The Infamous Krickle Krackle Recipe

I wish I had a picture to show you, but the game night attendees ate BOTH plates of Krickle  Krackle and licked the crumbs to boot.  I will describe it to you, nonetheless.  It is a delicacy that tastes like Almond Roca… but it is made with common household ingredients (well, if you’re in a woman’s kitchen.)  It’s salty.  It’s sweet.  It’s got chocolate.  It’s got almonds.   Drooling yet?

The Krickle Krackle recipe was given to me by my sister-in-law, Jennie, years ago.  The recipe card holds a special place of importance in my little red recipe binder.  Here is the recipe so all can share in it’s yummy goodness.

Krickle Krackle by Jennie Crosby (and now Linda Crosby)

Saltine Crackers (yes, it’s true)

1 c. margarine (or butter)

1 c. brown sugar

2 c. chocolate chips

1  1/2 c. slivered almonds

Grease a large cookie sheet that has sides.  (The flat ones make a mess!) Line the cookie sheet with the crackers. Boil margarine 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 chocolate chips on top and when they are melted, spread them evenly over the gooey goodness.  Sprinkle the almonds on the chocolate and gently press them into the chocolate.  Refrigerate until hard.  Cut or break and serve.  Save some in a little baggie in the back of the vegetable compartment.  (This was a new direction added tonight, that I wish I would have done yesterday.)


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6 Responses to “The Infamous Krickle Krackle Recipe”

  1. LaVonna Says:

    Gonna have to try this one out AND save some in the vegetable compartment. :)

  2. Jennie C. Says:

    And I got the recipe from Beth Scholes!

  3. rixgal Says:

    Many thanks to Beth Scholes! The REAL hero of Game Night. Poo Bah Poo Bah.

  4. ShariWOod Says:

    I can’t wait to try it. hugs to you!

  5. LaRae Says:

    This is Canadian and it’s fabulous!! I melt my choc chips then spread it on the crackers. The chips never melt all the way for me and then it looks like… well you know and no one wants to eat it… except ME!

  6. MaryIsabel Says:

    I’ve made this for years (and eaten most of it myself). When I couldn’t find the recipe I googled Krickle Krackle thinking that no one else called it that. Thanks for posting it> I now have the recipe to make some tonight.

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