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November 12, 2011



Ahaha, I think the serves 20 is a typo, too (serves 2). :P Butterscotch sounds like a superb idea! I might try white chocolate (too sweet?) or crushed candy canes + chocolate. Thank you!


I love chocolate covered graham crackers, too. Yeah, they would be pretty sweet with this recipe, but I'm should I'd love them.

Mrs. L

Cassaendra - I guess they think people will stop at having two small pieces? Yeah right...

Makfan - Pretty sweet is pretty sweet sometimes :)


Looks yummy, I love sweet and salty!!!

Lindsay @ Pinch of Yum

I love baking treats with saltines!

Carolyn Jung

How simple and wonderful this is -- choco-covered saltines. Love it! After all, who can resist the sweet with the salty? ;)

Nicole Gamble

My mouth is watering now just looking at it! Super recipe!


I have always wanted to try this recipe! Looks like I'm going to have it on my mind until I try it!


Mrs. L, we love saltines so much that they disappear too quickly from the foodhoe pantry, but this sounds so drool worthy... I want them topped with crunchy peanut butter! p.s. for some reason, I can't comment on your blog using an iPad...


These are so simple and yet so good! They have everything I crave, crunchy sweet and salty! Love it :)!


Thanks for posting this recipe. An easy way to prepare snacks,something sweet and salty.

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