Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Triple Decker Toffee Bars!

Happy August!

Can someone tell me where the summer went?  I mean, I am not complaining, BUT, it just went so fast.  It is that "going by so fast" thing again my mother warned me about.  I say it all the time but it is so true


This recipe started out with an overabundance of Club Crackers.  When I see stuff on a ridiculous sale, I buy multiples.  My husband loves club crackers, grandlittles do to, we have company, we do cheese and crackers, etc....but I still had like 4 boxes.  My husband asked for Graham Cracker Toffee Crunch, but I needed to use CLUB crackers not GRAHAM.  


I called my trustee recipe queen sister and she had this recipe.  So wherever it came from......the Simmermans thank you!  This is super easy and keeps for well over a week.  I might cut down on the chocolate next time or just drizzle it on.  This would be great any time of year.  What if you made this, and then use it as a cheesecake crust and........(faints)  be looking for that recipe soon. HA!

This is pretty easy, just watch little ones with the hot caramel if they are helping please!

You will need:
Club Cracker (entire box)
1 can condensed milk
1/4 regular milk
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup Butter
1 tsp Vanilla

Line a 9x13 pan with foil.  I sprayed mine as well with nonstick cooking spray. Line the bottom with a single layer of club crackers, it might take 28-32 crackers.  Set aside and head over to the stove!
In a medium saucepan, combine, condense milk, regular milk, brown sugar and butter.  Heat until brown sugar is dissolved and mixture begins to boil  Boil for 5 minutes and then remove from heat. Stir that baby constantly!  You know the second you don't.....BAM....burned! After you remove it from heat, add the vanilla and stir!

Now pour 1/3 of the mixture over the crackers.  Use a spatula to make sure it is spread evenly.  Add another layer of crackers and half the mixture on top.  Are you with me?  Last layer of crackers and the rest of the caramel!

Melt the chocolate chips in the micro, 30 seconds at a time until melted and pour over the top or drizzle heavily.  Refrigerate until set and cut and serve!

Hope you enjoy this easy treat!


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