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Lovestobakefor5 rated and reviewed the recipe Toffee Bars
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"Excellent! I've been baking these since I was a kid, for probably 35 years, and our Betty Crocker cookbook is worn out! A family favorite for sure. I like to roll/pat them out on a flat cookie sheet about a 1/4 thick, because when you get a little crisper cookie along the outside edges, they really resemble toffee. (Your rectangle will not be perfect.) I use 3-4 hershey bars broken into squares, they melt beautifully. Then you can score the cookies with a knife while chocolate is still melted, or just allow them to set up, it takes a few hours for chocolate to firm up again. (I would not recommend putting them in fridge to firm up.) I just break them up into more rustic pieces. Best eaten same day. "
Posted on 6/7/2012
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Posted 6/7/2012 4:30:32 PM REPORT ABUSE
Toffee Bars
Toffee Bars
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Excellent! I've been baking these since I was a kid, for probably 35 years, and our Betty Crocker cookbook is worn out! A family favorite for sure. I like to roll/pat them out on a flat cookie sheet about a 1/4 thick, because when you get a little crisper cookie along the outside edges, they really resemble toffee. (Your rectangle will not be perfect.) I use 3-4 hershey bars broken into squares, they melt beautifully. Then you can score the cookies with a knife while chocolate is still melted, or just allow them to set up, it takes a few hours for chocolate to firm up again. (I would not recommend putting them in fridge to firm up.) I just break them up into more rustic pieces. Best eaten same day.
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