Recipe: See’s Candies Toffee-ette Brownies

This recipe for See’s Candies Toffee-ette Brownies uses my basic brownie recipe with broken pieces of See’s Toffee-ettes. It is absolutely delicious. This brownie recipe produces a chewy fudgy brownie. The toffee flavor from the Toffee-ettes add a wonderful toffee flavor to the brownie… a perfect compliment to it.

Be sure to coarsely chop the Toffee-ettes.. some of my Toffee-ettes chopped finer and the toffee flavor wasn’t as strong. You can use a mini processor… but be sure to pulse… and not over chop them. I suggested you use 20 Toffee-ettes… you can use more… if you want even more toffee flavor.

I used unsweetened chocolate... not powder... the chocolate comes in 1 oz. squares in a box of 8. You can find it in the baking aisle of the supermarket.

I line my pan with foil for easy removal (see my previous Tip of the Day about using foil to line your pan)... I use Reynolds Wrap Non-stick foil... it's the best. I still lightly sprayed the foil with cooking oil to be sure they would come out easy.

The brownies tend to be very wet when first baked… they are actually better the next day… be sure to cool them completely before lifting them out of the pan and cutting them.

I cut mine and put them on a serving plate… then covered them with plastic wrap. They are absolutely the best brownies the second day.

You can purchase See’s Candies Toffee-ettes in one of their many stores or visit them online at See’s Candies.

I hope you will try these wonderful brownies.


See's Toffee-ette Brownie Recipe:

All you need:

4 oz. unsweetened chocolate
2 Sticks (1 cup) butter, cut into 2 tablespoon chunks
2 ½ cups sugar
½ teaspoon salt
4 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 ¼ cup flour
20 See’s Candies Toffee-ettes, coarsely broken

All you need to do:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Line a 9 x 13 baking pan with non-stick foil. (I use Reynolds Wrap)

Lightly spray the foil with cooking spray.

Place the 4 ounces of unsweetened chocolate and the butter chunks in a medium bowl.

Cover the bowl with a piece of waxed paper.

Microwave on high for about 3-4 minutes, or until the butter and chocolate have melted. Stir at 1 minute intervals.

Let the chocolate mixture cool about ½ hour.

In a mixing bowl, beat the eggs until light and frothy, add the salt and the sugar.
Beat the mixture for about a minute.

Fold the chocolate mixture into the egg mixture.

Stir in the vanilla.

Stir in flour.

Fold in the coarsely chopped Toffee-ettes.

Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes.

Cool completely before lifting the brownies out of the pan.

Store on a plate covered with plastic wrap.


Anonymous said...

These look delicious!I have never had toffee in brownies.I bet they are really sweet too.Thanks for sharing!

Linda said...

Ohhh they are delicious.... I had a brownie for breakfast.... (I'm an adult ... I can do stupid things like that..LOL).... besides isn't chocolate a food group?

Coleen's Recipes said...

Excellent candy tucked inside of an excellent brownie? Holy Cow woman...the photos say it all!! These look too delicious to be legal LOL.

Linda said...

LOL... I know... in fact... I'm on way to get a brownie fix now... I might plop a dollop of vanilla ice cream on it... I might as well live it up

shorty said...

OK... Where did you get the Sees Candy? I haven't seen one of their stores since I left CA. Do you have one down by you?

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