Toffee Recipes

Love to munch that crunch? If you're a​ toffee addict, you'll love this list of our top toffee recipes. This list has old, traditional favorites as well as more unusual toffee variations like sesame toffee and saltine toffee. So grab that butter and sugar and let's make some toffee!

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    English Toffee

    English toffee

    The Spruce


    This classic English toffee is buttery and rich, and pairs very well with dark chocolate. Be sure to check out the photo guide showing how to make toffee, and the toffee-making video.

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    Buttery Nut Toffee

    nut toffee
    (c) 2007 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    This recipe for buttery nut toffee produces a rich, dark toffee studded with crunchy nuts. An optional dipping of melted chocolate adds a smooth, sweet finishing touch.

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    Almond Toffee

    (c) 2007 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to

    This almond toffee is the ultimate in decadence! Rich and buttery, it is sandwiched between two chocolate layers and is brimming with toasted almond flavor.

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    Peanut Honey Toffee

    peanut toffee
    (c) 2008 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    This peanut honey toffee recipe, featuring honey, peanut butter, and whole peanuts, is a delicious twist on an old favorite. The honey adds a slight chewiness and a subtle note of sweetness to the double peanut flavor.

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    Saltine Toffee

    saltine toffee
    (c) 2008 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    This easy saltine toffee recipe uses saltine crackers and a few common ingredients to make an uncommonly good candy that’s sweet, salty, crunchy, and chocolatey. You can make it more gourmet by adding chopped nuts or dried fruit to the top or adding swirls of white or milk chocolate.

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    Cashew White Chocolate Toffee

    Cashew White Chocolate Crunch
    (c) 2009 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    Cashew white chocolate toffee has a deep, dark burnt sugar taste that complements the salty cashews and sweet white chocolate. The brown sugar and the high cooking temperature give the toffee a smoky, rich flavor that’s much deeper than traditional toffees.

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    Peanut Butter Toffee

    Peanut Butter Brickle
    (c) 2007 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    Peanut butter toffee is the not-so-secret ingredient in this nutty, crunchy toffee recipe. Make sure you use crunchy peanut butter to give your toffee little chunks of nuts!

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    Almond Buttercrunch

    Almond Roca Photo
    (c) 2011 Elizabeth LaBau, licensed to, Inc.

    Homemade almond buttercrunch candy is even better than the store-bought version! A rich toffee made with brown sugar and butter is studded with toasted almonds, then dipped in chocolate and rolled in more nuts.