Easy Christmas Toffee

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays! This recipe for Easy Christmas Toffee is a part of the #HoneyForHolidays #DonVictor campaign and has been compensated by #CollectiveBias. As always, all opinions are my own.

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays! With a few simple ingredients, including honey, it’s easy to whip up at any time!

Is it beginning to look a lot like Christmas where you live?

There isn’t any snow on the ground where we live yet, but I am totally okay with that. After living in Minnesota, where it snows October through April, I could go an entire winter without any snow. But inside our house Christmas has arrived! If you’ve been following our christmas tree dilemma, we did end up getting an artificial christmas tree. Although I have no idea where we will store the tree after Christmas is over, we’re definitely enjoying it now!

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays! The kitchen is even partaking in the Christmas spirit.. it constantly looks like someone is baking holiday goodies. Hmm.. I wonder who that could be!

Each year I like to make a mixture of traditional and new christmas goodies. This easy christmas toffee is one of those traditional recipes that everyone loves, and since we usually only make it during christmas time, it gets devoured quickly!

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays! I love that the ingredients to make this toffee are easy to find when I’m shopping at Walmart. I was even able to pick up some Don Victor Honey which you can find in the Hispanic aisle at Walmart.Don Victor Honey is unique because it packages the honey comb inside the jar, giving it a superior taste! I also received a package of new Don Victor products to try, I guess Christmas came early this year!

#Honeyforholidays #DonVictorThis christmas toffee really is easy to make. Don’t worry about having to use a candy thermometer to see if the toffee is at the correct temperature. I don’t even own a candy thermometer, so none of those crazy recipes will be posted here! The hardest thing you’ll have to do is make sure the color of the toffee turns out to be the color of the almond.

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays! Make room for this christmas toffee in your holiday cookie containers, everyone will love it!

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays!

Easy Christmas Toffee

Yield: lots of toffee!

Total Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup whole almonds, with skin on
  • 2 sticks of butter
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 3 tbsp Don Victor Honey
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 2 cups milk chocolate chips (or one 12 oz package)
  • Green, red, and white candy melts for drizzling

Directions:

  1. Toast the almonds by spreading them in a single layer on a plate and microwaving on high for 2-3 minutes (stir after each minute).
  2. On foil-lined 9×13 inch baking sheet (or similar size), arrange almonds in a single layer.
  3. In a 2-quart saucepan combine the butter, sugar, Don Victor Honey, vanilla, and salt. Heat over medium to high heat, stirring [i]constantly[/i] until the butter is melted.
  4. Continue cooking and stirring for approximately 7 to 10 minutes until the mixture is the color of the brown skin of the almonds. It’s okay if it starts bubbling or slightly smoking, just stir continuously until it’s the color of the almond skin.
  5. Once it reaches that color, immediately pour the hot candy mixture evenly over the almonds.
  6. Immediately following, sprinkle the chocolate chips evenly over the hot toffee. Wait 1 minute for the chips to melt, then spread the melted chocolate until it is smooth over the toffee.
  7. Let the toffee cool on the pan in the fridge until the chocolate has set.
  8. Follow the directions on the candy melts for melting. Melt some of each color.
  9. Remove the toffee from the fridge and take turns drizzling each color over the toffee. I used squeeze bottles to drizzle mine, but you could use a spoon.
  10. Return the toffee to the fridge to set.
  11. Once set, about 30 minutes, break the toffee into pieces and store in a container. I like to keep mine in the fridge so the chocolate remains hard.

This toffee recipe is amazing and super easy to make for the holidays!
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54 comments

  1. I love homemade toffee. ANd the red/green drizzle is perfect!!!

  2. I will have to look for that honey. I love to use it as a sweetener. Your toffee looks so festive.

  3. Another gorgeous recipe! Can’t wait to try this recipe, love that it contains honey. Sharing and Pinning.

  4. It definitely looks like Christmas over here! But even if it wasn’t, no one can really turn down homemade Chrismas toffee!

  5. I love the festive red and green on this amazing toffee!

  6. Love seeing what you used the honey for, Beth! This colorful toffee would be such a hit at my house!

    • I can believe it would be a hit, I had to freeze the rest of mine so I wouldn’t eat it all!!

  7. That toffee looks so easy and delicious! Would be a fun and easy Christmas candy to make with the kids – can’t wait to give it a try!

  8. What a great idea to use honey! I hear ya about the snow…I am also from the Midwest. But no major snow yet! So I am enjoying every minute of this shovel-less season thus far!

  9. I love toffee and I hate candy thermometer so I definitely need to try this!

  10. I’ve always been too scared to make toffee but this looks so lovely! Well done Beth!

  11. This toffee is beautiful, Beth!! I can even see maybe crumbling it up even further and using it to dress up a trifle dessert!! It looks scrumptious!

  12. Oh my gosh! This toffee looks fabulous!! Great post!

    • Every comment I answer about this toffee really makes me want to dig it out of the freezer!!

  13. What a beautiful snack! I love how festive this is! It would make great holiday gifts too!

  14. I think I’d just about die if it actually snowed and looked like a real Christmas where I am… I lose my circulation just walking down the freezer aisle looking at ice cream (and I won’t confess how often that happens; it’s much too embarrassing! ;) ), so I’m happy with simply clouds. Or chilly weather and clear skies. And artificial trees too. (Both of my parents are allergic!) And if I had this toffee by my side… Life would be absolutely complete. I love how cute your treats always look!! Pinned!

  15. Very nice recipe and story, thanks for participating in this shop #client

  16. Can I just say that I REALLY REALLY want to be your neighbor?! You’re always cooking up the cutest and yummiest treats! This toffee looks just amazing. My husband has been bugging me to make some. I might just have to whip up a batch of yours. Thanks for the recipe, Beth!

    • Aww! I’d love to be neighbors!! Maybe this will satisfy your husband’s sweet tooth :)

  17. This toffee looks amazing, Beth! I’ve never made homemade toffee before, but I know I’d love eating yours! YUM!

  18. This is the prettiest toffee mix and it sounds delicious!

  19. Toffee is a must this time of year! This version is awesome with the natural sweetness of the honey!

  20. I’ve never seen this honey! I HAVE to try it! I love cute packaging. Also this toffee — gorgeous! So festive and happy!

  21. This is the second place I’ve seen this honey with a comb today. I have to get some! That pourable container is beautiful too. Christmas really did come early at your house, Beth! This toffee looks delicious and so festive. It’s perfect for holiday goodie bags!

    • I wrapped some of this toffee up to bring home to my family for christmas, that’s my holiday goodie bag this year :)

  22. I love toffee but have never used honey in it before. Great idea! I don’t even need to do any adapting to this recipe to make it gluten-free! YAY!

  23. I love toffee!! The colors are beautiful!

  24. yum, looks so good!

  25. I can’t believe what you can do Beth! Love the Colors on top. Makes it really festive!

  26. Such pretty toffee! I’ll have to look for that honey. I love that you can get it flavored too! Pinned!

  27. Do  you ever make it with the different honey flavors? or just the plain?  I have never seen this honey before, but I am going on a hunt…… even though I have already made plenty of toffee this Christmas already :)  Love the colored drizzle!!!!

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