Penny2017-10-02T13:08:14+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 16,318 Bonfire Toffee By Penny Home Baking English October 2, 2017 A traditional British Halloween or Bonfire night treat Prep: 5 mins Cook: 1 hr Yields: Plenty Ingredients 350g softened salted butter 200g black treacle 425g dark brown muscovado sugar Can condensed milk Sugar thermometer Directions 1In a large pan gently melt the butter, treacle, sugar and milk 2Stir only occasionally. 3Stirring too often causes the sugar to crystallise making the toffee grainy 4When the sugar has melted and the mixture is smooth turn up the heat to high and boil to 130c 5Stir to make sure the mixture doesn’t catch and burn on the bottom. 6When the toffee mixture has reached 130c pour into a 24cm x 32 cm baking dish lined with buttered greaseproof paper and leave to sit for 10 mins before putting in the fridge to finish setting 7When it is set, bash with a rolling pin or toffee hammer to break it up close full screen 00:00 42 Reviews Deborah Manzoori October 3, 2017 Great thank you Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 3, 2017 Yes http://www.fyf20quid.co.uk/recipes/Parkin P Katharine Kavanagh October 3, 2017 Who won the meat hamper btw? Deborah Manzoori October 3, 2017 Is there a Parkin receipe too? Jane Littlewood October 3, 2017 Jane Littlewood Yvonne Wray October 2, 2017 Easy Theresa Wilson October 2, 2017 Tricia Hopcroft Yvonne Wray Michelle Tulloch October 2, 2017 Well thats another thing I wont be throwing away….saving moneynall the while. Thank you x Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 I do as it’s just sugar really . My current tin is on year 2 Michelle Tulloch October 2, 2017 Ive always got rid of mine as it says dispose of on expiry date. Is this another of those dates that you can just ignore??? Allison Kiddell October 2, 2017 Lovely nan use to make this Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 I keep my treacle year in year out Joanne Burnett October 2, 2017 Brittany Tilson Tracey Thompson October 2, 2017 Tom Herd I’ll make pigs! Hannah Burke October 2, 2017 Brilliant! Thank you Tracey Thompson October 2, 2017 Tom are you making some this year? Steph Thomas October 2, 2017 Feed your family for about £20 a week. Thanks Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 Our rich fruit cake recipe ( ideal Christmas cake ) uses black treacle too Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 It’s the same as you’d use for jam Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 Around 120c but the longer you cook it the harder it will become Bob Fox October 2, 2017 I can’t post a new tip? How di I do it? Michelle Tulloch October 2, 2017 Oh lovely, something to use up my treacle Hannah Burke October 2, 2017 What temperature would you boil to for a chewy consistency and not brittle? Thanks Steph Thomas October 2, 2017 Is a sugar thermometer the same as you’d use for meat/ jam? Serena Kiddell October 2, 2017 Allison Kiddell Lynne Brunton October 2, 2017 Called plot toffee in Yorkshire Pete Connelly October 2, 2017 Faye Fayė Turnbull Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 No but I’m sure one of us admin must have one Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 Once it’s boiled stir more regularly. I use stainless steel pans Jemma Choppy October 2, 2017 Frances Munro your very welcome xx Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 I chop the onions quite large and then poach them for 5 minutes and add to the sauce . P Jo Tatey O October 2, 2017 Joanna Ruth Frances Munro October 2, 2017 Thanks Jemma x Frances Munro October 2, 2017 Bite crunchy penny thanks xxxx Jemma Choppy October 2, 2017 I just put them in nearer to the end of cooking time Frances Munroe so they retain a little crunch to them as hubby prefers it this way lol xx Caroline Bailey October 2, 2017 Random question but is there a recipe for homemade refried beans at all? X Diane Thriepland-Macaulay October 2, 2017 Had a look at the recipe. Can you tell if, when it boils you stir constantly or occasionally and is this best made in a non stick pan? X John Clark October 2, 2017 Tracy Higham Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 2, 2017 Frances do you mean crispy crunchy or still with some bite crunchy ? P Frances Munro October 2, 2017 Hi wonder if you know penny how to make onions crunchy in Chinese curry sauce the way they do it I can’t master it thanks xxxx Faye Wainscott October 2, 2017 Jennie, do you like this? Stacey Howe October 2, 2017 Bridget Oneill Walker ull av 2 do us sum 4 bonfire nite x Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.