Cracker Toffee is the World’s Easiest Christmas Candy!
We have a yearly tradition of making this Christmas Candy. It’s the easiest stuff ever to make, it is inexpensive and it’s addicting!
I originally found the recipe in the book Queen of the Castle: 52 Weeks of Encouragement for the Uninspired, Domestically Challenged or Just Plain Tired Homemaker. It was called “Crookies” in there, but we’ve re-named it “World’s Easiest Christmas Candy.”
Cracker Toffee Recipe Ingredients
All you need is brown sugar, saltines, butter and chocolate chips.
How to make Saltine Cracker Toffee
Step 1 – Lay one sleeve of Saltines out on a cookie sheet (you might want to spray or grease the pan first, though I’ve not had trouble with it sticking, but some mentioned in the comments they’d recommend this).
Step 2 – Melt one cup brown sugar and one stick of butter in a saucepan on the stove over medium heat until a gooey mixture forms. Pour this mixture over the saltines and spread around with a spatula to generously coat them.
Step 4 – Pull out of the oven and pour two cups of chocolate chips over the crackers and let them sit for a few minutes until they are starting to melt.
Step 5 – Spread the melted chocolate chips evenly over the crackers and then stick in the freezer for around an hour (until chocolate hardens).
Step 6 – Once chocolate is hardened, lift off the cookie sheet with a metal spatula and break into pieces.
Step 7 – Put into gift baggies and store in the freezer until ready to give as gifts.
Saltine Cracker Toffee
- 1 sleeve Saltine crackers
- 1 stick butter
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 2 cups chocolate chips
On a baking sheet, spread out Saltine crackers. Melt butter and brown sugar in a saucepan over medium heat until gooey. Pour over crackers and bake at 350 degrees for five minutes, or until bubbly.
Remove from oven and sprinkle chocolate chips on top. Let sit for a few minutes until chocolate chips begin to melt. Then, spread over crackers evenly with a spatula.
Stick in the freezer for an hour, or until chocolate hardens. Break into small pieces and put into gift containers or baggies. Store in the freezer until ready to eat or give away.