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Try it with graham crackers and sprinkle coarse sea salt on top of the chocolate. Yummy!
Make with Ritz instead of saltines. Yummy
I made this today with white chocolate chips. I found an easier way to do the chocolate. After you finish cooking in oven for five minutes,sprinkle the chocolate chips over put back in oven for a couple of minutes long enough to melt then spread chocolate chips. Much easier for the chocolate part. This recipe is delicious.
I made this today with my granddaughter. We had a great time together. We added sprinkles to one half and sea salt on the other. It was terrific, but it didn’t last very long. It was quickly devoured by my family.
Love it, made several. One with coconut on top also. Yum
I’m embarrassed to admit this but I tried to make this recipe for the Christmas crackle however I messed it up. I tossed the chocolate chips on the saltines and placed it in the oven to melt. I was trying to not have to check the recipe over and over. Any way it didn’t look good it it tasted ok. I didn’t ant to share them because they looked horrible but I don’t like to waste anything. So I decided to chop them up into a semi type of topping for ice cream. It tasted great so I added some to my chocolate chip cookies and I also grounded up some pecans. And the moral to this is when you think about how hard you try something good will happen if your baking in your kitchen.
Hi, Sharon! I’m so sorry that your batch of Christmas Crack didn’t turn out, but I’m really glad the story had a happy ending! Happy new year!
This is always a hit. I forgot the vanilla and salt in the last batch and it was still amazing. I usually just throw chocolate chips on top. The residual heat will be enough to melt them. No fear of burning the chocolate.
A favorite every holiday at our home. We call it brickle, or crack-since it’s so addictive!I usually top it with crushed pecans, but this Christmas I topped it with Bob’s soft peppermint sticks that I crushed first in a ziplock bag. Deliciousness!
I made this as well as a few other things to hand out for Christmas! This was everyone’s favorite. Very easy to make and tastes uhhhhhhhhhmazing
Thanks! Can’t stop eating this stuff.
Easy and quick, and delicious….
That was pretty easy and this is my first time making it…I have tried it before and it definitely is AMAZING! Merry ChristmasK.SandersIndiana
So freaking good!! I know why its called CRACK!! You can’t stop!
Just delicious! Big hit for my two grandsons football championship party. Just made another pan for Christmas eve and Christmas day dinner.
Freshly made so haven’t had a chance to try it but recipe was super easy and looks very professional. Will use this as Xmas gifts with some other tasty treats! Thanks :)
Where do u add the vanilla extract
Hi, Tesla! You stir in the vanilla in Step 2. Enjoy!
It was a hit with my family and ladies of the culinary ministry at my church! I sent most of the pan to my son office Christmas party! They loved it, too! Just made another pan for Christmas dinner.
Thank you for the advice on melting the chocolate on top of the toffee when it comes out of oven. That worked out perfectly. I tried a row with pecans on top and a row wIth peanut butter chips. And the Maldon sea salt flakes. Fantastic. Has anyone tried this recipe with parchment paper instead of the foil?
Hi, Brenda! Yup, parchment paper works. Enjoy!