Sweet and Salty - I have made this recipe now over 10 times. Parchment lined baking sheet, sprayed with cooking spray, line with saltines (salt side down), melt 1 C Butter with 1 C Brown sugar and pour over saltines. Add 1 bag of chocolate chips and as they melt spread until completely covered. Freeze and then break it apart and enjoy! This is called "crack" in our home!
16 Sweet and Savory Recipes Using Saltine Crackers: On the sweet side of things... saltine cracker toffee, pie, candy and cake are some of the delicious creations I'm sharing here. And on the savory side of things, you'll find meatloaf, casserole, chicken and jazzed-up seasoned crackers. These are all great recipes to try using those leftover saltine crackers that are sitting in your pantry!
Cracker Toffee | Treating yourself has never been more relevant. The holidays are filled with sweet memories, gatherings, gifts, and of course, sweet Christmas treats. There are countless occasions when you’ll need to prepare something sweet for the holidays, and we’ve got you covered for all of them. Make these easy treats for kids to decorate on a cold Sunday afternoon. Prepare a batch of sweets as gifts for neighbors, teachers, and holiday guests.
Saltine Cracker Toffee is a simple and tasty snack to prepare for unexpected visitors or just for a night in. Chocolate Saltine Toffee is an easy go-to recipe when you just don't have much on hand. And they're actually SO good, and so satisfying. via The Cookie Rookie
Easy sweet treats like this Saltine Toffee with Pecans and Toffee Bits are a family tradition. I love making it at the holidays or anytime of year that I want to make something special. The salty base is made with saltine crackers that are smothered with warm homemade toffee then baked just until the flavors marry.
Saltine crackers are one of my favorite quick snacks. Whether you are craving sweet or savory, you can find a quick cracker solution. Recipes include Firecracker snacks, PB&J crackers, ice cream crackers, crusted baked chicken, and saltine cracker brickle!