Saltine Cracker Candy with Toasted Pecans
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 10 min. + chilling
Makesabout 2 pounds
I made this recently. It was both easy and delicious!
I have made this several times and have used different flavored chips, dark, white, milk....and have also put different toppings. Pecans, toffee chips, and it worked out great.
I tried this recipe for the first time tonight and I liked the way it turned out. I made a few tweaks though, I added two tablespoons more brown sugar and only baked it for about 5 minutes. Covering with foil helps the chips melt. I can’t wait to have my friends and family try it !
This is a simple recipe but like most candy recipes, the cooking times should be followed carefully. Undercooking the butter/brown sugar results in a grainy mixture & overcooking in the oven results in a hard candy layer & neither make for optimum taste/texture.The chocolate chips melt quickly & spread easily. I wonder if the other reveiwer realizes that they don’t change shape as they melt? I use an offset spatula & they spread like soft butter.
Family favorite, been making it for many years. I do a lot of baking but never candy, this was easy to follow and achieve great results. Thank you. We call it “HoBo toffee”
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This is GREAT! We made many times before, but have another name for this candy-- "Jenky Candy".Follow the recipe! A couple changes I've made: add a few shakes of salt to the sugar/butter mix,use more crackers than listed (maybe 8-10 more). Cook the butter/sugar for the required time. And be patient while they cool.
Not that great.
I have made this recipe for a few years and everyone loves them. Also have skipped pecans and sprinkled sea salt before. Yummy!
I have made 2 batches this year. I did toast the pecans but they didn't adhere to the chocolate and so for the second batch I chopped salted peanuts and they worked well.