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Soda Cracker Chocolate Candy

Soda Cracker Chocolate Candy

"'My husband and I make several batches of this easy, chocolaty nut squares for holiday gifts,' notes Margery Bryan of Royal City, Washington. 'Most people are surprised to learn the recipe includes soda crackers.' Married for 22 years, the couple recently retired and sold their ranch. Both love to cook."
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25 m servings
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  1. Line a 15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. baking pan with foil and coat with nonstick cooking spray. Place crackers in rows on foil. In a saucepan, melt butter; add the brown sugar and bring to a boil. Boil for 3 minutes. Pour over crackers and spread until completely covered. Bake at 350 degrees F for 5 minutes (crackers will float). Remove from the oven. Turn oven off. Sprinkle chocolate chips and walnuts over crackers. Return to the oven until chocolate is melted, about 3-5 minutes. Remove from the oven; using a greased spatula, press walnuts into chocolate. Cut into 1 in. squares while warm. Cool completely; remove candy from foil.

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Terrific recipe, but the timing is very dependent upon the consistency of your oven temperature. Basically, the sugar/butter combo should reach about 275 F on the stove. Once it goes into the ov...

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I was a little disappointed in these. I followed the directions and boiled the sugar and butter mixture for 3 minutes exactly and it came out grainy on one batch and then on the other batch it ...

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Terrific recipe, but the timing is very dependent upon the consistency of your oven temperature. Basically, the sugar/butter combo should reach about 275 F on the stove. Once it goes into the ov...

I found it is easiest to use parchment paper. The recipe won't stick to it after cooled and you don't have to peel it like the foil.

SOOOO YUMMY! I had to try this recipe- my grandma used to make these and my dad failed miserably at his attempt to recreate them SO, after finding this recipe our problems are solved! A couple...

I was a little disappointed in these. I followed the directions and boiled the sugar and butter mixture for 3 minutes exactly and it came out grainy on one batch and then on the other batch it ...

I make the same recipe but use graham crackers.

I tripled this recipe for a cookie exchange at work, and it still turned out well. However, I found that the size of the pan is important... I made 1 pan on the size called for in the original ...

I have made this recipe for years, it is very easy and everyone loves it. If you have any left over, store in a zip lock bag, in freezer. It is wonderful to eat, right from the freezer, and last...

Awesome recipe. I have been making this for Christmas presents and parties and its a favorite. I never used parchment paper until I started making this recipe and now I dont use anything but p...

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