The ever favorite Saltine toffee bark gets a peanut butter makeover! With peanut butter, peanut butter chips, and peanuts, this is guaranteed to make the PB lover happy!
Hope you all had a great Tuesday! I did, until I realized I missed my Tuesday post. And that I haven’t even posted a recipe in a while! It was a great feeling (not!)
So, here I am typing before the sun has risen, drinking bad coffee, and looking at pictures of triple peanut butter saltine toffee bark. One for three ain’t bad. But forgive me if this is short and a litttttle incoherent. Seriously, how do you people run in the morning? I cannot operate until I’ve had some food …
Which is why I’m going to stop talking about me and start talking about this bark. Have you had saltine toffee bark? It is hugely popular around Christmas. Basically, it is toffee covered Saltine crackers covered in melted chocolate and toffee bits. It is INcredible. It was one of my favorites (before dairy decided to break up with my system) and pretty much the only chocolate thing my Dad will eat.
Since I’m a total nut butter addict, I decided to add peanut butter – three different times. I’m kind of on a triple kick apparently. I stirred honey roasted peanut butter into the toffee mixture, then sprinkled peanut butter chips on top, and threw in some honey roasted peanuts on top of the peanut butter chips. Feel free to use regular peanut butter or salted peanuts, whatever you have on hand works. This is so easy and SO good. The Saltines stay crispy, but get a little chew from all the sugary buttery caramel. The chocolate and peanut butter chips melt into something like frosting, and then, after it has chilled for an hour, you get to bite into little bites of toffee heaven. Sweet, salty, and everything in between – right here.
- 40 Saltine crackers
- 1 cup butter
- ¾ cup brown sugar
- ⅓ cup peanut butter
- ¾ cup peanut butter chips
- ½ cup dark chocolate chips
- ½ cup honey roasted peanuts
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Line a 15x10 baking pan with foil.
- Lay Saltines in pan. You don't want them to overlap; just to be in rows.
- Melt butter and sugar on stove, stirring frequently.
- Add peanut butter and continue to cook, stirring until mixture is very bubbly.
- Pour over Saltines.
- Bake for 9-10 minutes.
- Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle with peanut butter and chocolate chips.
- Using a spatula, spread chips around as they melt.
- Sprinkle peanuts on top.
- Let cool before putting in fridge for a couple hours.
- Once cooled and hardened, break into pieces.
Store leftovers in fridge.