Daisy’s toffee bark

These decadent chocolate toffee bars are a wonderful way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and they’re perfect for gifting. They make an impressive gift that will show your loved one how much you care about them!

The “peanut butter toffee” is a new, delicious and easy recipe that uses peanut butter as the main ingredient. It’s an indulgent snack for those who love sweet and salty flavors.

Daisy’s toffee bark is something I look forward to every November. She’s been making it since I was a child during the holidays, and I can honestly say I’ve never had a finer toffee bark than this one. Perhaps it’s because it’s wrapped so tightly in saran and nestled within a rully adorable round festive tin. Maybe it’s the fact that the chocolate to toffee ratio is just right. Regardless, anybody searching for a unique Christmas present for friends and family should try this recipe. Wrap them in saran in a tin, like my cousin Daisy, or in transparent cellophane wrappers with a bow. Oh, my my, I adore toffee barkkkkk*

*When I cooked this for my girls last night, they gave me blank eyes at first, which concerned me a little, but they quickly relished in all its delectable splendor, exclaiming, “This is culinary nirvana.” Daisy, thank you very much!

To make the toffee: 2 pound butter 1 cup sugar (granulated) 6 semi-sweet chocolate bars, regular size (1.5 oz each) 1 cup almonds, sliced 1/2 cup walnuts, smashed (the kind that specify for baking) Because it cooks rapidly, have everything measured and ready before you begin. Break the chocolate bars into small pieces and place them in a basin. Set aside a cookie sheet that hasn’t been buttered. In a medium-sized saucepan, melt the butter over low to moderate heat. Take cautious not to overheat. Add the sugar and almonds after the butter has melted. Stir continually until the mixture comes together and takes on a caramel hue. Depending on your stove, this might take 10 minutes or more. When in doubt, it’s best to keep it on the stove. When you notice smoke coming from the bottom of the pan while mixing it, take it off. Place the whole contents of the pan on a cookie sheet. You must now work quickly before it sets up! Using a large metal spoon, smooth down the mixture as flat as possible, avoiding any gaps. It won’t fill the whole cookie sheet, but keep pressing until it reaches the thickness of sugar cut-out cookies, for example. Then, immediately set the broken up portions of the 6 chocolate bars in a single layer and wait for them to melt. It should just take a few minutes. Using a spatula, spread the melted chocolate evenly over the toffee. Sprinkle the walnuts on top of the chocolate after it has been distributed. Allow for hardening of the chocolate before breaking it into pieces. Break off a large piece and place it on a chopping board after it has cooled. You may further divide it down into smaller bits there. Caramelizing sugar is difficult. This website will walk you through the stages with photographs to help you along the way!

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“Peanut butter toffee candy” is a type of food that is made by mixing peanut butter and toffee. The mixture is then put into silicone molds, which are then placed in the freezer overnight. Reference: peanut butter toffee candy.

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