Yummy! Crowds will love this sweet treat of dark and sticky treacle toffee smashed into hard bitesize chunks

Yummy! Crowds will love this sweet treat of dark and sticky treacle toffee smashed into hard bitesize chunks

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A real British classic. Treacle toffee (Bonfire toffee) is really easy to make and absolutely delicious

A real British classic. Treacle toffee (Bonfire toffee) is really easy to make and absolutely delicious

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Bonfire toffee, lovely for Bonfire night 5th November! ( back to my British roots!)
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A super simple, delicious Treacle Toffee Recipe to enjoy on Bonfire Night The post Recipe // Treacle Toffee appeared first on Hello Baby Blog.

A super simple, delicious Treacle Toffee Recipe to enjoy on Bonfire Night The post Recipe // Treacle Toffee appeared first on Hello Baby Blog.

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A treat to make and share for bonfire night. Using unrefined demerara sugar will give this Bonfire Toffee Recipe a lovely full flavour.

A treat to make and share for bonfire night. Using unrefined demerara sugar will give this Bonfire Toffee Recipe a lovely full flavour.

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How to Make Bonfire (Treacle) Toffee       Makes 1¼lb toffee  1lb dark brown sugar  ¼ pint water  ¼ level tsp cream of tartar  ½ cup black treacle/molasses  ½ cup corn syrup  Preparation: I just sprayed pie tins with Pam. In a heavy based 4-pint stainless steel sauce pan dissolve  sugar and water over a low heat. Once dissolved, add all the remaining ingredients, turn up the heat and bring to the boil. Using a sugar or toffee thermometer boil to 270°F (soft crack). Then pour into pan(s).

How to Make Bonfire (Treacle) Toffee Makes 1¼lb toffee 1lb dark brown sugar ¼ pint water ¼ level tsp cream of tartar ½ cup black treacle/molasses ½ cup corn syrup Preparation: I just sprayed pie tins with Pam. In a heavy based 4-pint stainless steel sauce pan dissolve sugar and water over a low heat. Once dissolved, add all the remaining ingredients, turn up the heat and bring to the boil. Using a sugar or toffee thermometer boil to 270°F (soft crack). Then pour into pan(s).

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Bonfire Treacle Toffee and Apple Muffins. Perfect comforting flavours of autumn or fall.
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