Chocolate Macadamia Crunch Candy
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- Ready In:
1 1/2 pounds
- Line a 9" square pan with foil, extending foil over edges of pan.
- Butter foil.
- Cover bottom of pan with chocolate chips.
- In a large skillet, combine both nuts, butter, sugar, and corn syrup.
- Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until butter is melted and sugar is dissolved.
- Increase heat to medium, continue to cook and stir, until mixture begins to cling together and turns golden brown.
- Pour mixture over chocolate chips in pan and spread evenly.
- Cool and then refrigerate until chocolate is firm.
- Remove from pan and peel off foil.
- Break into pieces to serve.
- Store tightly covered in a cool place.
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I made this as a little something extra for the cookie trays. This was wonderful!!! This made a rich toffee like candy that I loved. I'm glad that I gave most of it away because I know that I wouldn't be able to trust myself around it. I used one cup of milk chocolate chips and one cup of semi-sweet chips (I didn't know which the recipients would prefer and I figured that everyone would be half satisfied this way). I had a little bit of trouble breaking the candy so I used a knife and pounded it with a kitchen mallet. This method produced a lot of nice sized pieces and a lot of "crumbs" too. Darn! I guess that I'll have to eat them! ;0) Thank you so much for posting this recipe! I know that I'll make this again (maybe tomorrow!)
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