A clear indication that my life has gotten really busy is the lack of blog updates. Life this week has been pretty crazy. I’ve been washing two weeks of vacation laundry, getting into fender benders, taking kids to the doctor for strep throat, baking a whole lot of goodies for a church function, and getting ready for our friends to come stay with us.
But I haven’t forgotten this little blog of mine. In fact, I’ve been really reminiscent (thank you spell checker) lately and have been thinking about all the recipes that have been passed on to me from my family. This saltine cracker toffee comes from my grandma. My grandma Peterson always had her house stocked with See’s chocolates and her fridge stocked with Dilly Bars from Dairy Queen. Not the small factory made ones they have now. The huge handmade Dilly Bars with the big swirl in the middle. Although you and allrecipes probably have 10,324 versions of this, this is the one my grandma made. So there.
And if you’ve never made this saltine cracker toffee you are in for a treat. It’s a toffee made with saltine crackers for that extra crunch topped with melted chocolate. Simple. Easy.
|Just line em up.|
|This is what it should look like in the oven.|