Chocolate Covered Toffee Break Ups

This week on Tuesdays with Dorie we are making Chocolate Covered Toffee Break Ups from Baking Chez Moi.  The last thing I needed was more candy in my house, we still have Halloween buckets filled with candy, but I wanted to participate in the group.  

Candy making is not my forte so I was a little intimidated with this recipe.  I have messed up caramel numerous times before.  I managed to make this toffee without a hitch and oh is it delicious.  Luckily I am hosting a dinner party this coming weekend and this toffee will be on the menu.  I am sure my guests are going to love it.  As for the Halloween candy, I think it needs to go to work.

Tuesdays With Dorie is an international baking group working our way through Baking Chez Moi by Dorie Greenspan. We don’t publish the recipes, instead we encourage you to buy the book. To see what others thought go here.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Your guests will LOOOOOVE this! (Lucky guests!) It looks great!

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  2. Nicole says:

    Ooh. Your guests will be so thrilled. It is just the thing that seems so impressive and takes very little effort! Great picture!

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  3. Nicole says:

    Ooh. Your guests will be so thrilled. It is just the thing that seems so impressive and takes very little effort! Great picture!

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  4. Zosia says:

    I'm no candy maker either and I was thrilled with how easy these were. Your guests will love them!

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  5. Lucky guests! They are in for a treat! Your toffee breakups looks fabulous!

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  6. Nana says:

    I am not into making candy but this was so easy and much TOO good to havearound. I wish Tricia's boys were here to help, way too much for just the two of us.

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  7. Cakelaw says:

    Your toffee looks perfect and it is delicious.

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  8. Summer says:

    Your your toffee looks absolutely scrumptious! Great idea to make it as a Halloween treat.

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  9. Ryan says:

    Your toffee breakups look perfect! I'm sure your party guests loved them!

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