Ohhhhh this stuff is deadly. As in, I ate the leftovers for breakfast….Soooooo good.
This sweet, gooey goodness came into my life about a week ago when I got to spend a most excellent 36 hours with old friends (some new ones too!), lazing around a lake in the Muskoka’s. This toffee was ridiculously easy to make – especially since I didn’t. This is my friend Tori’s recipe and she did all the hard work. But she also attested to how easy it is to make. I’d say easy as pie, but it’s way easier than pie! Oh, and this tastes like a skor bar. IT TASTES LIKE A SKOR BAR!
Here’s how you get this in your life: Start with a few sleeves of salted soda crackers. Love that salty-sweet combination!
Then you create that magical combination known as melted butter and brown sugar.
Bring this mixture to a boil…
Pour this delightful mixture over top of the soda crackers, and spread it around until everything is evenly coated.
Now bake it until wonderful and bubbly and golden!
This golden brown colour is very good news for your taste buds.
Sprinkle chocolate chips on top while still hot, then let the chocolate get melty and smear it all over the surface. Allow to cool and firm up, then just try not to eat this in one sitting. You have to save leftovers for breakfast!!
Tori also recommended breaking up candy canes and sprinkling them on at Christmas time! I would imagine you could break up other delicious things to sprinkle on top as well…..Reese’s pieces perhaps…? The possibilities are endless!
Tori Toffee Recipe
1 Sleeve salted soda crackers
Equal part melted butter and brown sugar
1 bag chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Line a baking sheet with the soda crackers.
- Melt the butter in a small saucepan, add the brown sugar and stir to combine. Bring mixture to a boil.
- Pour the butter and brown sugar mixture over top of the crackers, and spread with spatula to evenly cover the crackers.
- Bake in oven until golden and bubbly.
- Remove from oven and sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over surface. Allow chocolate chips to get warm and melty, then spread to coat entire surface. Cool until butter mixture and chocolate set. Eat!