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Boston Candy

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Boston Candy…. no idea why it’s named that… its what i was told, all i know is it’s been a hit wherever I’ve brought a bowl of it. The clincher? RIDICULOUSLY easy to make.

These suckers are addictive… especially by the third day they’re around.

So next time you’ve got a pot-luck party to go to and need to bring a dessert… bring a bowl of this and let the compliments roll!

By the way… this is soooooooooo not healthy so any calorie counters… don’t bother!

Boston Candy

Ingredients

  • Soda Crackers (salted)
  • 3/4 cup of brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup of butter
  • 1 packet of white chocolate chips (we used Chipits brand)
  • 1 packet of chocolate chips (we used Chipits brand)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400F;
  2. Use a cookie sheet (approx 10×13) lined with aluminum foil;
  3. Place enough soda crackers to neatly cover the tray;
  4. On the stove top, heat to bubbling (but not boiling);
    1. 3/4 cup of brown sugar;
    2. 3/4 cup of butter;
  5. Pour over the crackers. Use a spatula to fill in all the cracks and place in oven at 400F for 5 minutes;
  6. Remove from the oven and sprinkle with;
    • 1 packet of white chocolate chips;
    • 1 packet of chocolate chips;
  7. Place back in oven at 400F for 2 minutes (or until chocolate chips have become soft to spread);
  8. Remove from oven and swirl the 2 chocolates together with a spatula;
  9. Place in freezer for 1 hour;
  10. Peel off the foil and break up into bite size pieces;
  11. Enjoy!

Here we filled the aluminum lined tray with the crackers.

On medium heat, we melted the brown sugar and butter until we got a nice caramel color (bubbling)

We then poured the “caramel” over the crackers and spread it with a spatula. Put it in the oven for approximately 5 minutes.

Take out tray from oven and sprinkle on the chocolate! Put back in for about 2 minutes.

Take out and swirl the chocolate!!! Now pop it in the freezer for 1 hour.

Take out and peel off aluminum.

Break it into bite size pieces and guard it from whoever is around!!!

Little side note… Chris Johnstone gave us this recipe… I felt like he passed on a legacy… Thanks Chris!

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