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Celebrate English Toffee Day With These 25 Tasty Treats!

Did you know that January 8th is National English Toffee Day? Technically speaking, toffee is any hard candy made with sugar and butter. English toffee is a variation on this treat, and is most commonly consumed in one of my favorite candies – Heath bars.

This irresistible flavor combination can now be found in almost any dessert and confection you can think of – and I’ve rounded up some of the most fabulous recipes featuring toffee!

  • 25 Toffee Treats! 1 of 26
    25 tasty toffee treats

    Cookies, candies, cakes and pies - all made better with the addition of toffee!

  • Toffee Oatmeal Brown Butter Cookies 2 of 26
    babble brown butter toffee oatmeal cookies

    Oatmeal cookies get a yummy upgrade! Nutty browned butter pairs beautifully with toffee bits in this twist on a classic favorite! 

    Read how on Babble

     

  • Maple Toffee Popcorn 3 of 26
    babble maple toffee popcorn

    Classic toffee flavors are stirred into popcorn and drizzled with chocolate - how about this for your next movie night?

    Read how on Babble

     

  • Salted Almond Toffee Bark 4 of 26
    babble salted almond toffee bark

    I can't imagine a faster and easier snack! Three ingredients - milk chocolate, salted almonds, and toffee bits - and you've got a treat that makes a perfect gift for friends or co-workers!

    Read how on Babble

  • Toffee "Millionaires" 5 of 26
    babble toffee millionaires

    Millionaires bar cookies consist of three layers - shortbread, caramel, and chocolate. These bars are a riff on the basic recipe, made with chocolate-covered toffee bits for an equally delicious treat!

    Read how on Babble

  • Nutella-Toffee Frozen Banana Bites 6 of 26
    babble nutella and toffee frozen banana bites

    What's better than a chocolate covered banana? A Nutella covered banana coated in toffee bits. That's what.

    Read how on Babble

  • Chocolate Hazelnut Toffee Bread 7 of 26
    babble chocolate hazelnut toffee bread

    This inventive loaf has the same chocolate-hazelnut flavors as Nutella, with a smattering of chopped toffee bits to boot!

    Read how on Babble

  • Pretzel Toffee Bark 8 of 26
    babble pretzel toffee bark

    This nut-free bark is perfect for someone with a food allergy - just melt up some of your favorite chocolate and stir in pretzel pieces and toffee bits. A "sweet-salty" treat that everyone can enjoy!

    Read how on Babble

     

     

  • Frozen Banana Walnut Toffee Pie 9 of 26
    babble frozen bananan walnut toffee pie

    Am I the only one with a few overripe bananas always on the counter? If not - and if you've had enough of banana bread - put that fruit to use in this frozen pie, filled with vanilla ice cream, toasted walnuts and toffee bits.

    Read how on Babble

  • Toffee Popcorn with Buttered Almonds 10 of 26
    babble toffee popcorn with buttered almonds

    Toffee takes a turn as a glaze in this recipe - coating air popped corn and salted buttered almonds. Yum.

    Read how on Babble

  • Toffee Apple Pie Cookie Bites 11 of 26
    simply southern baking toffee apple pie cookie bites

    All the flavors of apple pie with none of the fuss! Packaged sugar cookie dough is gussied up with chopped dried apples, apple pie spice and toffee bits. Baked in mini muffin tins and topped with a pretty glaze, you can serve these treats up any time!

    Image and recipe courtesy of Simply Southern Baking

     

  • Sweet Potato Chip Toffee Cookies 12 of 26
    simply southern baking sweet potato cinnamon chip toffee cookies

    If you're of the belief that "more is more" when it comes to your cookies, then these are the cookies for you. Filled with sweet potato chips, cinnamon chips and toffee bits, your kitchen will smell heavenly while these cookies are baking!

    Image and recipe courtesy of Simply Southern Baking

  • Kettle Corn Toffee Cookies 13 of 26
    simply southern baking kettle corn toffee cookies

    Salty-sweet kettle corn is an unexpected - and delicious - addition to these addictive cookies. Toffee bits and toffee glazed almonds are added in too - you know,  for good measure.

