Killer CHOCOLATE Covered ENGLISH TOFFEE

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Do you know what I like best about chocolate covered toffee?


I like that it is so easy to eat this in layers. Eating Chocolate Covered English Toffee in layers makes it last longer which means, that I can enjoy it longer.

Killer CHOCOLATE Covered ENGLISH TOFFEE

Killer CHOCOLATE Covered ENGLISH TOFFEE


This recipe is best eaten in smaller quantities.

Chocolate covered English toffee is pretty old school.
The toffee itself is basically made out of sugar and butter. That is the kind of a recipe that has been around for a long time.

There is another reason why English toffee is such a popular treat.
It is because English toffee tastes so good. The English sometimes like to eat their toffee as small individual candies. I have bought small tin containers of English toffee while traveling through England and that sugar and butter treat is amazing.

I'm melting chocolate over my toffee.
I like to enjoy the chocolate layer and then get surprised by a toffee treat that makes the candy last a bit longer.

Chocolate covered English Toffee makes a great gift.
I have a friend who makes toffee every year during the holidays. She then boxes the toffee up into small boxes and gives them to her friends for a holiday treat. My family looks forward to this great gift every year.

The recipe


What you will need:



  • Butter- 2 sticks softened
  • Sugar- 1 1/2 cups (can use brown or white)
  • Vanilla Extract 1 tsp
  • Chopped nuts-1/3 cup such as walnuts, peanuts, or almonds. I sometimes like to use two different kinds.
  • Chocolate chips- 1 cup (can use 6-8 ounces of bittersweet sweetened chocolate cut into pieces)

How to make this:



  • Prep a jelly roll pan or large baking pan for nonstick. Some folks will use butter for this.
  • Combine your butter,sugar, and vanilla in a sauce pan over medium heat and bring to a boil stirring as you go.
  • When your sugar begins to turn brown, about 10-12 minutes, remove from heat.
  • Pour your sugar mixture into your prepped baking sheet.
  • Meanwhile, as the mixture cools, melt your chocolate over medium heat using a double boiler method. You can also use a microwave.
  • When the chocolate is melted and the toffee is hard, pour the chocolate over the toffee.
  • Sprinkle your nuts over the melted chocolate.
  • Allow the chocolate to cool and then break the toffee into pieces. Enjoy!
  • Yum

10 comments:

  1. This does look wonderful! It never occurred to me to eat it in layers - a nice trick!!! I'd love to try this!!

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  2. I love English Taffy. This sounds so good. I can't wait to try this. Thank you for sharing

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  3. This looks so good and I love the idea of eating it in layers.

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  4. OMG!!! This is soo very delicious! Thank you.

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  5. I love Toffee and chocolate covered Toffee is even better

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  6. We are always looking for treats to prepare the grand kids...and me!

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  7. This looks so good. Will try this on my cheat day! Yay!

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  8. You just made me very happy...can't wait to try a new chocolate recipe!

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  9. Oh, toffee..Toffee toffee toffee TOFFEEEeeee....I love toffee.

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