Cookie making is a huge part of my holiday routine. It always has been and I have my mom to thank for that. She always made tons of different kinds of cookies and they were often given as gifts. I have continued the tradition and love to make as many different varieties as I can.
This year I am getting used to a new kitchen and new ovens (Yay for double ovens) but the baking is going pretty well. One of the favorite ones I have made in recent years is this version of a cracker based cookie. It satisfies both the sweet and salty side of me and it is difficult to not eat just one. The recipe is super easy and one that can be made using saltines as well.
Enjoy and let me know how you like my version of Krackers.
- 96 crackers Keebler Club Crackers 2/3's package
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 2 sticks butter
- 1 -2 cups grated nuts (your choice)
- Place crackers in a single layer on a baking sheet with sides.
- Boil sugar and butter together for 2 minutes.
- Sprinkle crackers with grated nuts.
- Dribble syrup mixture over top of crackers.
- Bake for 8 minutes in 350 degree oven. Let cool on sheets and break apart. Store in tightly covered container.
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I make something similar. Using a parchment cookie sheet liner makes the process a bit easier!!! These are so yummy and great for quantity baking!!!!! Enjoy that new kitchen!!!!
Uh-oh! I coincidentalty bought some saltines the other day……
Did you leave the chocolate out? (JK) Otherwise it sounds tasty and easy which is a close second to chocolate.
I’ve seen these recipes so many times … I need to find gluten free saltines 😉
I make something similar but add chocolate to the top. Yummy!
I have seen the chocolate version as well but I decided to keep these as is. It actually is a recipe from my Grandma so I wanted to keep it her way. 🙂
I love salty/sweet combos! My favorite “cracker” cookie this time of year are Ritz crackers, sandwiched with peanut butter, dipped in chocolate!