Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Graham Cracker Cookies-Revisiting


I just finished making up a batch of these
& thought I might bring up the post again
for those who might want to try them this year.
They are Wickedly WONDERFUL!
(more like candy than a cookie)

I'm busy sewing for Christmas,
so little time to blog right now,
but I'll have lots of photos to share, soon!

For a last minute little treat, I thought you might like to try

making a batch of these easy & delicious little cookies.

They are SO simple & SOOOOO good!

Graham Cracker Cookies

1 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup chopped walnuts
Enough graham crackers to line a 10 by 15 inch cookie sheet.

(I put down a sheet of Release aluminum foil for easy cleanup)


Mix butter, brown sugar and bring to rolling boil.

Boil 1 full minute. Turn off heat and quickly mix in chopped walnuts.


Quickly spread on graham crackers before it cools.


Bake 350º for 15 minutes.

Cool and break up into bite sized pieces.

This is easier to do if you’ve separated all the graham cracker sections first.

These delicious & easy little treats freeze well but I wouldn’t know that because

they never last long enough around here to make it into the freezer!


I hope you are enjoying the holiday preparations at your home.

Thank you for stopping by The Gazebo House during this busy time.

I'm linking to Michael Lee's beautiful blog

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  1. Rett, This will go in my "blog recipes to try". It is certainly easy and looks so delicious. I am having a high tea in January for some friends and this would be a great sweet treat.

    Have a Merry and blessed Christmas, Rett! Enjoy your lovely family.
    xo Yvonne

  2. Blessings to you, my friend! Enjoy these special days!

  3. Merry Christmas to you my Dear Rett, and girl thanks for the fun cookie recipe, I will put this in my file...Hugs and smiles to ya girl Gl♥ria

  4. Happy Holidays! I've made these with saltines, but never graham crackers. They look yummy!

  5. I'll be right over Rett, this look fantastic and I'm sitting here thinking about something sweet. I wish you the most Merry of Christmases my friend.

  6. Someone brought this treat to a holiday party - yummuy! Now I can make it too - and I have little helpers who will be delighted to join in !

  7. They look great Rett! Merry Christmas-enjoy:@)

  8. These look delicious! Merry Christmas, Rett! ~ sarah

  9. Merry Christmas, Rett! These look wonderful.

    I'm up late (or early) depending on how you want to look at it, and I just had to let you know that I feel so blessed to have gotten to know you through blogging. So on this Christmas 2010, I wish a very Merry Christmas to you and yours!


    Sheila :-)

  10. Rett~I tried this awesome recipe, but gilded the Lilly a bit by drizzling a little (melted) chocolate over the crackers before breaking them apart. As expected they were a big hit..."thank you!"
    Maybe next time you and I will have some left to freeze, lol.

    Sweet wishes,

  11. This is one of my favorite cookie recipes, Rett. Sometimes I melt chocolate chips on the hot cookies. My family loves this recipe. Can't wait to see your sewing projects.

  12. Your new banner is beautiful! These cookies sound delicious, wonder how they would be without the nuts (I can't eat nuts.)


  13. Those are on my sister's list to do every year. Yummy!

  14. Oh yum! Going into my recipe file. Thanks so much for sharing. hugs ~lynne~

  15. I'm definitely going to make these! Thanks for the recipe. Cherry Kay

  16. Me again. There are a number of the AJKA Arabella goblets that show up on eBay. I only have to buy 4 more red ones and 2 more cobalt ones. I buy them a few at a time. I usually wait for a good deal to pup up, but toward the end, I'm tempted to pay more and finish my collection. We'll see how patient I can be. If you want them, you shouldn't have any trouble finding them. There's a good deal for 2 amethyst ones on right now...a Buy It Now, I think. Happy hunting! Cherry Kay

  17. Now this looks like something I would love and would be so easy! Thanks so much for sharing this with us.. Happy Sewing! xo marlis

  18. Dear Rhett,
    Hopped onto your beautiful place from Kitty's blog!You are such a creative and artistic person and the beautiful posts on your blog left me absolutely speechless.I am so happy to be following you - wish you a very happy festive season and Merry Christmas to you and yours:)

  19. Dear Rett,

    Thank you so much for coming over to my place and following me back - it was a pleasure to have you:)Do try out recipes that interest you and I just hope the different tastes serve well in introducing you to the flavors of the Indian cuisine:)Thanks again and have a nice weekend!


  20. Rett,
    Oh yum, these looks so good! Pat

  21. My friend makes these and they are fab-u-lous! Yum! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

  22. Yum! Easy and delicious. Perfect.

    - The Tablescaper

  23. Yum, yum. I'm baking today ~ sugar cookies. ;-)
    Happy Holidays ~ Sarah


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