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Graham Wafer Toffee

Graham Wafer Toffee

I am sure you have seen it everywhere. It seems every season more and more people are making it. With good reason. It is sweet, buttery, crunchy and just spectacular! You may have seen it made with saltines, and it is fantastic. That little hit of salt and the flakiness of the crackers is perfect.

But there is just something about graham wafers that I can’t resist. The flavour is one that takes me back to my childhood and one that I still love today.

Graham Wafer Toffee is quick, very easy and fairly inexpensive. You can substitute saltines for the graham wafers and change out the type of nut used on top to one your family enjoys!

GrahamWafer Toffee
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  • 16 graham wafers
  • 1 cup of butter
  • 1 cup of brown sugar
  • 1½ cups of semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 cup of toasted pecans - chopped
  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil and lightly spray with non stick spray.
  2. Arrange the graham wafers with sides touching, covering the entire surface of the cookie sheet.
  3. Set aside.
  4. In a small saucepan melt the butter over medium heat.
  5. Add the brown sugar stirring to combine.
  6. Cook and stir the mixture until it comes to a boil.
  7. Boil for 2 minutes.
  8. Pour the hot sugar mixture over the graham wafers.
  9. Use an offset spatula to spread the sugar to completely cover the graham wafers
  10. Bake at 350 for 6 minutes or until bubbling.
  11. Remove from oven.
  12. Sprinkle the chocolate chips over the surface of the bubbly brown sugar.
  13. Allow the chips to soften for a few minutes.
  14. I like to cover the cookie sheet with another cookie sheet to help retain the heat and melt the chips.
  15. Once the chocolate chips are shiny they are soft.
  16. Using the offset spatula spread the chocolate to completely cover the buttery sugar layer.
  17. Sprinkle with the toasted chopped pecans and allow to cool fully.
  18. Break apart and enjoy!


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You know you’re hooked when your dinner is cold by the time you’re done taking pictures of it…….

 For over 30 years I have been involved in a love affair with food.  There is nothing more gratifying then taking the freshest ingredients available and turning them into something spectacular, then sharing that with those you love.

From the 4000 sq. foot gardens to the 12 hour canning marathons. The 1000’s of hours building gingerbread houses and  the delicate chocolate work I do. The all nighters running the smoker,  BBQing for friends. The lighting set ups to the many photo shoots to capture it all. It truly is what drives me creatively. I love taking on new projects and stepping outside of my comfort zone. It is amazing what can happen when you put yourself out there.

My name is Redawna Kalynchuk, welcome to Nutmeg Disrupted

I am a photographer and enjoy weather, landscape, commercial & concert photography and am opening a Commercial, Food & Portrait Photography Studio in February 2017.

I have been a recipe developer for 30 years and love creating with various ingredients.

With a strong online presence I enjoy being an active participant on the Internet creative community! 

I am an online Field Editor for Taste of Home Magazine. I have been on their website for 10 years contributing content for their print magazines and books and also some of their online content. I am a proud member of The Food Bloggers of Canada, and an avid Gastroposter for The Edmonton Journal.

I had the pleasure of being featured in the Canadian Tire online catalogue in 2013 and was also published in Our Canada.

I compete in gingerbread house competitions to raise money for charity.  To be able to make something with sugar and flour and raise 1000’s of dollars has become one of my passions.  I enjoy working with all types of recipes. And love to correspond with people from all over the world.

I am open to new opportunities and have enjoyed working with brands to develop new and exciting content for web and print.

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Blogging from Alberta I can be reached at  or via Twitter @Redawna

Glad you stopped by for a glimpse into the journey.

Redawna Kalynchuk from Nutmeg Disrupted

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