Let's Talk With Smash & Kt (8)

, by Kt Clapsadl

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This week's question:

Please share your favorite Holiday recipe. And if you don’t have one or cook, then go find one that sounds YUM-O! Feel free to include pictures. (Thank you, Krisitn/My ParaHangover!)


I'll give you one word. BRICKLE. This stuff is SO stinking good. Go figure, I made four batches today and didn't think to take pictures of the steps. :(

Ingredients:

Approx one sleeve of Saltine Crackers
1 Cup Packed Brown Sugar
1 Cup Butter
1 Cup Chocolate Chips
2/3 Cup Hershey's Bits o Brickle

Preheat Oven to 400 Degrees

- Line a rimmed cookie sheet with aluminum foil, making sure to keep an even lip
- Lay out saltines flat until they fill the pan without overlapping and not leaving any large gaps (may need a few crackers from a 2nd sleeve)
- In a medium pan melt butter completely over medium heat.
- Stir in brown sugar
- Stir frequently and continue cooking until mixture starts to boil
- Once boiling cook for approximately 3 minutes. (The mixture should have gotten very thick and fully bubbling, as well as starting to pull from the sides.
- Pour the mixture over the crackers evenly
- Use the back of the spoon to spread and smooth over any dry spots on the crackers
- Bake in oven for 5 minutes
- Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle chocolate chips on top
- Wait 5 minutes and then spread evenly until the top is covered
- Sprinkle the bits o brickle over the top and lightly press into the chocolate
- Put in freezer until hardened
- Take out of the freezer and remove the foil from the back
- Break in to pieces and place in an air tight container
- Keep in freezer until ready to eat


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