From a Creole word for a mixture of molasses and sugar. Toffee is a mixture of sugar, water and glucose; sometimes golden syrup or molasses is used for colour. It is cooked to a caramel stage, then cooled before being eaten.
A chewy and tender candy made of sugar and butter boiled together. Sometimes, other ingredients such as cream, nuts, or chocolate are added.
caramelized sugar cooled in thin sheets
A chewy candy made with water, sugar or cream and butter, and sometimes nuts or chocolate. Toffee is cooked to 260° to 310° depending on the recipe. Recipe: Toffee Bars
Toffee is a confection made by boiling molasses or sugar along with butter, milk and occasionally flour. The mixture is heated until the temperature reaches 150-160Â°C (302–320Â°F)—this is known as the hard crack stage to confectioners. While being prepared, toffee is often mixed with nuts or raisins.