Kandy Kane Krackle

Today, my daughter asked me when I was going to write on my blog again.  I’d already been thinking about the fact that it’s been a while.  SO, with that said, I’m writing a quickie and back to more baking!

If you know what Krackle is, this is just a variation.  It may even go by another name.  All I know is, my Southern man does not like white chocolate, but he likes this!

Kandy Kane Krackle:

Set oven at:

Line a greased (or lined with parchment paper) baking dish with saltine crackers.  You’ll also need 2 sticks of butter and 1 cup 0f dark brown sugar.

Melt the butter and add the sugar, stirring all the while.  Boil it together for about 2-3 minutes.

Immediately spread the yummy mixture over the crackers. Pop it into the pre-heated oven and bake until bubbly, then 2 minutes more.  (Not an exact science here.)

While it’s baking, take about 3 or 4 candy canes off your Christmas tree (take ’em from the back side where no one’ll notice) and put them in a food storage bag.

Smash ’em to smithereens!

When the cracker/sugar/butter mix is done baking, remove from the oven.

 Pour ~2 cups of white chips over the top.

Spread the chips as they melt.

Sprinkle the pulverized candy canes over the top of the melted white chips and press in with a spatula.

Refridgerate until cool and hardened.

Break them up into pieces and store them.

That is, assuming there are any left to store.


Kandy Kane Krackle Recipe

 Saltine Crackers

1 c (2 sticks) butter

1 c. brown sugar

2 c. white chips (1 pkg)

4 Candy Canes, crushed

 Grease a large cookie sheet that has sides (the flat ones make a mess!) or baking dish.  Line the cookie sheet with the crackers.

Boil butter and brown sugar for 2 – 3 minutes.  Pour over the crackers and spread evenly.  Bake at 350*F until bubbly, THEN 2 minutes longer.  Watch carefully!

Sprinkle the chips on top and when they are melted, spread them evenly.

Sprinkle the candy cane shards onto the white chocolate and press in with a spatula.  Refrigerate until hard.  Using a spatula or knife, cut and break apart; serve.

Store left-overs in freezer.


About rebelwife

New England wife of a Southern man relocated back to Alabama.
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