6 Reviews

Yum! This was insanely easy to make and insanely good. I did half white/half brown sugar. It took about 8 minutes to hit the right temperature on high heat. I mention this since the brown sugar already made it the color of honey. :)

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ewlyn December 10, 2008

I hadn't made toffee in years but got the request this year. This was perfect - wasn't sure if the pan was to be treated prior so I did - worked out great. My old recipe used brown sugar - may use half brown and half white next time. Thanks for bringing back toffee to our holidays!

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Aunt Gaye December 15, 2006

EXCELLENT - absolutely PERFECT recipe- thank you so much. My mother's birthday is on Christmas day and this is one of her FAVORITE treats from childhood - she said this recipe is "fabulous!"

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greyghost January 03, 2006

Very, very good! I used 1 cup pecans for the bottom and another cup for the top. Mixture took exactly 10mins to turn the color of honey. As soon as you finish stirring - put your spoon and pot in hot water becuz once it dries - it hardens and takes some elbow grease to clean. Will make this again and again - thanks!!

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eLTee December 24, 2005

Wow! I just finished a batch of these this afternoon to add to my Christmas trays. I'm going to have to hide (the rest) or there won't be any left for my get-togethers. This was easy (my five year old helped) and sinfully good! Thanks!

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angie_pangie December 17, 2005

it seemed cool recipe. thank u .

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Iraqi 4 Good December 12, 2005
English Toffee