Pretzel Toffee, sweet, salty and so good!

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Pretzel Toffee, easy and so delicious!
Pretzel Toffee
I am a real sucker for the sweet/salty combination. If you are, you must make this. Or at least remember this recipe, for those times when you need a treat, a gift for others, or a project to work on with someone special.
Pretzels and I go way back, I eat them often. I offered this delicious Roasted Pretzels snack some time ago. So falling hard for this pretzel toffee, was very easy!

Pretzel Toffee

adapted from: My Kind of Cooking

small twist pretzels, a 9oz bag will be more than plenty
1 c butter
1 c brown sugar
2 c chocolate chips, a 12 oz bag

Line a 10X15 inch jelly roll pan with foil. Cover the surface of the foil with pretzels, leaving no empty spaces. Set pan aside. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

In a medium-size saucepan, melt butter, stir in sugar. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, allow to boil 2 minutes, adjusting heat as needed to keep a bubbling boil. Do not cook longer than 2 minutes.

This is the boiling stage you want to maintain for the 2 minutes.

Pour butter mixture evenly over the pretzels, carefully place the pan into the oven. Bake 7 - 10 minutes.

Check after 5 minutes to make sure the sugar mixture is not getting too dark around the edges.

Remove from oven, sprinkle chocolate chips over the surface.

Let stand 10 minutes, carefully spread chocolate over the surface of the candy.

Let cool, then refrigerate to chill. This will assist in breaking the toffee into pieces.

Pretzel Toffee!

Break toffee, place in a decorative bowl and watch the compliments come your way. This is seriously good!

Pretzel Toffee, easy and so delicious! Makes a great gift for a friend.


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  1. I would sit with these in front of the t.v. and eat way too many of them. What a great recipe - incredibly easy but I can imagine how good they are. I'm going to bookmark this - I think they would be great at Christmas too (as you say, gifts). Thanks Melynda!

  2. These would be so addictive! I think that it would be difficult to stop until the jar is empty! Fantastic way to yummy up plain pretzels. Thank you for sharing!

  3. What time should I come over? You really shouldn't be alone with those!

  4. I love sweet and salty also and these sound very delicious. Enjoy your family today. They will love these and all your food, I'm sure.

  5. Drool...salty sweet chocolate, enough said!

  6. I love sweet and salty!! keeping this recipe for sure.

  7. Sweet and salty is perfect for me too. This sounds delicious.

  8. That pretzel treat sounds so good. Salty and sweet isthe best! I think it would be too dangerous for me to make these because I would want to eat ALL of it!

  9. I've seen the saltine cracker version of this but I like your pretzel version so much better. I know I'd enjoy that sweet-salty combo. I'd like to invite you to stop by and link it up to Sweets for a Saturday #10.

  10. Wow! Melynda, you are a woman after my own heart. I love toffee and I love sweet and salty. I am going to save this one for when I want a treat. I may even hide it from the kids :)

  11. Mmmm.... I'm a sucker for the sweet n' salty combo, as well!

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  12. This is sooo good, especially for the easy recipe it is! I hope everyone tries this, it does make for a nice little extra on the dessert table.

  13. Frantically trying to come up with a good excuse to make some of these - maybe just 'cause is good enough! :) Yum!

  14. Hi Melynda,
    I sure hope that you have saved an extra portion for me. These little treats are awesome and I would just love them. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you next week!

  15. Thanks for posting this recipe, mentioning my blog, and the link! I am going to mention your blog on Friday.

    Thanks Again!

  16. This is such a simple and delicous treat!

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  17. What a lovely recipe! Definitely perfect for gifts or for treating yourself! I've bookmarked it, and thank you for linking it up with Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home!

  18. I'm like you, sucker for sweet and salty.


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