Traditional English Toffee

There is nothing quite like receiving a gift of homemade sweets it always makes a person feel special as you have thought about what they would like …A perfect gift…

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What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? Enjoyable Eats: Traditional English Toffee! So often we have those cherished childhood memories of homemade candy and cookies that accompanied holiday celebrations. They stick with us for life. I can remember being in eighth grade and determined to replicate a batch of my mother’s English Toffee. I waited for her to go into town and then pulled out her secret recipe. You know, the ones scratched on a 3.5”x5” card. More often than not, they showed a list of ingredients with instructions that simply said, “Bake at 350° for 30 minutes”. Let’s face it, that’s pretty vague compared to what we explain nowadays. As you can imagine, I melted the butter along with the brown sugar and stirred. And stirred. And stirred. So how come it wasn’t turning into this crisp crunchy texture of rich golden butter that fueled my addiction? What could I possibly…

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Hi this was a reblog… Gail who made the English toffee could maybe help…However, to my knowledge toffee cannot be made without cooking it so I don’t see how a non-bake toffee could be made without cooking the ingredients and taste the same 🙂

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