Day 10. We’ve made it to day 10. Christmas is now just around the corner. I still have so many things to do. This evening’s plans include a whole lot of gift wrapping and maybe a bit of baking. Tomorrow – work, then probably more wrapping and baking. The shopping is done. I made a quick stop into a local Walmart today – mistake. I couldn’t wait to get myself right back out of there.
A couple of weeks ago, my friend Carly sent me a message asking me if I planned on posting a 12 Frilly Days of Christmas this year. At the time, I was getting nervous about being able to pull it off this year. I always stress so much about which recipes to post, having a nice mix of different kinds of recipes, and having the time to pull it all off. It’s not easy posting 12 days in a row while parenting a toddler, keeping a full time job, and all of the other regular life stuff, all during the holidays.
Knowing this, Carly was kind enough to pass along a couple of great recipes, including this one for these Ritzy Toffee Squares. Mmm, mmm, mmm. These are positively delicious. Another fantastic perk? Three ingredients. Dead easy.
These squares are great as is, but feel free to put a thin layer of white frosting on them if you’d like. Once these squares cool, they cut very cleanly – I just love that about them. A perfect little bite-sized treat. They are made for a plate of Christmas sweets.
Thanks so much Carly for reading the blog and for passing along a wonderful recipe. I appreciate it so so much.
[yumprint-recipe id=’12’][Recipe] Ritzy Toffee Squares
Makes 36 squares
200 gram box Ritz crackers
1 package toffee bits
1 can condensed milk
Preheat oven to 325F.
Crush the crackers in their bag until they are coarse crumbs.
In a large bowl, combine the cracker crumbs, the toffee bits, and the can of milk.
Poor into a well greased and parchment lined 8×8″ baking pan.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Allow the squares to cool completely before removing them from the pan to cut.
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