Honeycomb Toffee

Honeycomb Toffee

9 reviews, 2.9 star(s). 67% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

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Ingredients

1 c Sugar
4 tb Golden syrup
3 ts Bicarbonate of soda

Original recipe makes 1 Serving

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Preparation

Mix the sugar and golden syrup in a large saucepan, simmer on low heat for 7 minutes. Remove from heat and quickly add soda and mix it in. This will foam up.

Quickly pour into a greased 8" square pan. Leave to set. Golden syrup is much more tasty than glucose and that is what gives it the nice golden color.

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Disaster... Turned out awful and completely unedible
Kmjj42 3y ago

I put it on quite a low heat, but not even after 6 mins, it was burnt before I put the bicarbonate soda in...
cooking-addict 4y ago

@gwtoy79 is it your bicarbonate that is expired? or is it you didn't whisk it thoroughly?
COOKIN-ADDICTION 4y ago

C = Cups You can also use baking soda
Doodle84 4y ago

Can you pls tell me how much sugar in grams/ oz's as I don't know what c is pls??
Clairecheadle 4y ago

I don't know what went wrong. I added the bicarbonate and nothing happened it not gone crunchy and looks nothing like the picture. Please advice what went wrong I was really looking forward to making this. ??
gwtoy79 4y ago

It is really yum guys I will make agin and again
Bridjetti-spaghetti 4y ago

I love crunchie bars and this tastes just like them - but better cuz its home made!
snuzin 6y ago

This is quite popular with my family. Especially around holiday times. We often dip the pieces in melted chocolate for an added treat.
promfh 10y ago

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