Toffee is a sweet that is made by heating butter and sugar together to a temperature known as the hard crack stage and then pouring the mixture into molds and allowing it to cool. The resulting candy is hard with a faint chewiness as it warms up. A common variation on toffee is made with added nuts or dried fruit, like almonds, for additional flavor and texture. It can also be cooled with a layer of melted chocolate for additional flavor; this trend is popular with some English styles.
Toffee is a popular candy in many regions of the world, especially those with a large British population, and there are a number of variations on the basic recipe, which resembles butterscotch, caramel, and other candies made in a similar style.
- 150 gr (net weight) bag / 16 units per box