Maple Sponge Toffee

I had an amazing sponge toffee on a trip to a maple syrup refinery, so I was excited when I saw this recipe on the Globe and Mail newspaper. I have had it in other places, called "seafoam", but the maple syrup makes a nice difference. I have yet to try this particular, but I do not want to lose this recipe.

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50hrs 30mins
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  • Line a metal mould with parchment paper.
  • In a large pot, cook sugar, syrup and water together.
  • When the temperature reaches 150 C, whisk baking soda until blended. Be careful as the baking soda will cause the mixture to foam dramatically.
  • Pour into mould.
  • Set aside to cool.
  • Crack into pieces to enjoy!
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"I had an amazing sponge toffee on a trip to a maple syrup refinery, so I was excited when I saw this recipe on the Globe and Mail newspaper. I have had it in other places, called "seafoam", but the maple syrup makes a nice difference. I have yet to try this particular, but I do not want to lose this recipe."
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  1. melissasaeli
    This is very good. I took some to work and it was a big hit with my co-workers. By the way, 1 pond of sugar equals 2 1/3 cups.
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  2. Spacemonkey
    I had an amazing sponge toffee on a trip to a maple syrup refinery, so I was excited when I saw this recipe on the Globe and Mail newspaper. I have had it in other places, called "seafoam", but the maple syrup makes a nice difference. I have yet to try this particular, but I do not want to lose this recipe.
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