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I love toffee and this is a great recipe. Easy to put together and even easier to eat!! Thanks for posting.
Yummy, easy, it makes a bunch.
This recipe is fantastic! It was incredibly easy to put together and had that light, pleasant crunch that is English toffee. I was put off by the amount of butter, but decided anything with that much butter in it had to be good. I grated an 8-oz. Hershey's bar and combined that with finely chopped walnuts to put on both sides of the candy. This one definitely goes into my Ts&T collection.
I made a bunch of this for Christmas and it each batch came out delicious!!! Thanks so much!!
Wonderful toffee, made this as part of my christmas baking and love it. I did add a tsp. of vanilla to the butter sugar mixture and instead of grating the chocolate bar and placing the nuts on the cookie sheet I poured the toffee into a greased and foiled 9X13 pan and then pour a bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips over the top and pressed them in with my hand then poured the walnuts over that and pressed the walnuts in with my hand also. I looked lovely and tasted even better. Thank you for the great and easy recipe.
This is a great recipe. This was my first time making it and it turned out delicious. Love it, very easy to put together. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe. Very yummy...
I love this recipe. It takes about 12 minutes to get the mixture up to temperature--so be patient. My daughter and I ate the whole batch in about 3 days. You might want to get it out of the house before you become addicted.
This recipe was very easy. I am new to making candy and thank goodness I had a candy thermometer! Everyone loved and it and it is disappearing quickly!!
This is the best toffee recipe I've found. It's nice and crunchy and very tasty. I used unsalted butter, so I added 1 teaspoon of salt, which was just about right. I also stirred in some toasted sliced almonds right after I took the toffee off the heat.