Easy Awesome Nutty Toffee (No Thermometer!)

"Only three ingredients, this is so easy to make and so delicious!"
 
Easy Awesome Nutty Toffee (No Thermometer!) created by Jellyqueen
Ready In:
12mins
Ingredients:
3
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spread the nuts on the bottom of a 8x8-in square pan.
  • Heat the sugar and butter.
  • Boil on med heat, stirring constantly for 7 minutes (start your timer once you see bubbles).
  • Immediately spread mixture evenly over the nuts in the pan.
  • Chill until firm.
  • While still hot cut into squares.
  • Delicious!

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  1. KayBeeOakdale
    Great recipe! I love that you don't need a candy thermometer. I added the chocolate chips to frost and they turned out perfect. Thanks!
     
  2. Engrossed
    This is great for how easy it is but not outstanding in taste compared to other toffees. I used blanched slivered almonds...I should have thought of toasting them first. Mine was a little burnt tasting at 7 minutes and when poured in the pan there was a greasy butter layer that settled on top. It was also a little softer than regular toffee. I think I prefer using my candy thermometer instead of guess work. Overall though we ate it all! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
     
  3. TnuSami
    Goochie137 gave these to me for our cookie swap, and WOW!!! DH and I each bit into a piece and our eyes got wide!! :) Very rich and scrumptious!! I will be saving this recipe!! LOVED it!!
     
  4. Doing it Right
    This is a great recipe. Very quick, and I always have the ingredients on hand. This was my first time ever making toffee, so a word of caution. There is a fine line that the caramel mixture is done to a burnt smoking mixture WOW. The later happened to me on my first attempt. The second time I set the timer for 7 minutes and it turned out perfectly. I also kept the heat on medium with both batches. I did add a half a bag of mini chocolate chips right after I poured the carmel on the pecans, so they would melt. Then spread the chocolate around to make a thin layer on top. Your tip on cutting it while hot was great, made it much easier. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.
     
  5. Jellyqueen
    Easy Awesome Nutty Toffee (No Thermometer!) Created by Jellyqueen

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