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Toffee Apple Candy Chocolate Tiffin

Toffee Apple Candy Tiffin

I do love a no bake chocolate slice like this and my Toffee Apple Candy Chocolate Tiffin recipe is going to be your must make sweet treat for Bonfire Night. With all of your favourite flavours of the 5th November in one decadent bite, including toffee apples (with Toffee Crisp bitesize, Werthers Chewy Toffee's and dried apple), ginger (crushed gingernut biscuits), honeycomb (Crunchie bars - my favourite) and lots and lots of chocolate, I guarantee this indulgent and rich chocolate tiffin recipe is going to be the star of the show. Without wanting to blow my own trumpet (modest, me!) it's definitely one of the best no bake sweet treats I've ever made (as good as my Mini Egg version for Easter).... although thanks to the chewy toffee you may want to issue a dental warning with it -  especially to anyone with dentures!

Toffee Apple Candy Tiffin



If you're hosting a Fireworks party this year (or going to a friends display) I guarantee this will go down with a bang. If you were really brave you could even try a few handfuls of popping candy in the mixture to emulate the crackling fireworks. I couldn't get hold of any unfortunately, one of the few downsides of living in rural Cornwall, but I bet the kids would love it. If you do try the popping candy let me know if it was a success, but you might want to warn Granny before she takes a bite!

Another great thing about this Chocolate Tiffin is that it will happily sit in the fridge for a week or more in a sealed container. So make up a big batch when you have the time, bung it in the fridge and you've got this amazing chocolate treat on tap whenever you want it. As luck would have it, it's the start of National Chocolate Week today, which runs from the 10th - 16th October 2016 and what better way to celebrate than with a slice of this tiffin! I know you're going to love it!

Toffee Apple Candy Tiffin

TOFFEE APPLE CANDY CHOCOLATE TIFFIN



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Toffee Apple Tiffin
Toffee Apple Candy Chocolate Tiffin
A Bonfire Night Toffee Apple and Chocolate Tiffin Recipe with Toffee Crisps, Chewy Toffee's, Dried Apples and Honeycomb, encased in milk and dark chocolate with crushed gingernut biscuits.
Ingredients
  • 125g Gingernut Biscuits, crushed
  • 2 Crunchie Bars, chopped
  • 20g Werthers Original Chewy Toffee's, chopped into very small pieces
  • 80g Toffee Crisps Bitesize, chopped
  • 60g Dried Apple, chopped
  • 100g Milk Chocolate
  • 100g Dark Chocolate
  • 100g Butter
  • 2 TBSP Syrup
  • 2 TBSP Cocoa Powder
  • For the topping:
  • 100g Milk Chocolate
  • 100g Dark Chocolate
  • 60g Toffee Crisp Bitesize, chopped
  • Crunchie Bars, chopped
  • 20g Werthers Original Chewy Toffee's, chopped into very small pieces
  • 30g Dried Apple, chopped
  • 25g White Chocolate, chopped
Instructions
Step 1: Line a 20x20cm baking tin the clingfilm that overhangs the sides.Step 2: Melt the dark and milk chocolate, butter and syrup in the microwave then add the cocoa powder and mix to combine. Stir in the crushed ginger nut biscuits, crunchie bars, werthers toffee's, toffee crisp and dried apple.Step 3: Spoon into baking tin and chill whilst making the topping.Step 4: For the topping melt the milk and dark chocolate in the microwave and spread over the chilled tiffin.Step 5: Scatter over the chopped toffee crisps, werthers toffee's, crunchie bar and dried apple. Put back in fridge to set.Step 6: Melt the white chocolate and drizzle over the tiffin. Return to the fridge to set before cutting into 16 pieces.

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Yield: 16 pieces

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I'm linking this Toffee Apple Candy Tiffin to Octobers #The FoodCalendar, We Should Cocoa (Tin & Thyme) and #TeaTimeTreats hosted this month by Jo's Kitchen.



Comments

  1. Oh my life! Look at that list of ingredients - positively drooling here! All my favourites from the UK we can't get here in Sweden! I've always liked the look of tiffin but never got round to it! I've yummed the recipe :)

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    1. You need to try it - my favourite thing ever!

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  2. Oh my goodness! This looks... DELICIOUS! I could eat some right now and it's only 9:35am haha. I need to give this a go, it sounds perfect for this time of year. I love ginger nut biscuits! Yum! Must give this a go :) xx

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  3. Oh my, these look amazing. I think I seen them on Twitter this morning and wanted to reach through my computer screen!! So yummy, I need to make these :) Pinning!!

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  4. This toffee apple tiffin looks divine, another delicious desert to add to my list to eat. Yum.

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  5. Wow these look amazing please can you send some my way via the blogosphere? Failing that I'll have to get cracking with making some myself!

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  6. I love tiffin! There is a definite toffee apple theme in recipe of the week linky where I picked this up - yours, mine and a few others. It is that time of year!

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  7. Oh wow how delicious! Definitely have almost lost a tooth with a tiffin before, but they're just too divine to skip over. x

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  8. I can't say no either. Loving the look of these.

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  9. Oh my days! Being on a diet and sitting staring at this, is not a good combination! This looks amazing :) x

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  10. Wow, lovely traybake for these autumnal months!!

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  11. Wow these look delicious!

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    1. oops! #brillblogposts

      (I hope I did that right?? I'm new!!

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  12. Oh so many things I love in one bar :-)

    Sounds delicious

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    1. Thanks Charlotte - they were very yummy!

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  13. I love tiffin, it's one of my all time favourites. Love your take on a Bonfire Night version. Thanks for sharing with #WeShouldCocoa.

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  14. To quote Julie Andrews "These are a few of my favourite things " ooh how yummy does this look. I love the idea of adding popping candy and NOT telling anyone!!! Brilliant no bake recipe. Pinned!

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  15. This looks delicious! Thank you for linking up with #TeaTimeTreats

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