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(Original pin description:) This is the best toffee ever. It is a vintage recipe that my husband's Grandma Utahna used to make. I have made up to 24 batches at Christmastime.

The Yummy Lifefrom The Yummy Life

Toffee - A Signature

Toffee--A Signature Recipe

Homemade English Toffee. The easiest toffee recipe ever - no candy thermometer needed! Absolutely delicious and extremely addicting.

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Southern Style New Orleans Pralines

New Oleans Praline: 1 cup granulated sugar1 cup packed brown sugar1/2 cup evaporated milk4 tbsp butter, cubed2 tsp vanilla extract1.5 cups toasted pecans, coarsely chopped

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Almond Roca Recipe Type: Cuisine: Prep time: 0 min Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 20 mins Serves: Ingredients 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter 1 C granulated sugar 1 Tbsp corn syrup (optional, but helps prevent crystallization) 1 C toasted almonds, finely chopped (toast by placing in a pan over medium heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, or in the oven at 350 degrees F for 7-10 minutes, turning once halfway through. You may also buy roasted almonds.) 2 C dark chocolate chips (or milk chocolate) Instructions Grease or oil a large rimmed baking sheet. Set aside. In a deep pot over low heat, combine the butter and sugar and cook, stirring constantly with a heatproof spatula or wooden spoon until the butter is completely melted and the sugar is dissolved. (Don’t rush this step! It may take up to five or six minutes for the sugar to dissolve but you don’t want the heat too high during this part of the process.) Once the sugar is dissolved and butter melted, turn the heat up to medium and stir gently as the mixture comes to a boil. Again, this may take a few minutes. Once it comes to a boil, clip a candy thermometer to the side of the pan and continue stirring gently as it cooks. During this time you want to stir the mixture gently back and forth (like a figure eight). The mixture will gradually get darker until it reaches 300 degrees F (in the hard crack stage). Once the mixture hits 300 degrees F, Immediately take it off the stove and stir in the finely chopped almonds. Pour the candy onto the prepared baking sheet, taking care not to scrape the bottom of the pot as you pour it out. Quickly spread the toffee into an even layer on the baking sheet using your spatula (or an offset spatula) – it will cool quickly which then makes it hard to spread. Sprinkle the chocolate chips over the hot toffee, tent with tinfoil (if needed), and let it melt for 3-4 minutes. (We've gone tented and no-tented with no significant difference. It may depend on the content of cocoa in your specific chocolate though. If it's not melting all the way, tent.) Spread chocolate evenly and top with extra chopped almonds if desired. Allow to cool completely. This may take a few hours.(You can refrigerate it to let the chocolate set up but sometimes the quick cooling from the refrigerator can cause the chocolate to bloom. Bloom is white streaks and blotches that develop in the chocolate while it cools. It does not affect the taste but it lacks that smooth, shiny chocolate finish.) Once cool and the chocolate is set, break into pieces. Serving size: Calories: Fat: Notes Change it Up: Substitute chopped toasted pecans in place of the almonds. 3.5.3208

Homemade Almond Roca. Delicious Roca at fractions of the price! Recipe by FoodApparel.com

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Melt in Your Mouth Lemon Bars

Melt in Your Mouth Lemon Bars- STOP!!! don't pass this recipe by, lemon lover or not these bars are SO melt in your mouth you'll want to eat the whole pan. Everyone loves them! Blue ribbon winner.

This strawberry jam is one of the best things you’ll ever taste. No lie. You will never, ever want to eat jam from the store again. Not only is it way better for you, because it’s fresh and doesn’t have horrible things in it like high-fructose corn syrup and weird artificial dyes, it also makes a fantastic, super-cheap, seriously impressive gift.

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Eggnog Pound Cake

I almost hate to pin this to give it away, but this is THE best Christmas recipe I've ever made - people flipped. Eggnog Pound Cake.

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Canasta Cake

Canasta Cake ~ Rich, chocolately goodness. Old Memphis recipe from years ago.

My family calls this apple crack! :) Toffee dip..... serve with granny smith apples. This dip is delicious! Let it sit in refrigerator for a few hours first so the Heath bits can meld with dip.

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Divinity Fudge

Divinity Fudge Recipe | Just A Pinch Recipes. I wonder if this is the recipe grandma used to make (recipe lost).

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Little Caesar's Crazy Bread by Todd Wilbur

Little Caesars copycat crazy bread. Oh best thing I've ever pinned!!!

Best Brownies - Pinner says "These brownies are magnificent!!! I mean melt in your mouth and I didn't even make the frosting. Word to the wise....double the recipe and put in a 9x13" pan b/c the 8x8" pan won't be enough!"