Pecan Espresso Toffee


Pecan Espresso Toffee
Pecan Espresso Coffee
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I found this recipe in the new Southern Living (which happens to be one of my favorite magazines). There are several recipes that I want to try and post for you. This looked like a fun candy to make. Give it for gifts or have it on hand during a party. Be very careful as this is an Incredibly hot candy. If you get any on you while you are cooking, you will blister/ burn yourself (I know because I did). When pouring into your pan, wear pot holders and maybe long sleeves. Don't let it splash on you.
Pecan Espresso Coffee
Print Recipe
I found this recipe in the new Southern Living (which happens to be one of my favorite magazines). There are several recipes that I want to try and post for you. This looked like a fun candy to make. Give it for gifts or have it on hand during a party. Be very careful as this is an Incredibly hot candy. If you get any on you while you are cooking, you will blister/ burn yourself (I know because I did). When pouring into your pan, wear pot holders and maybe long sleeves. Don't let it splash on you.
Instructions
  1. Line a 15x10" jelly roll pan with parchment paper- coat it lightly with cooking spray.
  2. Melt butter in a large heavy saucepan over medium heat; stir in granulated sugar, next 4 ingredients, add 1/3 cup water. Cook, stirring constantly, until a candy thermometer registers 290 degrees (soft crack stage), about 17-20 min. Remove pan from heat, stir in pecans. Immediately pour mixture into prepared pan. ( BE CAREFUL)!!!!
  3. Spread in an even layer, and sprinkle chocolate over the top. Let it stand a few minutes. Spread using an offset spatula.
  4. Chill 1 hour or until firm.
  5. Break toffee in pieces and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 7 days.
  6. Serve cold or room temp.
  7. Enjoy!!!
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