Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 12 mins

This is a fantastic, quick to prepare snack. You will love the combination of salty/sweet taste and the crunch of the almonds and browned crackers. I got the recipe from my friend after we tasted these snacks at her home. These crackers are really pleasing to the eye and will keep several days in a container with a tightly-fitting lid. They would also make a great Christmas gift in a decorative tin.


  1. Arrange single layer of Club Crackers on a cookie sheet with sides.
  2. In saucepan, melt butter, add sugar and boil for two minutes; add the vanilla and stir. Pour immediately over crackers and sprinkle with sliced almonds.
  3. Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes at 350 degrees or until lightly browned.
  4. Cool, break apart crackers carefully and arrange on serving platter.48.
Most Helpful

Dear, Sweet, Saute Gently - my heroine: Absolutely LOVE this quick, easy, delicious recipe. Totally satisfies my "salty-sweet" yearning. Its only fault: my diabetic hubby can't enjoy. As an added kick I lightly sprinkled coarse-ground kosher salt on top immediately after removing from oven. SO GOOD! (ps: I've lurked on many recipe exchanges for years, but I've never joined, commented or otherwise participated. This ridiculously easy snack compelled me to break my silence.)

susan_from_dolores June 02, 2010

Here's another great recipe for me that will enhance my finger food counter the next time I host a group! Unusual & very, very tasty, for sure! As with other we really enjoyed the sweet/salty combo! Thanks for posting your recipe! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current round of Pick A Chef] Want to check out PAC? Click here

Sydney Mike April 21, 2010

Made for Spring PAC 2010 --Buttery, sweet and yet salty at the same time. Because of Susie D's review, I lined the baking sheet with foil and sprayed it with PAM then proceeded with the recipe. This made it easy to remove the candy from the baking sheet. I toasted the almonds in a frying pan and added chocolate chips to half of the crackers and let them melt on top. These would make a nice addition to a cookie tray. Thx for sharing your recipe.

mums the word April 19, 2010