    Image and recipe courtesy of Simply Southern Baking

  • Chocolate Toffee Matzoh 14 of 26
    donuts dresses and dirt chocolate toffee matzoh crackers

    A toffee layer spread over matzoh (or saltine) pieces, topped with melted chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt. Addictive.

    Get the recipe at Donuts, Dresses and Dirt

  • Buttery Toffee Walnut Cookies 15 of 26
    simply southern baking buttery toffee walnut cookies

    These rich, buttery cookies are made in two loaf pans - freeze the batter in the pans overnight,  or till you're ready to bake. This recipe yields a large amount, making it a perfect choice for a bake sale or cookie swap!

    Image and recipe courtesy of Simply Southern Baking

  • Brown Butter Chocolate Toffee Blondies 16 of 26
    amandas cookin brown butter chocolate toffee blondies

    Step up those same-old blondies with brown butter, toffee bits and chopped pecans. Icy cold glass of milk NOT optional.

    Image and recipe courtesy of Amanda's Cookin'

  • Chocolate Crunch Layer Cake 17 of 26
    donuts dresses and dirt chocolate crunch layer cake

    A celebration on a plate! Layers of chocolate cake, chopped toffee bits and a ganache frosting make this a dessert for a special occasion. Or Thursday.

    Get the recipe at Donuts, Dresses and Dirt

  • Apple Cider Toffee 18 of 26
    bran appetit chocolate covered apple cider toffee

    Apple cider lends a subtle, yet distinctive, flavor to this easy-to-make toffee. 

    Image and recipe courtesy of Bran Appetit

  • Toffee Speckled Snickerdoodles 19 of 26
    very culinary toffee speckled snickerdoodles

    Snickerdoodles - butter cookies rolled in cinnamon sugar - are revved up here, with the addition of toffee bits!

    Image and recipe courtesy of Very Culinary

  • Cookie Dough Dip 20 of 26
    very culinary cookie dough dip

    This toffee cookie-dough inspired dip is egg-free, so it's completely safe to eat! Serve with graham crackers. Or apple slices. Or a spoon. No judging...

    Image and recipe courtesy of Very Culinary

  • Praline Rolo Cups 21 of 26
    very culinary praline rolo cups

    Because who WOULDN"T want to stuff Rolos into cookie dough that's filled with chocolate and toffee chips?

    Image and recipe courtesy of Very Culinary

     

  • Deep Dish Caramel Toffee Cookies 22 of 26
    very culinary deep dish chocolate caramel toffee cookies

    You read correctly - a deep dish cookie. You will need a spoon to eat these warm, gooey cookies - baked in individual ramekins and filled with chocolate chips, caramel bits and toffee bits.

    Image and recipe courtesy of Very Culinary

  • Chocolate Chip Toffee Fudge Cookie Bars 23 of 26
    shugary sweets chocolate chip toffee fudge cookie bars

    A big name for a cookie bar that is just as big on flavor. A graham crust is topped with a layer of fudge, followed by toffee bits, chocolate chip cookie dough and yet more toffee bits. Indulgent? For sure. 

    Image and recipe courtesy of Shugary Sweets

  • Maple Toffee Cookies 24 of 26
    shugary sweets maple toffee cookies

    Maple and toffee are an irresistible combination, and star in these buttery, mouthwatering cookies!

    Image and recipe courtesy of Shugary Sweets

  • Toffee Chocolate Chip Cheese Ball 25 of 26
    shugary sweets toffee chocolate chip cheese ball

    Bookmark this for Valentine's Day! This easy-to-make cheese ball is studded with chocolate chips and toffee bits and is a perfect sweet treat, paired with apple slices, pretzels and graham sticks.

    Image and recipe courtesy of Shugary Sweets

  • English Toffee Bites 26 of 26
    shugary sweets English toffee bites

    Want your toffee straight up? Then here's the recipe for you. Classic toffee squares are covered with melted chocolate and sprinkled with chopped walnuts.

    Image and recipe courtesy of Shugary Sweets

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