Matzah Caramel Buttercrunch
I first created Matzoh Buttercrunch (more colloquially referred to these days as Matzoh Crack) when my first (of three) son was under a year old. It came about because my new toddler refused all other manner of Passover desserts and I was inspired to make something easy and delicious. I had no idea I would invent something as miraculous (almost) as the Red Sea parting. This is both easy and addictive. Warning: make a box for yourself before Passover and one box to serve at your Seders.
Incidentally, I now make a batch with semi-sweet chocolate, one with white and dark or milk chocolate swirl, a butter-brown sugar topped one only, and the newest (see the recipes notes below), Vanilla Matzoh Buttercrunch or the Raspberry White Chocolate Variation. Some people add almonds or other chopped nuts. I also use matzoh buttercrunch ground up, as a cake garnish. It's kosher praline, so to speak).
Reprinted with permission from Marcy Goldman/BetterBaking.com