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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Sweet Treats Saturday: Poor Man's Toffee Variations

I'm still around! I've just been swamped with work stuff, baby stuff... so much stuff!  I've been getting caught up on my blogosphere reading, just not getting around to writing anything myself.  So while I'm working on getting my mojo back, here's a yummy treat I made for a recent neighborhood get-together. It's so quick, easy, and people gobbled it up!

Speaking of which, wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving! Even if you don't celebrate, I hope that you have much to be thankful for and are enjoying the approaching holiday season!

Poor Man's Toffee
Recipe modified from family and various online sources
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2 tubes or Ritz crackers (1/2 of a 4 pack box)
1 14oz can sweetened, condensed milk
1 bag toffee bits
Optional: Hershey's bar, broken into pieces

1. In a large bowl, crush the ritz crackers.  Mix in the condense milk and toffee bits.

2. Press into 8x8" greased pan. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 15 minutes.  If adding chocolate, take out at about 10 minutes, sprinkle with chocolate, and bake the remaining 5 minutes.  Let cool, cut and enjoy!


  1. Looks good! I'm glad you're back.

    1. Thank you! And yes, they're delicious! ;)

  2. Good to see you back and hoping you're enjoying your pregnancy. I loved it the four times I did it. Are Ritz crackers in the US sweet or savoury? Here in the UK they are smallish, salted biscuits eaten with cheese at parties.

    1. Thank you! I'm definitely enjoying parts of it - feeling the baby move, etc. The aches and pains are no fun but it'll all be worth it in the end. ;) The ritz here are a savory cracker as well. They're great with cheese or peanut butter. I use them crumbled as a topping on some of our casseroles and in dessert dishes like this where their saltiness and crunch adds a great twist.


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