Almond Toffee Crunch

Almond Toffee Crunch created by Chef Mommydude

This recipe came from a book of wonderful recipes from a bunch of wonderful people. All of which are diagnosed with Scleroderma. It's called "Cooking Up a Storm for Scleroderma". I received it from my support group leader as a Christmas gift. Thank you, Annie!

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a jelly roll pan or cookie sheet with aluminum foil. Spread saltine crackers over the pan (do not overlap). In a saucepan, melt butter. Add in brown sugar. Bring mixture to a rolling boil and boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Pour on top of crackers, spread evenly. Put in oven for 5 minutes. Remove from oven and immediately pour chocolate chips evenly on top. Let chips stand for a few minutes until they are shiny and soft. With a spatula, spread chocolate to cover entire pan. Top with walnuts. Let cool, then refrigerate about 2 hours. Do not cut with a knife. Break into pieces and enjoy.
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"This recipe came from a book of wonderful recipes from a bunch of wonderful people. All of which are diagnosed with Scleroderma. It's called "Cooking Up a Storm for Scleroderma". I received it from my support group leader as a Christmas gift. Thank you, Annie!"

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  1. Chef Mommydude
    Almond Toffee Crunch Created by Chef Mommydude
  2. makmom
    Absolutely delicious! Made this ... used wrong pan however, but it still turned out so wonderful! Easy to break into pieces to eat & melts in your mouth! I'm making it again & giving as gift to friends! Thanks for posting!
  3. Chef Mommydude
    This recipe came from a book of wonderful recipes from a bunch of wonderful people. All of which are diagnosed with Scleroderma. It's called "Cooking Up a Storm for Scleroderma". I received it from my support group leader as a Christmas gift. Thank you, Annie!
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