English Toffee. Top this crunchy, caramel toffee with dark chocolate and toasted nuts. It's so easy to make and keeps for weeks. Melt chocolate over hot, but not boiling water.. I will guide you to make English Toffee for my daughter.
A popular variant of toffee is English toffee, which is a very buttery toffee often made with almonds. It is available in both chewy and hard versions. English Toffee: This is my family's favorite candy! You can simply cook English Toffee by following 6 ingredients and just 5 steps. Here is how you can easily make it.
Ingredients of English Toffee
|Approximately 1 cup of sugar.|
|Prepare 1 cup of butter or margerine.|
|Take 3 tbsp of water.|
|About 1 tsp of vanilla.|
|You need 1 of milk chocolate bar (4 1/2 oz).|
|Take 1/2 cup of finely chopped pecans.|
The chocolate, nuts and sprinkles are optional as you can just have the toffee plain (very good plain too)! We make it for every holiday and birthday. English Toffee serves as a great staple in any holiday candy gift basket or goodie plate. But if you want to add a little diversity to the Christmas candy creations, you can try some of these other great recipes This English Toffee recipe comes from our Aunt Delsa.
English Toffee cooking instructions
|Combine sugar, butter, and water in heavy saucepan. Cook to 300°, or hard crack stage, stirring constantly..|
|Add vanilla. Pour into buttered 9x9x1 1/2" pan. Cool 5 minutes..|
|Break chocolate bar in pieces; sprinkle over top. Spread as it melts. Sprinkle with nuts, pressing them lightly into chocolate. Cool; break into pieces..|
|Makes 24 to 36 pieces..|
|Homemade candy always is a welcome gift to take when you go visiting..|
It's the best toffee recipe I have ever tried. (And I've tried a bunch). The texture is perfect, and the flavor divine. This toffee recipe is an awesome Christmas candy recipe, it makes a great gift for sharing and can be frozen for long term storage. Toffee is a confection made from sugar and butter with a pleasingly creamy, melting texture. Toffee can be hard or soft, depending how it's prepared.