Easy and delicious candy to make that all in the family will enjoy!
by d. dee
, Omaha, NE on Nov. 2013
The bottom sticks to the foil and it is wet
RECIPE EDITOR'S NOTE: Make sure that you are using heavy duty foil. Also make sure that the mixture boils and bakes long enough.
easy toffee candy
by b. beverly
, broken bow ok on Nov. 2013
These are wonderful and easy to make.
Easy Toffee Candy
by A. Arlene
, Wauseon, OH on Jun. 2010
I am not a baker,but this looks easy to make, that even I could make.
by D. Diane
, Douglasville, GA on May. 2010
Easy and always delicious. Great for church social.
by J. Jessica
, Youngstown, OH on Feb. 2010
This toffee bar has been a Christmas treat in my family as long as I can remember. My grandmother always made them. She used graham crackers for the crust and she always put those little tiny round multicolored cupcake sprinkles over the walnuts. Since her passing last year I have taken over making these bars, and they are so easy and still a hit!
by A. Arliene
, Butler, WI on Feb. 2010
made this for the holidays and it was a big success
by C. Cheri
, Murray, KY on Jan. 2010
I made this recipe for the first time this holiday season. I was requested to make it a second time before the season was over! Really delicious! Cut with a pizza wheel.....makes it a lot easier.
Fabulous & Easy!
by E. E.
, AUBURN, AL on Dec. 2009
I have made this candy/cookie for the past 3 years & it always disappears quickly to rave reviews! Very delicious & easy to make. I do make recipe with pecans. It will always be on my holiday bake list!
by C. Carolyn
, Dallas on Dec. 2009
I use graham crackers instead of soda. I'm adding this to all my Christmas goody tins this year.
These are soooo good!
by C. CANDACE
, SAN BERNARDINO, CA on Nov. 2009
I make these every year for Thanksgiving, and Christmas. They are so easy to make too. Everyone can't get enough of them and they taste so YUMMY!!! I can't wait we're making them tonight for Thanksgiving tomorrow.
These Mini Chip Cut-out refrigerator cookies are dotted with tiny chocolate chips. Vanilla frosting with a drizzle of melted chocolate completes the decoration.
Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
These individually-sized dessert cups are handy for entertaining.