Bonfire Toffee

PennyAuthorPenny
00DifficultyIntermediate

A traditional British Halloween or Bonfire night treat

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time1 hrTotal Time1 hr 5 mins

 350g softened salted butter
 200g black treacle
 425g dark brown muscovado sugar
 Can condensed milk
 Sugar thermometer

1

In a large pan gently melt the butter, treacle, sugar and milk

2

Stir only occasionally.

3

Stirring too often causes the sugar to crystallise making the toffee grainy

4

When the sugar has melted and the mixture is smooth turn up the heat to high and boil to 130c

5

Stir to make sure the mixture doesn’t catch and burn on the bottom.

6

When 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

7

When it is set, bash with a rolling pin or toffee hammer to break it up

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Ingredients

 350g softened salted butter
 200g black treacle
 425g dark brown muscovado sugar
 Can condensed milk
 Sugar thermometer

Directions

1

In a large pan gently melt the butter, treacle, sugar and milk

2

Stir only occasionally.

3

Stirring too often causes the sugar to crystallise making the toffee grainy

4

When the sugar has melted and the mixture is smooth turn up the heat to high and boil to 130c

5

Stir to make sure the mixture doesn’t catch and burn on the bottom.

6

When 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

7

When it is set, bash with a rolling pin or toffee hammer to break it up

Bonfire Toffee

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