Sand Lake Cookies

My friend Margit brought these to me at an impromptu Halloween party in 1999 at my house. I thought they looked “interesting,” but oh when I tasted them… They were great! Margit’s family used to go to Sand Lake in Minnesota every summer and would bring these cookies, thus the name. They are almost like toffee, so delicious.

Sand Lake Cookies

Yields 48 cookies

12 whole graham crackers (Honeymaid)

2 sticks butter

1/2 cup sugar

Slivered almonds

Line jellyroll pan with foil. Boil butter and sugar over medium heat for exactly 2 minutes. Separate each graham cracker into 4 sections with knife; don’t use broken ones. Pour mixture over graham crackers and spread to cover completely. Sprinkle with almonds to taste. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Cool in pan, and then remove.

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