this looks amazing, I just might have to try it!

Tracy said...

Looks wonderful! I just might have to try it (post-weight watchers, that is!) ; ) Looks like a perfect "Welcome Home" treat.

Anonymous said...

This looks really good. Thank you for the recipe. I hope you are having a nice day.

Happy@Home said...

Sweet and salty is one of my favorite combos for snack time. This recipe looks yummy and I am planning on trying it. Thanks for sharing.


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