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Toffee Graham Crackers

1 stack graham crackers broken into 1/4ths
2 sticks (1/2 pound) butter or margarine
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 cup very finely chopped nuts (I use pecans)
1 jelly roll pan

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix the above ingredients in a small boiler. Bring to a rolling boil for 3 minutes. Remove from heat.

Add 1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring.

Place the graham crackers flat on the jelly roll pan. Pour the liquid mixture over them. Place the pan in the oven and bake 5-8 minutes. Remove them from the pan after they are cooled.


  • Rachel said....

    Wow, they look delicious!

  • food-kids-recipe said....

    you know what?i feel hungry when i look that smells delicious i think.btw greetings from me

  • OLLIE MCKAY ~ A Chic Boutique For Girls Who Shop and Girls Who Golf ~ And lots of Yada in between~ Enjoy! said....

    Yummy!! I tried a recipe almost exactly like this last Christmas! It was sooo delicious and everyone loved it! Had at a party, but also gave to a few people as a little gift in a cute holiday box! Your recipe is even easier than the one I had, so will keep this one for sure. Happy Cooking!

  • ImitationAngel said....

    Yummy! I'm going to try this. I think those would be good with a cold glass of milk.

  • food-kids-recipe said....

    i have try Toffee Graham Crackers but for this Add 1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring i have change in to chocolate flavor because i am fan of chocolate flavor and guess what?its really delicious for me. heheh i test it to my sis and my broth and they're like it to. thank you for your recipe.

    btw i wonder would you mind to xchange links with me? i have add your links into my blogroll with name 1 Blog & 2 Sides. please feel free to check it. thank you before.

  • carol said....

    This sounds wonderful!

  • Jennifer said....

    Looks awesome! as my son would say " Yummy Yummy in my Tummy!"

  • 'Cuz I Felt Like It! said....

    These are some of the AWESOMEST things I have EVER put in my mouht!!!! Mmmmm!!!!

  • Wanda said....

    Hi Everyone. Thank you for all of your comments. These are really delicious and I'm glad you liked them. A glass of good, fresh, cold milk is fantastic with these.
    Another way you can make these is to put some milk chocolate chips on top of these while they are hot and spread them out over the crackers. If the crackers aren't hot enough, place them back in the oven for just a minute to allow the chocolate to move and be spreadable.
    Food-Kids-Recipe, I have linked your site with mine. Thanks for adding me to yours.
    Everyone have a wonderful afternoon!

  • Liz said....

    This sounds good and easy.

  • ask ms recipe

    Looks really good I will give it a try.

  • Beth said....

    My nephew's grandmother makes these for him every Christmas, and they are indeed very tasty. I'll have to try making these myself. :)

  • Kim said....

    I have had these or something like them before. I can now try to make them myself from your recipe. Thanks for posting it!
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  • Chic Gal said....

    OMG! My heart skipped a beat when I saw this post. My grandmother used to make these. She's been gone over 10 years and I haven't been able to duplicate this recipe. Thank you so much!

  • Reeni said....

    What a nice little treat!

  • Lynne said....

    This sounds so simple and so delicious! A great take along snack too.

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