It takes a pound of dark chocolate and six sticks of butter to create this marvelous toasted-almond toffee. Packaged in a pretty candy box and tied with a bow or topped with a jingle bell, the toffee makes an excellent holiday gift.
This would be a cute his (the hammer), hers (the baking dish), theirs (the brittle) wedding gift. Give a gift of peanut brittle in its baking dish with a tiny hammer for the recipient to brake it up with!
Honeycomb Brittle: This honey-sweetened brittle gets its airy texture from the addition of baking soda at the end of cooking. Package the brittle in cellophane bags, and close each with this adorable foldover "Season's Eatings" gift label.
Gifts from the kitchen idea. Or use these cones to wrap small non-food gifts as well. Click through to the Martha Stewart Gingerbread Caramel candy recipe to also click through to see the easy DIY how to folding for these cones.
Try this creme brulee recipe from Martha Stewart. Creme brulee is one of Martha Stewart's favorites. French for "burnt cream," creme brulee is all about contrast, the brittle caramelized topping and the smooth, creamy custard beneath.