Good idea but the cooking directions are not quite right. I consider my bars a flop because they are way to sugary. I expected them to be more like toffee. The Ghiradelli chocolate chips (used more than 1 cup), do taste good. Still, I will probably throw them out. I will try to perfect this recipe to my desired texture without adding and wasting the chocolate chips.
It's a simple recipe. And it's flexible. You can use salted or unsalted butter depending on how you want the caramel to taste, i prefer salted, and i even use salted crackers. I top it off with a sweeter chocolate chaved or chips depending what i am in the mood for (and how much work i feel like putting into it lol).
These were good. They are definitely better if kept in the refrigerator. Mine became soft if kept at room temperature.
This is GREAT!! I used Ritz crackers this time....and I have also used Saltines in the past. YUM!! I also used Ghiardelli choco chips.
These are perfect! Just be sure to whisk while the mixture is cooking and stick to the 2 minutes. Also, use good quality chocolate. They will be gone in a flash (make a double batch!)!
My Neices (ages 12 & 17) make baked goods as gifts every Christmas (well for the last 3 anyway). This is one of the items they include. It is always the first thing to go. They always said it was an easy recipe....well what do you know. I love these things!!!
Such a good and AFFORDABLE dessert! I messed up a little, the chocolate didn't spread well. Could have been the low quality (generic) chocolate thoguh. Wonderful taste, YUMMMM
I make Skor Bars for all parties and functions I attend and they are a hit everywhere! I use milk chocolate chips - trust me, it makes the Skor Bar taste much better than using semi-sweet. Everyone must try this recipe!
Good. I think I messed up the caramel layer b/c it was pretty grainy, but it was still out of this world. Thanks.
I got this recipe as part of a Christmas Exchange. Although I don't really think these taste like skor bars, they are a great treat! It was nice to see this already posted, thanks! :)