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I just made three trays of these and they turned out grainy and not set-up. I followed the recipe I was using and boiled for 3 minutes at a rolling boil before pouring on crackers and baking. 

Since I was going to toss them anyway so it doesn't matter if this ruins them, I put them back in the oven (even withwith chocolate, nuts and sprinkles on them). I used an oven thermometer and waited tilluntil the temptemperature of the toffee was 280 degrees before pulling them out. This
This took about twenty minutes (because they were cooled). They boiled for about 6-7 minutes while in the oven, which they hadn't the first time through. I kept a sharp eye on them. 

They looklooked alright and I ran a spoon through the toffee and put it in the freezer. The stuff on the spoon is the right toffee crunchy texture once cooled, so I think re-baking them to a higher temp/boiling for a few minutes in the oven did the trick and saved the batch! 

I think next time I make these I'll make sure they come back up to a boil in the oven and give them a few minutes boiling in there.

I just made three trays of these and they turned out grainy and not set-up. I followed the recipe I was using and boiled for 3 minutes at a rolling boil before pouring on crackers and baking. Since I was going to toss them anyway so it doesn't matter if this ruins them, I put them back in the oven (even with chocolate, nuts and sprinkles on them). I used an oven thermometer and waited till the temp of the toffee was 280 degrees before pulling them out. This took about twenty minutes (because they were cooled). They boiled for about 6-7 minutes while in the oven, which they hadn't the first time through. I kept a sharp eye on them. They look alright and I ran a spoon through the toffee and put it in the freezer. The stuff on the spoon is the right toffee crunchy texture once cooled so I think re-baking them to a higher temp/boiling for a few minutes in the oven did the trick and saved the batch! I think next time I make these I'll make sure they come back up to a boil in the oven and give them a few minutes boiling in there.

I just made three trays of these and they turned out grainy and not set-up. I followed the recipe I was using and boiled for 3 minutes at a rolling boil before pouring on crackers and baking. 

Since I was going to toss them anyway, I put them back in the oven (with chocolate, nuts and sprinkles on them). I used an oven thermometer and waited until the temperature of the toffee was 280 degrees before pulling them out.
This took about twenty minutes (because they were cooled). They boiled for about 6-7 minutes while in the oven, which they hadn't the first time through. I kept a sharp eye on them. 

They looked alright and I ran a spoon through the toffee and put it in the freezer. The stuff on the spoon is the right toffee crunchy texture once cooled, so I think re-baking them to a higher temp/boiling for a few minutes in the oven did the trick and saved the batch! 

I think next time I make these I'll make sure they come back up to a boil in the oven and give them a few minutes boiling in there.

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I just made three trays of these and they turned out grainy and not set-up. I followed the recipe I was using and boiled for 3 minutes at a rolling boil before pouring on crackers and baking. Since I was going to toss them anyway so it doesn't matter if this ruins them, I put them back in the oven (even with chocolate, nuts and sprinkles on them). I used an oven thermometer and waited till the temp of the toffee was 280 degrees before pulling them out. This took about twenty minutes (because they were cooled). They boiled for about 6-7 minutes while in the oven, which they hadn't the first time through. I kept a sharp eye on them. They look alright and I ran a spoon through the toffee and put it in the freezer. The stuff on the spoon is the right toffee crunchy texture once cooled so I think re-baking them to a higher temp/boiling for a few minutes in the oven did the trick and saved the batch! I think next time I make these I'll make sure they come back up to a boil in the oven and give them a few minutes boiling in there.