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sounds gross, tastes so freaking good
my friend lisa first told me about these and my sister and i made them over winter break. THEY ARE SOOO good. its unbelieavable.

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  • Step 1

    completely cover a cookie sheet with aluminum foil and preheat oven to 400 degrees F

  • Step 2

    cover the cookie sheet with the saltines in a single layer

  • Step 3

    stir the butter and sugar together in a saucepan for about 2-4 minutes while it boils

  • Step 4

    pour the butter/sugar over the saltines and spread it to cover them

  • Step 5

    put it in the oven for about 5 minutes

  • Step 6

    take it out and sprinkle chocolate or whatever else you want on top. (nuts etc...ugh i hate nuts though) whatever floats your boat!

    wait for it to cool or put it in your fridge/freezer if it fits. to serve, you can break it into pieces.

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Abby W.
Abby W. · St Louis, Missouri, US · 16 projects
My mom has made these for years! She calls it soda cracker candy, because she's country like that. These are delicious!
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ficklephonebug ..
ficklephonebug .. · 60 projects
I made these too! And everybody who tries them wants the recipe, this is soooooo awesome!
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Tanya J.
Tanya J.
OMG! That looks soooo good!
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Kris B.
Kris B. · Burrillville, Rhode Island, US · 2 projects
Saw this recipe three places in one week, so that was pretty much a sign. Plus my birthday is tomorrow, so why not? Thanks for posting such a wicked awesome recipe that makes soda crackers not disgusting.
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Molliewobbles
Molliewobbles · Ann Arbor, Michigan, US · 7 projects
I LOVE these things.....I saw them on a cracker box and I've made a million batches since! I really like to put dried cherries in instead of nuts. I call it quick toffee because it sounds better than using saltines and chocolate in the same sentence......
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Natalie W.
Natalie W. · 1 project
Happy you are very welcome
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· Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, US · 23 projects
Natalie:
I can't stop making these since you posted them. My hubby requests them all the time. Thanks for a recipe that is YUMMY and EASY!
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Brandy G.
Brandy G.
Hmm, chill them? Could I put them in the oven to melt the choc, then chill? Wow.

I also like the ones with peanut butter and marshmallow put under the broiler for a minute.... mmmm, melty!
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Lorraine
Lorraine · Northern, Illinois, US · 4 projects
I am going to try this and take it to our card club. Cool idea and very cost friendly.
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Natalie W.
Natalie W. · 1 project
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