Chocolate Toffee Graham Treats

"These are delicious and easy (only 5 ingredients)! If you like toffee bars like Heath or Skor, then you will enjoy these treats."
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Ready In:
22 treats




  • Preheat oven to 350*.
  • Arrange graham crackers in a single layer in a 15 x 10 baking sheet.
  • Combine butter and sugar in saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly until butter melts; then boil 2 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and stir in pecans.
  • Pour mixture evenly over crackers and spread carefully to edge of pan, covering crackers completely.
  • Bake for 10 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and sprinkle evenly with chocolate chips; when chips melt, smooth evenly to cover top.
  • Cool in pan for 5 minutes; carefully separate and transfer squares to a wax paper lined cookie sheet.
  • Refrigerate until chocolate hardens.

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  1. ProudMamaT
    These are very good, as one other had said I would increase the cooking time on the toffee just a bit, because it was still a bit soft and gritty as apposed to brittle like actual toffee, when only boiling for two minutes. I was suspicious when the mixture was still light golden brown instead of darker like peanut butter, but thought that maybe the cooking time in the oven would make up for it. It didn't. I will definitely try these again. *Update: I tried it again and boiled the toffee for 4 minutes and it turned out great!
  2. WW Girl
    Super rich treat that is very yummy. It is hard to stop with one. I used aluminum foil under them and it helped tremendously with the clean-up.
  3. Pam-I-Am
    Just like I remember making years ago. I had lost the recipe and came on zaar to find it again. Most of the recipes I found use saltines - but I prefer the version with graham crackers. This tastes just like chocolate covered toffee. I forgot to add the nuts in the sugar mixture so I sprinkled the nuts on top of the chocolate. Delicious! Thanks for posting!
  4. Marg (CaymanDesigns)
    Very rich and delicious. Easy to make. Good with vanilla ice cream. I wish I had tossed some chopped pecans on top. Or added a handful of white chocolate chips for a marbled effect. I think I prefer the version made with saltine crackers though. I missed the saltiness.
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  5. erinirish
    Not sure what went wrong but I followed the recipe and some turned out OK while others were pretty mushy or stuck to the pan. I will try greasing the pan or using foil next time. Should have read the review tips first!


  1. Chef Pamela E
    I have made this recipe using saltine crackers instead of graham crackers and it is easy and delicious! A wonderful addition to anyone's recipe file!


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