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    These sweet and salty critters make a welcome addition to any picnic.

    Recipe #164072

    A fellow zaar member found me this recipe from Stonyfield Farms in response to a request, so I'm posting it here for safekeeping! This would make a nice holiday snack, especially dusted with red and green sugar.

    Recipe #147586

    Made with saltine crackers and chocolate! My sister-in-law told me about this a while ago, and I saw it on a cooking show recently. I made it for a potluck at church. This was so easy to make and yummy. It has the combination flavor of chocolate covered pretzels and a taste of toffee.

    Recipe #148128

    these are a nice change of pace to put out for guests...it will disappear fast!

    Recipe #136646

    The third grade teacher at my school would make these for her students. The many colors of jello make them appropriate for any holiday. Orange jello is great for Halloween; lime and cherry for Christmas time, etc. These are very yummy and never get hard. You will recognize the similarity to Rice Krispie Candy. I don't see why this recipe wouldn't work just as well with cereal as with popcorn, although I've never done it myself.

    Recipe #140760

    Recipe #127662

    These sound really good! From Kraft Food & Family.

    Recipe #137198

    I got this recipe from a friend who lived in Middlesboro, KY. She gave it to me about 15 years ago and said it had been handed down to her from her Great Grandmother.

    Recipe #137581

    107 Reviews |  By NYAmy

    These are fantastic! Don't let the thought of saltine crackers turn you away. You won't believe how delicious these turn out!

    Recipe #28026

    51 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had these sweet and salty saltines covered with chocolate and topped with nuts which I tweaked at a friend's house. Very addictive little treats.Use topping to suit the occasion.

    Recipe #134153

    I make this at Christmas Time every year for my cookie platters that I give away. I've made it with plain graham crackers, chocolate graham crackers, town house and ritz crackers. I prefer the town house or ritz crackers the best as it is just a little bit "less" sweet.

    Recipe #149935

    Your guests may will think you spent a lot longer in the kitchen on this one. If you like chocolate and toffee, this one will be hard for you to resist

    Recipe #154004

    One of my co-workers always brings this to work potlucks, and it is an office fave. Very yummy -- would be perfect for a football watch party also.

    Recipe #75435

    This version is different from the regular chicken nachos. The taste is addicting.

    Recipe #163357

    These are really easy!

    Recipe #163156

    This is a great snack recipe that is well received by all. A lady I once worked with gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #163164

    Recipe #160953

    This warm caramel dip is so simple and yummy. People are amazed to find out it is made in the microwave.

    Recipe #160444

    I found this recipe on the back of a generic cracker box many years ago. I have since served it as a salsa with rave reviews. People will think it's a basic salsa until they taste it. Excellent when prepared with veggies fresh from the garden. I recommend using a hand-style food chopper or knife, NOT a food processor as the original recipe states. Also be sure to use Roma (plum) tomatoes as they are more meaty. It makes a large bowl and serves many, so serving size listed is guestimated. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #160497

    Add your favorite toppings to the layers. Try cooked sausage crumbles, greem bell pepper, onion, olives, cooked chicken, etc.

    Recipe #160553

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