5 Reviews

I made this for my sister's bridal shower a few weeks ago. It was very good. Since I couldn't find toffee at a reasonable price and didn't want to spend alot of money on pecans, I substituted a whole crushed Symphony toffee almond bar for the chocolate chips, toffee, and pecans. Everyone seemed impressed, and two people asked for the recipe. Thank you!

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Ransomed by Fire June 10, 2009

This got the Emergency Room staff seal of approval. I thinned the mix down with some milk and served it as a dip with sweet bikkies. This vanished quickly !!

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NovaM November 07, 2006

This was sooo good!! I had to make sugar cookies for Valetines day and wanted to try this so bad so....we dunked the sugar cookies in it. YUM. I didn't have time to harden in fridge but who cares!!! Thanks for the keeper.

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startnover February 12, 2006

I've used a version of this recipe but never tried toffee bits before, nice touch! Delicious with thin chocolate wafer cookies, graham crackers or even pretzels.

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skunk galloway February 07, 2006

I tagged this in zaar tag. This is wonderful!!! My kids loved this!! I didn't have any toffee chips so I used 3 Heath bars and used a meat tenderizer to chop it up!! Great recipe!! Thanks for posting Karen

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kzbhansen February 06, 2006
Chocolate Toffee Cheese Ball