Monday, 23 October 2017

Chocolate Honeycomb // Cinder Toffee Recipe

Hi lovely people! I hope you're all having a fabulous day and had an amazing weekend. I went to Leeds as it was mine and Martins second anniversary so we had a super chill, perfect weekend. 

It's getting to that time of year when all the good foods start to come out, I love all the hot meals like stews and curries and then you have alllll the sweet treats as well. 

One of my all time favourite chocolates is a crunchie bar, I only ever eat them at Christmas though and it's usually when i'm demolishing a selection box. There's just something about honeycomb which makes me feel really Autumnal and it's such a good sweet treat, so today i'm going to share my amazing recipe on how to make your own. (Warning, seriously delicious and addictive!)


- 200g of White Sugar
- 4/5 Tablespoons of Golden Syrup
- 1 tablespoon of bicarbonate of soda
- 100g of Milk Chocolate (You can Veganise this by adding dark chocolate instead!)


- Start by lining an 8x8 tin with baking paper, don't worry if you don't have this size, a small, deep tin will do.

- Grab a relatively large, deep pan and add the sugar and golden syrup on a low to medium heat. I like to start off at a really low heat then work my way up. You must watch over this carefully as it can burn super easily.

- Once you have a dark gold, sticky syrup add in the baking soda. Be warned, the baking soda is what makes it 'rise' and give it it's honeycomb texture, it solidifies really quickly so once you've stirred it in, QUICKLY move it to the tin you lined earlier.

- Set the tin to one side and leave it for about 20-30 minutes so it solidifies before melting 100g of chocolate and drizzling it over the top.  

- Pop it in the fridge to harden and then you can either cut it up neatly, or do what I did and just sort of smash it up. 

This is one of my newest recipes i've tried and I am honestly so impressed with the results, it tastes delicious! If you're wanting to make something sweet and don't have much time or money this recipe is amazing. You need hardly any time or ingredients so it's perfect for a busy lifestyle. 

This was my first baking post so if you enjoyed it, please let me know as I definitely want to do more cooking/baking posts!

I hope you all have an amazing rest of the week! 

1 comment

  1. Ooooh I would love to make my own honeycomb - this looks SO yummy!



© Love Tallulah
Blogger Designs by pipdig