December 8, 2011

Cookie Week: Best Toffee Eva AKA 10 minute toffee


(this is not a cookie, I know, but it falls under that category!) 

hey small things blog readers! lauren here from From My Grey Desk blog. and i'm bringing you something delicious and perfect for the holidays...or anytime of year!

prepare yo-selves for the best toffee eva. i'm serious. and it's takes 10 minutes.

ingredients:
1 cup sugar
1 cup butter
3 tablespoons water
1 tablespoon karo syrup
1 - 5 oz. package sliced almonds
2 - 1.5 oz. hershey chocolate bars
chopped nuts

directions:
1. cook sugar, butter, water, syrup in an electric skillet at 350-375 degrees
2. stir for approximately 10 minutes, until caramel color
3. add almonds & spread in buttered pan
4. break hershey bars and scatter on top of warm toffee
5. let soften and spread (if needed, pop in oven at 350 degrees for about a minute to soften chocolate)
6. sprinkle with nuts
7. put pan in freezer for about 2 hours
8. break apart and eat 


start with all your ingredients:


heat up your electric skillet to 350-375 degrees (you could do this on the stove if you don't have an electric skillet)


melt your butter, sugar, water, and karo syrup


stir for approximately 10 minutes, until caramel color


butter a pan or some dish that you'll put the toffee in


this is about what it will look like once it's ready


stir in almonds


yum


spread in pan and dot with chocolate bar


spread the softened chocolate all over that toffee


after taken out of freezer, break apart and chow down!



13 comments:

  1. this is my favorite toffee recipe. i like to put them in the fridge. delicious!

    http://www.feelslikehomeblog.com/2009/12/christmas-crack-also-known-as-cracker-candy-or-toffee-bark/

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  2. I LOVE toffee!! It's my weakness... thanks for posting!

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  3. Oh wow! That's looks super simply and easy to make. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. That looks really good!! I'm going to have to try it.

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  5. Perfect! I cant wait to make this and give it out for the holidays! Question after you break it up does it need to be stored in the fridge?

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  6. I didnt know toffee was this easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Looks amazing! Will have to try out for the kiddos.

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  8. ohhhh my lord,i wish I hadn't seen this!! lol

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  9. That looks AMAZING. Oh my. I think I am going to go crazy in my kitchen this weekend...

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  10. I made this over the weekend, and it was so easy and delicious! Definitely going to make some more for Christmas!
    Thanks!

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