My family loved the toffee. I personally don't care for chocolate and the nuts, so I made it plain and it was delicious. Thanks for a yummy and absolutely simple recipe.
Excellent recipe..this was my first attempt at making candy and it was a big success. Thanks banad for a great recipe. Thanks also to the raters who gave good tips also. Will probably make another batch for my daughter's teachers tomorrow :-)
FANTASTIC! I've been looking for a recipe like this for years - FINALLY! Tastes great! I omitted the nuts cause no one likes them and did not have any problems. Thank you for sharing!
This recipe totally kicks you-know-what!!! Loved it. Awesome. Follow just as-is and you'll agree. Per Alton Brown, the addition of corn syrup minimizes sugar crystallization. I double the recipe and made one pan of walnut and one pan of pecan. Will do again with almonds. Fast and tasty!
Easy and tasty however I was not clear on the recipe itself. How large of a baking pan? Did it need to be greased? I ended up using a 9x13 sprayed w/Pam which was too large so the toffee was very thin. Seemed the chocolate was too thick so I'd reduce the chips by 1/2 a cup and use a square baking pan. I also didn't put the top layer of nuts (I had doubled the bottom amount) so the choc & toffee layers separated when I broke them into pieces. I now know not to omit the middle layer as it helps the choc adhere to the toffee. I'll make this again w/the above changes.
Super easy and fun! Made this 2 days ago and the entire family ate it up...thanks for the recipe-it's a definate keeper.
Easy to make even for those who find it hard to boil an egg. Tastes Fantastic and it won't last the night out in my house!