Homemade Heath Bars

Homemade Heath Bars

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Terri Westberry


Everyone loves these...the surprise is how much they taste like real Heath Bars, especially when using saltine crackers for the base!


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10 Min
10 Min


How to Make Homemade Heath Bars


  1. Line a jelly roll pan with aluminum foil. Place crackers in a solid cover with crackers touching. Melt butter and brown sugar; bring to a boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly so it doesn't scorch. Slowly pour over crackers, spreading quickly to cover all. Bake for 5 minutes in oven at 400F. Watch carefully to avoid burning! Remove from oven and cool for about 5 minutes. Pour chocolate chips over top spreading as evenly as possible. Let them melt and then spread with a spatula. I use sprinkles or colored sugar to decorate. Score with pizza cutter, place in refrigerator until completely cooled. Remove from foil and break into pieces to serve.
  2. Note: Be very careful not to get the butter/sugar mixture on your skin. It is very sticky and will adhere to your skin and burn!

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About Homemade Heath Bars

Course/Dish: Candies Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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