Thursday, December 20, 2007

Mock Toffee

Mock Toffee was my comfort food of choice during the final month of pregnancy, and has also proven to be my comfort food of choice in the postpartum period! I can't get enough of it, especially when I spread cream cheese on in. So delicious! Lately I have been making it without nuts due to some nut allergies in our family, and it's just as tasty without the nuts. Here's the recipe:

Mock Toffee


1 c. brown rice syrup

1/2 c. butter
Midel graham crackers (or homemade)
grain-sweetened chocolate chips

pecan pieces (optional)


1. Preheat oven to 375. Line large cookie sheet with foil, butter heavily; Place crackers side by side to cover cookie sheet.


2. Combine butter and brown rice syrup in a saucepan and heat until they boil and bubble. Pour immediately over crackers; Bake 10-12 minutes.

3. Remove from oven and sprinkle surface with chocolate chips. Allow to sit for about one minute, then spread chocolate around with a spatula until all the crackers are coated. If using nuts, sprinkle over chocolate and press into chocolate with spatula.


4. Allow to cool and harden in refrigerator.


5. When cool, break into pieces and enjoy!

2 comments:

CB said...

I just had some of this given to us! Yummmy! I never would have thought to spread cream cheese on it. Thanks for the recipe.

E said...

Yum! I LOVE toffee! We can't wait to try this one out!

Erica