Friday, 27 July 2012

Texas Crunch.


If there's one thing I learned from living with Roomie for three years, its how to bake. She used to make this dessert that we would literally sit on the couch and eat a tray of called Texas Crunch. Seemed like an appropriate thing to make to break in the new oven. 

Basically it's made of 5 ingredients.

1 Pack of Saltine Crackers
1 Cup Brown Sugar
1 Stick of Butter
1 Cup of Chocolate Chips (or 2 if you're me)
1 Cup of Butterscotch Chips 

I actually used up all of Mummy's old bags of Chocolate chips so there's dark, milk, white, and butterscotch in there... extra yummy.

1. Melt the butter and sugar in a bowl in the microwave until butter is melted and hot.
2. Lay Saltine crackers on a baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper.
3. Pour the hot butter and sugar combo over the crackers. 
4. Heat oven to 350 degrees and put the Saltine crackers in for 10 minutes.
5. This step has to be done straight away. Right when the crackers come out of the oven, pour the chips over the crackers and let them sit and melt.
6. Now walk away and give them about ten minutes to sit and melt.
7. Spread the melted chips over the crackers and put the whole tray in the fridge to cool.
8. After cooling a couple hours you can take the tray out and break the crackers up into small pieces to eat... my favorite part.








You won't regret making this, trust me.

K


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2 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Yum! Favorite!

meredith said...

That will work well for when I visit