The buttery goodness of Saltine Toffee is irresistible. This treat recipe is so simple, yet so delicious. Try it and see how fast it disappears – it’s kinda addictive!
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Simply Irresistible Saltine Toffee Recipe
Toffee. One of my all-time favorite indulgences. The buttery goodness and crunch are simply melt in your mouth irresistible. This Traditional Homemade Almond Roca used to be our go-to candy recipe, but I think I found a new one! This Saltine Toffee is out of this world.
I see why it’s often called Christmas Crack. It’s highly addictive!
My husband is the king of Traditional Toffee or Almond Roca. It’s highly sought after. He makes it every holiday for his family and co-workers. (He shared his top secret recipe, so you might want to check it out!)
This Saltine Toffee has a slight advance over Almond Roca. It’s a little quicker to make than the traditional version, but the taste is just phenomenal!
There’s just something about the savory, crunchiness of the cracker that just works – and makes it so addicting!
How To Make Saltine Toffee
This recipe is so simple. The first step, create one layer of saltine crackers on your pan lined with parchment paper or a Silpat mat.
Make sure your parchment paper extends past your crackers.
Next, combine the sugar and butter in a medium sauce pan and bring to a boil for 3 minutes. (a teeny bit longer if at at higher elevations.) This creates that yummy, buttery toffee!
Immediately after it’s done boiling, spread it on the saltines, evenly coating all the crackers.
Then, place in a 400 degree oven for 5-6 minutes. Once out of the oven, spread the dark chocolate morsels on the top. When it’s slightly set sprinkle the nuts over the top! Cool, break into pieces and enjoy!!
Saltine Toffee: The Perfect Gift For Any Occasion
Christmas or holiday. You bet.
Teacher appreciation. Definitely.
Girls night. Yes, please.
Thank you. Absolutely.
Going away party. Oh, yeah.
Bad day pick me up. Most definitely.
Cookie exchange. No question. YESSSSS!
Special treat for the hubby. Totally works.
Here are some ideas to package up your Saltine Toffee as a gift for your teachers!
This stuff is so good, my son says to pay him for his chores in Toffee rather than money! Wow, it’s worth that much! His favorite is Peanut Butter Saltine Toffee.
Saltine Toffee With Dark Or Light Chocolate
Dark chocolate seems to be more popular in our house currently, so that’s how this recipe is made. Semi-sweet chocolate also works. So use what you prefer or have on hand. You really can’t go wrong.
The Secrets To the Best Saltine Toffee
- Going the extra step of roasting the pecans is a nice touch and adds a richer flavor. This step doesn’t have to be done if you’re in a hurry or just want to get eating as soon as possible.
- Walnuts are another option for a topping.
- Semi-sweet or dark chocolate morsels are good for this Saltine Toffee recipe.
- This stuff is so sticky, use parchment paper or your Silpat to assemble. (My Silpat mat is my go to baking and treat making kitchen item!! You need one of these so your recipes and cookies turn out amazing!)
- If using parchment, and to prevent any mishaps, make your parchment paper a little bigger than your assembled crackers. Also, make sure your crackers are tight together.
- Make sure the butter and sugar are truly boiling before you start timing for 3 minutes.
- If you’re at a higher elevation, you may need to cook your caramel a little longer.
The down sideThe upside to Saltine Toffee is that it doesn’t keep long, so is best eaten within a week or so. It can be frozen for 2-3 months.
- Because this recipe is made of mostly butter, using a high quality butter yields the perfect flavor.
Peanut Butter Saltine Toffee
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Saltine Toffee (aka Christmas Crack)
The buttery goodness of Saltine Toffee is irresistible. This treat recipe is so simple, yet so delicious. Try it and see how fast it disappears - it's kinda addictive!
- 4 oz saltine crackers
- 1 cup butter
- 1 cup dark brown sugar
- 2 cups dark chocolate morsels
- 3/4 cup chopped toasted pecans
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or Silpat mat. Place Saltine cracker on the pan and make sure they are touching and the parchment extends past the crackers.
Combine sugar and butter in a medium sauce pan and bring to a boil. Let boil for 3 minutes. Pour immediately over saltines making sure all the crackers are completely covered.
Bake at 400 degrees F for 5 to 6 minutes. Remove from oven and sprinkle chocolate morsels over the top. Let sit for 5 minutes. Spread melted chocolate and top with roasted chopped nuts. Refrigerate toffee for 2 hours. Once set, break into pieces. Enjoy!
You can use semi-sweet or dark chocolate in this recipe.
Can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks or stored in the freezer for 2-3 months.
Nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using a recipe nutrition label generator.
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There’s no need to put it off. You have to find an excuse to make this Saltine Toffee! (see list above)
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