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This candy is amazing and oh-so-easy. I'm sure you've heard of all the better-than-you-know-what cake recipes...this tops all any of them for a sweet treat. I leave the nuts off of 1/2 the pan because the kids don't like them.

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Blessed Wyoming Mom November 29, 2011

Wow!!! Of all the candy I made this year, this was the big favorite. It is so good.....the saltine turns into a crunchy pastry-like base for the candy. I was surprised at how good it was, and how much people loved it. It was so easy too!! I couldn't get as many saltines on the pan as the recipe called for, but no matter. The nonstick foil was a great suggestion too....not sure how things would have gone without it. Makes alot of candy too. Great recipe!!!

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saraquarius January 02, 2011

Yum. So easy, I even used whole wheat saltines and they are so very good. I sprinkled some coconut on top of the toffee layer, then the chocolate chips. I wish I would have had the milk chocolate chips, but I used semi-sweet ones, still great! It took only 10 minutes to make, the hardest part was letting them cool ;)

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Grammabobbie April 17, 2010

This is delicious. You will never believe it is made with saltines crackers. People can't stop eating these. Thanks for sharing.

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Jane from Ohio August 06, 2009

I have looked everywhere for this recipe. I used to make it all the time and lost it. Thanks to you I have it again and it's delish!

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multitasker March 20, 2009

Wow - these were a great addition to our first BBQ of the season. Tastes like chocolate covered toffee. DB often doesn't 'do' desserts, but I noticed that he couldn't keep his hands out of it! I halved this recipe and found that 5 ounces of saltines covered a 10x15 sheet and I had plenty of coverage with everything else. I used the semi-sweet chocolate chips and they were great!

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Brooke the Cook in WI March 16, 2009

I made these to include in my Christmas cookie gift boxes. I could keep DH’s hand out of them… I kept telling him he could eat any until I made sure I had enough to go around. Well that didn’t stop him; thank goodness I enough! Fun to make.

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Doc's Mom December 29, 2008

all i can say is OMG!!!! i was wondering what the saltines might taste like. but it just gives the candy a nice crunch. the only thing i did different: i put the nuts on first, then added the choc chips, the nuts didnt fall off that way and i also added about 3'4 cups of toffee bits on top of the melted choc!! this is def a keeper!!!!! thanks

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rbaugie December 21, 2008

This stuff is awesome! Just served it this weekend at a euchre party and everyone loved it! It will be a great addition to any Holiday party. This is a new "classic" recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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Coffeecoughie November 10, 2008
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