It’s just a few days for Christmas. So you have to stock up the refrigerator with Christmas cracks. After all, you never know when the sweet tooth strikes. So today, we’ve rounded up 30 best Christmas crack recipes for you. Have a look!
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This Chocolate Saltine Toffee Aka Christmas Crack is very simple to make and tastes absolutely amazing. A perfect festive treat, we must say.
Would you believe if I say that this too is made with saltine crackers? Sounds surprising, isn’t it? To make this phenomenal treat, you need to mix Biscoff, brown sugar, and white chocolate.
This Cranberry Bliss Saltine Toffee is mouth drooling, lip smacking and finger licking good. Just the sight of white chocolate and cranberries on sweet toffee and salted crackers is making my heart sing.
This sweet and salty chocolate treat would make a perfect food gift for Christmas.
Don’t you think everything taste better with M&M? This sweet and salty crack toffee takes just 15 minutes to make and is sure to become the favorite of kids.
This crack bar has layers of deliciousness in every bite. It has caramel, chocolate graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow.
You won’t believe this Christmas crack is until you make it yourself. Open the link to get step-up-step instructions for making these cookie bites.
This Christmas crack has a toffee layer at the bottom, is covered with chocolate and is topped with melted white chocolate. And it’s super addictive.
This stuff is seriously addictive. It has a combination of peanut butter and chocolate, and we all know that there’s nothing better than this combination.
This toffee combined two of my most favorite combination- chocolate and caramel. Along with this, it has sugar, marshmallow, butter and peanut butter.
Here’s the recipe for toffee-bathed crackers, slathered with almonds and chocolates. You will love the cracker crunch and the bit of saltiness in this toffee.
We’re sure you wouldn’t come across something like this in the candy shop. The combination of powder blue, royal blue and white is looking stunning. You can try the traditional red, white and green color combination as well.
Christmas Crack From Culinary Hill:
The blogger of Culinary Hill has used a generous quantity of caramel for this crack. It’s looking very appetizing.
It’s a standard Christmas crack, but has cranberries and nuts mixed in it. The crack I then drizzled with chocolate.
You must have heard about gingerbread men. But ginger Christmas crack? Isn’t that sound too yummy? We can’t wait to try it out.
Here’s a crack with a difference. It does not have chocolate or brown sugar, but is made with bacon and maple. It’s highly addictive, smoky and sweet.
This sweet and salty crack will make a huge hit with the children. It requires just a few ingredients and takes just 10 minutes preparation.
Peanut butter cracker toffee is melt-in-the-mouth delicious. It is made with creamy peanut butter and white chocolate.
This incredible toffee is incredibly easy to make. It has a sweet and salty kick to it. You can try making multiple pans for presenting to the guests and relatives.
This cracker is layered with homemade caramel and is drizzled with dark chocolate. It’s perfect for gifting and bake sales.
This crack is layered with graham cracker toffee, marshmallows, and chocolate. What else do you need in life? You can even top with pecans to make a filling treat. My mouth is watering already.
These yummy looking toffees will last up to a week if stored in an airtight container. And they are totally addictive.
This praline crack is chewy, crunchy, sugary and incredibly addictive.
Rarely do we get to see pistachio on a cracker? It’s mostly topped with either almonds or pecans. You can also keep it extremely salty if possible.
Do you know what you get by combining saltine crackers with chocolate and caramel? A highly addictive Christmas crack.
How cute doe these Toffees look to you? Just think of the difference sugar powder makes in a dessert. It sounds heavenly.
This saltine toffee is sweet, salty and chocolatey. What’s not to love here? You can top this toffee with anything you like, peanut, pecan or anything crunchy.
A typical toffee requires a candy thermometer, loads of instruction and precision timing. But this candy doesn’t require anything. It’s so easy and quick to make that you’ll feel you have made it before.
This English Toffee looks beautiful, isn’t it? If you want to make the English toffee fluffier, add ¼ cup of boiling water to the mixture and follow the steps.
This brickle bar will be ready in a flash. The melted chocolate on the bars is making it looking even prettier.