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Looking for recipes for toffee? Taste of Home has the best toffee recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Toffee Squares

Toffee Squares

Toffee Squares

These candy-like bars are very rich, so cut them into smaller bars. Using German sweet chocolate gives them a delightfully different taste.—Judith Scholovich, Waukesha, Wisconsin

Quick Sesame Toffee

Quick Sesame Toffee

Quick Sesame Toffee

This recipe originally came from a friend in Canada. The sesame seeds add a crispy texture and unique flavor to the toffee. It makes a great gift that friends and family are always happy to receive!

Hazelnut Toffee

Hazelnut Toffee

Hazelnut Toffee

The Willamette Valley produces a lot of hazelnuts, so this recipe is truly representative of our area. I always make plenty of this delicious toffee to serve at Christmas and give as gifts.
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Chocolate, Peanut & Pretzel Toffee Crisps

Chocolate, Peanut & Pretzel Toffee Crisps

Chocolate, Peanut & Pretzel Toffee Crisps

Crispers are the ultimate combination of salty and sweet. These treats never last long because they are addictive—you can't eat just one! Though these are the "favorite" toppings, crispers can be topped with any number of items. —Jennifer Butka, Livonia, Michigan

Toffee Candy

Toffee Candy

Toffee Candy

This crunchy toffee is covered with milk chocolate and topped off with a generous sprinkling of pecans.—Janice Cranor, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Buttercrunch Toffee

Buttercrunch Toffee

Buttercrunch Toffee

Fill up a tray or tin with this traditional candy topped with chocolate and nuts. It really says “Christmas” in a yummy way.

Irresistible English Toffee

Irresistible English Toffee

Irresistible English Toffee

The name says it all—this toffee truly is irresistible! The secrets to its success are the smoked almonds and Symphony candy bar. —Melanie Hanni, Blackfoot, Idaho

Pumpkin Seed Toffee

Pumpkin Seed Toffee

Pumpkin Seed Toffee

My kids have food allergies, including tree nuts and peanuts. But they can eat pumpkin seeds so every fall we save the seeds from our pumpkins to add to various recipes including this one.—Suzanne Earl, Vernal, Utah

Ben's English Toffee

Ben's English Toffee

Ben's English Toffee

I have been cooking since I have been very young. I love to prepare desserts and my favorite is candy. This recipe is one I made when I was twelve years old.—Ben Lohse, Worcester, Pennsylvania

Buttery Walnut Toffee

Buttery Walnut Toffee

Buttery Walnut Toffee

I've been making this tasty toffee for more than 15 years, and everyone raves about it. Folks often think I bought it at a gourmet candy store!

Chocolate-Covered Butter Toffee

Chocolate-Covered Butter Toffee

Chocolate-Covered Butter Toffee

This toffee has been a Christmas favorite in our family for over 30 years now. My interest in cooking also reaches back far—to the preparation of those big threshing-day and family dinners when I was growing up in Iowa.
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