Swedish Toffee (Chokladkola)

This recipe is different than the others posted here as it uses molasses instead of corn syrup, giving it a richer and totally different flavor. I imagine you could add almonds to this and it would be super good!

Ready In:
40mins
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ingredients

  • 2 34 cups sugar
  • 1 14 cups molasses
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 2 14 cups cream

directions

  • Lightly oil an oblong pan.
  • Combine all ingredients in a large heavy saucepan. Cook over low heat until it reaches 250F or soft ball stage (when mixture forms soft balls when dropped into cold water).
  • Pour into the oiled pan and cool slightly, then cut into small squares with a sharp oiled knife. This is not a hard toffee, unlike English toffee.
  • Wrap individual pieces in wax paper.
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"This recipe is different than the others posted here as it uses molasses instead of corn syrup, giving it a richer and totally different flavor. I imagine you could add almonds to this and it would be super good!"
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  1. Jostlori
    This recipe is different than the others posted here as it uses molasses instead of corn syrup, giving it a richer and totally different flavor. I imagine you could add almonds to this and it would be super good!
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