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An easy recipe for almond toffee, topped with chocolate. Skip to main content New > this month. ... English Toffee. 333 made it | 175 reviews | 33 photos. 4. ... Great toffee. (TIP - Before you make this, make sure it's not raining or too humid outside. Make this on a dry day or else the toffee will be sticky hard and not turn out).


I can’t oversell how easy this EASY Homemade English Toffee recipe is. Honestly the hardest part about this recipe is just the waiting for it to cool at the end. And trust me, you do not want a burned tongue as a consequence of impatience.


This Almond Toffee recipe is the ultimate in decadence! The flavor is rich and buttery, and the toffee itself is sandwiched between two layers of smooth chocolate and chunky toasted almonds. This recipe moves quickly, so be sure to have all of the ingredients and tools ready before you begin cooking.


Chocolate and almonds top off a rich buttery toffee. A simple recipe that you could easily remember and whip up any time. I always get compliments and requests for more. Use any type of nut that you like in place of the almonds.


How to Make Almond Toffee. Looking for a delicious gift for coworkers or neighbors during the holidays or simply want to make almond toffee to "wow" your family? While making toffee may look difficult, it's actually easy and will make you...


How to Make English Toffee. English toffee is a variety of toffee that is very buttery and often contains almonds. This recipe makes about 3 lbs (1.4 kg) of toffee. First heat the sugar water. Pour the sugar, vanilla essence and the water...


Always loved this recipe, tastes as close to the wonderful toffee they make at Shadowbrook in Tennessee as I've ever found. To make the nuts stick, I do this little trick. Grind the nuts finer and use 1 cup, not a half cup and sprinkle evenly over the toffee first.


English toffee is the epitome of classic toffee.It's rich and buttery, with a firm snap and a crisp texture that doesn't stick to your teeth. Of course, it's delicious on its own, but it really shines when it's paired with a thick coating of dark chocolate and a sprinkling of nuts.


Now the fun part begins. You need to bring the mixture up to a boil while continuously stirring so you don’t burn the candy mixture. The good news is that you don’t need a candy thermometer to make Homemade English Toffee. You just need to cook the sugar and butter mixture until it turns the color of peanut butter.