This chewy caramel toffee recipe by GreyPot on YouTube is a one-pot recipe, and it’s an easy recipe to follow along and make at home. I love the combination of caramel and toffee together, and these would be a great candy to have around in a jar on your kitchen counter. You can wrap each of these chewy caramel toffee candies in butter paper, plastic wraps, or colorful toffee wrappers. Also, you can sprinkle the caramel toffee with salt to make it a salted caramel toffee. I love the salty and sweetness of candy so it would be a great addition. This would be a simple recipe to make and inexpensive to make a nice batch to give to friends and family.
- 1/2 Cup Sugar ( to caramelize)
- 1/2 Cup Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Cream
- 2 tbsp Honey
- 2 tbsp water
- 2 tbsp Glucose Syrup, optional
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
- 3 tbsp Butter
- a pinch Salt
First, start off by caramelizing the sugar. Add the sugar to a pan on a stovetop and let it melt. Then, add water and mix. Add the cream, and let it boil, add sugar, honey, glucose syrup, and cook until thickens. Sprinkle in a pinch of salt and turn off the heat. Add butter and vanilla extract, and mix until the butter is melted.
Next, pour the caramel toffee mixture into a greased aluminum foil-lined tray. Let the candy cool down for about 2 hours. Continue to watch GreyPot tutorial on YouTube for full instructions and details.
Overall, I think these homemade chewy caramel toffee candies are great to store in a container that can last long. It would be amazing to say that you made homemade candy that tastes just like the store-bought toffee. Plus, I prefer chewy toffee instead of hard toffee.