If you get toffee cravings every so often like I do, these easy and irresistible Chocolate Drizzled Toffee Squares might just be your next fix. Only five ingredients probably already in your pantry. You’ll need graham crackers, butter, brown sugar, walnuts and chocolate chips. That’s all.
It’s school vacation around here in New Hampshire this week, so it’s the perfect time for baking with the kids! There are a couple easy steps they can do to help in this recipe: laying out the graham crackers on the baking sheet and sprinkling the walnuts.
My kids tell me they don’t like nuts. (Whaatttt???) But no one seemed to notice the walnuts as these Chocolate Drizzled Toffee Squares disappeared like lightning at my house.
As most of you know, I really love baking. I was thumbing through my recipe cards last week and came across a simple Toffee Squares recipes I hadn’t made in decades. So I made them in about ten minutes, then went a step further. Chocolate. Yup. I added a drizzle of melted chocolate. You can’t go wrong with chocolate my friends. And voila: Chocolate Drizzled Toffee Squares!
People: these are incredibly addictive and seriously one of the easiest bars you’ll ever make. Better dust off your super hero cape, because you’ll be needing it stat after making these.
Bring butter and brown sugar to a boil on the stovetop. Pour the hot, bubbly mixture over graham crackers squares you’ve already placed on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with coarsely broken walnuts and bake for ten minutes.
Remove from the oven and let cool for 3-5 minutes. Then break apart into squares while still warm.
Use a small spoon to drizzle with melted chocolate! These treats are great to share. (Or not.)
Chocolate Drizzled Toffee Squares
- 24, 2 " graham cracker squares or enough to cover a sided baking sheet
- 2 sticks butter
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts
- 3/4 cup chocolate chips melted according to package instructions
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- Line cookie sheet with parchment paper. (Or spray well with non-stick spray.)
- Cover sided cookie sheet (I used 15 1/2" X 10 1/2" jelly roll pan) with single layer of graham crackers, touching each other.
- In medium saucepan over medium heat, melt butter.
- Stir in brown sugar and bring to a boil to make a caramel syrup.
- Pour hot syrup over graham cracker layer.
- Sprinkle with coarsely broken walnuts.
- Bake for ten minutes at 350°.
- Remove from oven.
- Cool for 3-5 minutes or until squares begin to harden.
- Break apart while still warm.
- Use a small spoon (I used a baby spoon) to drizzle melted chocolate over the squares.
- Cool completely and store in an airtight container.
Chocolate Drizzled Toffee Squares
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Michelle | A Dish of Daily Life says
This looks like some serious yumminess here! My kids would love these!
Cynthia | What A Girl Eats says
I love toffee! Ive made this with saltines, but I’ll bet graham crackers are even better!
C’est une bonne idée pour faire avec les enfants, ici c’est les vacances aussi! Pendant 2 semaines! Maintenant on est dans la deuxième. Je te souhaite des belles vacances avec ta famille! xoxo
Kristen Chidsey says
Allie–my mom makes these every year for Christmas–so easy, but completely irresistible!
Kathy @ Beyond the Chicken Coop says
Chocolate and toffee are a perfect combo! Yum!!!
These look so rich, I love toffee and chocolate together!
Shashi @ RunninSrilankan says
And with this “You can’t go wrong with chocolate my friends” I know we are sisters from another mother…and father!!! Gosh – everything is better with chocolate but that was one heck of an awesome and easy toffee recipe to begin with! Funny thing about kids though, they think they don’t like something – then they eat it and it’s a whole other story – my daughter used to be that way about beets – now she LURRRVES beet everything! 🙂
Happy Thursday my friend – hope your week has been wonderful! I have some serious catching up to do with your posts…
Megan - The Emotional Baker says
I can see why these are so addictive! This flavor combo is perfect 🙂
Marshie Boswell says
Yum! These look so fun and easy to make!
Dear Allie, these look absolutely fantastic…they wouldn’t last long in my house either. In fact, I could go for one right now. All my love to you and yours. xoxo, Catherine
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary says
These toffee squares look seriously delicious, Allie!! LOVE how easy they are! Obviously I am going to have to leave off the chocolate drizzle (for my half at least), but I KNOW they are going to be amazing regardless! Cheers, sweets! XO
Allie, these look fabulous! And the baking “difficulty level” is my favourite- quick and easy. 😉 I can’t wait to try these – thanks. Xo
Allison - Celebrating Sweets says
These sound SO good! I bet it took willpower to photograph these. I would’ve eaten them all before I even got out the camera. 🙂
Karla @SmallTownRambler says
YUM!! These look absolutely delicious! I don’t think I would share, haha! 🙂
Barbara Child says
So easy! You have a wonderful recipe file!
Susie Mandel says
I’m not a huge nut fan, either (confession time), but there are certain recipes where I actually love the texture they bring. Can’t wait to try these!
The post is fantastic! I love it so much:)
Have a nice weekend!
Aunt Pinkie says
These look fantastic and addictive! Can’t wait to make ’em!
Karen [email protected] says
Well, I think it is good that I just ate three Girl Scout cookies before reading this. Otherwise, I might have eaten my computer screen!
Delish!! Just made this, as I have company coming tonight for snacks and dessert. I added crasins with my walnuts….yum…and of course, drizzled them with chocolate too!
Denise Q. says
OH MY GOODNESS! I think Neil Diamond said it best “so good, so good, so good!”
Sarah Walker Caron (Sarah's Cucina Bella) says
I adore toffee! These squares look delightful.
Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen says
WOW! Allie, I am seriously impressed. What a masterpiece! They are almost too pretty to eat! I LOVE them!