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Graham Break-Aways

Graham Break-Aways recipe
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Go ahead, show off. Make sublimely sweet chocolate-and-nut-topped toffee served on a graham cracker. Guaranteed cooler than the usual bake sale fare.
15 min
25 min
24 servings
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I made these for my Christmas boxes last year. It was a huge hit; not to mention that I loved them too! Really easy to make, but probably not the best recipe to have your kids help out: lots of hot sticky liquids. Relatively simple, but needs more gear than regular cookies. I loved it!
My son an i made the graham break-aways we shared with family and everyone loved them, they all want the recipe.
Everyone loved these! Easy to make, and absolutely delicious!
A definite crowd favourite. I'm always asked to bring those "graham cookie things" :) I found that using a Silpat works in order to ensure that the cookies don't stick. I did have one problem once making them - for some reason the margarine and sugar didn't seem to want to mix together and all I got was a soggy tray of graham crackers that I had to throw out. I wonder if it was they type of margarine I used? In any case, I've made them several times since and they're always amazing. I've added cinnamon to the butter/sugar mixture, and have used different types of nuts, different types of chocolate, and sprinkled coconut on it too. It's amazing no matter how you make it!
Have made these dozens of times but I really like them better with Ritz crackers. I love that buttery/salty flavor it gives these. And, if your budget is short, or you have people that don't care for nuts, just crush up some of the crackers that you used in the recipe and sprinkle over the top of chocolate instead of pecans.
Made it for the 4th and everyone loved it. I had to give the recipe to everyone. Easy. I added a little more chocolate and nuts. i will make this one many more times.
Easy to make! Be sure to line your sheet tray with foil and spray it with Pam before lining it with the graham crackers. I added coconut with the pecans and it tasted like Heath bars! Yum!
Really rich. Pretty good but it almost seems like you either don't need so much butter or can do a little less on the whole butter and sugar mixture. I also added MORE chocolate (I used chocolate chips) and they barely covered the top, so use your judgment. All in all they were good and very little of it satisfied our sweet tooth!
These are soo good and easy to make!
awesome! huge hit at a party that we took it to.
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