Biscoff and White Chocolate Saltine Toffee

Did you know you can make toffee with Saltine crackers?  Well, you can, and with a mix of brown sugar, Biscoff, and white chocolate, this easy sweet treat is absolutely phenomenal!

Did you know you can make toffee with Saltine crackers? Well, you can, and with a mix of brown sugar, Biscoff, and white chocolate, this easy sweet treat is absolutely phenomenal!

Okay, so if you haven’t made Saltine toffee before, you’re probably wondering how on earth this stuff works – and tastes.  I spotted it last year on Sally’s blog, and I trust her 100 percent, so I knew it would be great.  I made her chocolate and peanut butter version for Christmas Eve, and almost ran out of the stuff before the tray made it to my mom’s house.

Oops?

It’s sticky and chewy and not skinny-jean friendly, but it’s totally worth it.  Trust me on this.

The undersides of the crackers are coated with a caramelized glaze of butter and brown sugar…

Did you know you can make toffee with Saltine crackers? Well, you can, and with a mix of brown sugar, Biscoff, and white chocolate, this easy sweet treat is absolutely phenomenal!

…with the salty crackers sandwiched between the toffee and the mixture of melted white chocolate and Biscoff.

This is decadence at its finest, and I’m totally on board with it.

Did you know you can make toffee with Saltine crackers? Well, you can, and with a mix of brown sugar, Biscoff, and white chocolate, this easy sweet treat is absolutely phenomenal!

I’ve also heard this treat referred to as “Christmas Crack” – primarily because it’s made with crackers…but also because it’s nearly impossible to stop eating it.

Did you know you can make toffee with Saltine crackers? Well, you can, and with a mix of brown sugar, Biscoff, and white chocolate, this easy sweet treat is absolutely phenomenal!

Biscoff and White Chocolate Saltine Toffee
 
Ingredients
  • 1 sleeve saltine crackers (about 40 crackers)
  • 1 cup light brown sugar
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter
  • 6 tablespoons Biscoff
  • 2 cups white chocolate chips
  • sprinkles, optional
Method
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees and arrange rack in the center position.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a Silpat. Arrange crackers evenly on your baking sheet, leaving a bit of space in between each cracker. I was able to fit 5 rows of 8 crackers on my sheet.
  3. Combine butter and brown sugar in a saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring constantly until melted. Allow mixture to come to a boil for 3 minutes without stirring. Pour the hot mixture over your crackers and bake for 5 minutes.
  4. While your crackers are in the oven, melt the Biscoff in a small saucepan or in a microwave safe bowl. Remove the toffee from the oven and spread the melted Biscoff over the top. Quickly sprinkle with chocolate chips, and return to the oven for 1 more minute.
  5. Remove from oven and use a spatula to gently smooth out the Biscoff and white chocolate mixture. Place in the freezer for one hour to set. Break into pieces to gift or enjoy yourself.
  6. Keep airtight in refrigerator or at room temperature for 10 to 14 days.
Notes
recipe adapted from Sally's Baking Addiction

24 Comments

  1. Mon

    This is SOOOOOOOOOOOO good! Loved it.

    Reply
  2. Shelby J.

    What is Biscoff?

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    • Ashley

      Shelby – Biscoff is a peanut butter like spread that is made with buttery, brown sugar and spice-flavored cookies. You may find it in your grocery store next to the peanut butters. Trader’s Joes also has a version (Speculoos Cookie Butter) if you have one near you (I don’t). 🙁

      Reply
    • Bonny Lee

      If you are unable to find Biscoff near you, it’s easy to make. Probably a google search would give you the info..

      Reply
  3. Debbie Wetzstein

    What is Biscoff??

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Hi Debbie. Biscoff is a peanut butter like spread that is made with buttery, brown sugar and spice-flavored cookies. You may find it in your grocery store next to the peanut butters. Trader’s Joes also has a version (Speculoos Cookie Butter).

      Reply
  4. sally @ sallysbakingaddiction

    So happy you made it Ashley! I have to try it with biscoff soon. I’m not surprised you loved the peanut butter version so much last year!

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Sally, your peanut butter version was a-MA-zing! Seriously, the hit of our Christmas Eve dessert table last year!

      Reply
  5. Isabel

    Can I buy this in Canada and if not what else can. I substitute for it?

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    • Ashley

      Isabel, if Biscoff is unavailable in Canada, you may either just omit it or use peanut butter instead.

      Reply
  6. Andrea

    I’ve been making the regular chocolate version of the saltine toffee after being introduced to it by my college roommate many years ago. I seriously LOVE that stuff!! I’ll have to find the PB version, and this one sounds AMAZING!! I’ll be adding this to my Christmas candy list for sure!!

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  7. Leigh Anne Wilkes

    This looks so good! Can’t get enough of that Biscoff!!

    Reply
  8. Trish - Mom On Timeout

    Looks incredible Ashley! I love the addition of biscoff – genius! Pinned and sharing on FB on Thursday…when we’ll be freezing cold in Minnesota together 🙂

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Thanks, Trish! I can’t wait to see you!

      Reply
  9. Captainchili

    These are terrific! Hard to believe a saltine cracker is involved.

    Reply
  10. Re-Imaginations Kids

    I just found Biscoff on clearance at CVS for $2.50! Can’t wait to try this! 🙂

    Reply
  11. Liz

    Could you use Nutella instead of Biscoff? I may be guilty of a Nutella addiction…

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Absolutely!

      Reply
  12. Krystal

    Can this be made ahead and frozen? It sounds delicious!!

    Reply
  13. Kendra

    dont suggest using Ghirardelli white chocolate!! It doesn’t melt well, made a mess! ;(

    Reply
  14. Joan

    What kind of white chocolate chips did you use? I used Nestle, and they would not melt to a spreading consistency, even after putting them in the oven a little longer.

    Reply
    • Molly

      I’m having the same problem! I bought enough supplies for 8 batches, and the Nestle white chocolate chips are not melting well. It tastes good though, but doesn’t look good enough to give as gifts.

      Reply

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