(1) Generations of Scots have been weaned on the snack, which is actually a stack of wafers sandwiched together with toffee and coated in chocolate.(2) But we must have looked so crestfallen that she smiled and gave us a toffee each.(3) The banoffee pie featured dry, stick-to-your-teeth pastry without any flavour of butter and runny toffee which tasted like barely-caramelised condensed milk.(4) It was a combination of biscuit, toffee and chocolate with an icing decoration.(5) But it's heavenly with chocolate pudding, adding flavours of dates, raisins and burnt toffee .(6) Traditional bonfire treats including black peas, baked potatoes, parkin, toffee apples and treacle toffee were also on offer.(7) If you are going to make your own sugar syrup, do any hot sugar work or make toffee , just remember that it gets fearsomely hot.(8) They are chocolate sweets with chewy toffee in the middle.(9) You can't buy chocolates, or toffee ; flowers cost so much that I have to pick leaves instead.(10) a pound of walnut toffee(11) My one true passion at the time was to devour anything with abnormally large amounts of sugar, chocolate or toffee .(12) You'll be rewarded with deep flavor and candy that sets up perfectly every time, as in the case of our classic buttery almond toffee and our pretty cashew brittle.(13) As confectionery, they differ depending on the temperature at which they are cooked: fudge is the softest, toffee firmer and caramel almost brittle.(14) To begin with, it was all puddings and cakes and sweets, and I would make fudge, toffee , nougat.(15) By the age of 10 I was boiling up fudge, toffee and Turkish delight with, it seemed to me, only the merest hint of adult supervision.(16) Then, at age eighteen, I thought I had at long last found the final frontier in a now-crunchy, now-melty mouthful of coffee-walnut toffee .