Craving a simple and sweet dessert? This Chocolate Covered Toffee is perfect for snacking at home or sharing with family and friends. Being able to create an easy dessert that can feed a crowd is always a good recipe to have on hand!
This simple recipe is one of my favorite candies and I love that it takes just four easy ingredients to make. If you’re in the mood for an easy dessert that has turned out great every time I’ve ever made it, don’t miss out on this one! Delicious and so much fun to make!
The biggest thing to keep in mind with this recipe is that you’re going to want to stir constantly so that your melted chocolate and other ingredients combine perfectly to get that sweet and delicious flavor.
Chocolate Covered Toffee
Since this recipe only uses 4 common ingredients that most people have in their home, it’s safe to say that this recipe isn’t a hard one to do. Stirring and keeping an eye on everything on the stove is key but as long as you’re aware, it should turn out just fine. Just make certain that you melt the butter and chocolate and you’ll be fine.
We make this all the time but it does seem to be super popular during the holiday season and of course, tastes amazing when our weekend snack attacks happen. The boys love that they can just grab a piece and go on about their day!
How long does it take for the toffee to harden?
Once it cools completely, it will be good to go! This will take about an hour or so of it being in the fridge.
Once you pour the toffee from the pan onto the parchment paper, that’s the start of the process to let it cool. (you can also use a prepared baking sheet as well to have it cool on, too)
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What fun toppings can you add to homemade toffee?
If you want to add a little bit more flavor and taste, you can! Chopped pecans are always a good idea as is shredded coconut, too. You can even add some extra chocolate chips right on top for more chocolate flavor and texture.
Sea salt is also a great topper. I’ve heard that some people like to try and mix in peanut butter swirls as well which could always be a fun and tasty experiment later on down the road.
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- 2 sticks butter
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup chocolate chips milk or semi-sweet
In a heavy saucepan, combine butter and sugar. Stir over medium heat until the butter is melted, and then bring the mixture to a boil.
Stirring occasionally, simmer until it reaches 285 degrees F. It will be a rich, amber color.
Then pour the mixture onto a parchment paper-covered jelly roll pan and sprinkle evenly with chocolate chips. After a few minutes, spread the softened chocolate with a rubber spatula.
Refrigerate for an hour or so, then break into pieces and place in an airtight gift container.
Who are you going to share this chocolate coated toffee with?