These toffee bars are an indulgent treat, but one that you keep going back to for more! Made with crushed Heath toffee bits, condensed milk and of course, chocolate chips, you might become addicted to the sweet and chewiness of my awesome toffee bars.
It's no secret that I probably prefer to bake than create regular recipes. You might be able to tell by doing a quick search here and finding a good sized selection of bars, cookies and breads being returned to you. I have my favorites like my Mississippi Mud Pie bars or these seasonally appropriate Pumpkin Cheesecake bars. My toffee bars are a little bit like a Carmelita bar but with crushed Heath toffee pieces. It's these chunks of toffee along with the melted chocolate and soft chewy condensed milk that make them keepers.
Making them is easy, recipes like this shouldn't be over-complicated. Let's just get them done so we can enjoy these rich, chewy toffee bars which are best served with a cup of your favorite coffee!
FAQ's about making toffee bars
What is a Heath Bar? It's a buttery English toffee bar covered in chocolate. You can usually find them in the candy section of your grocery store.
What is the best way to store my toffee bars? Keep them in a sealed container to maintain that soft texture and to prevent them from drying out too quickly.
How far ahead can I make them? You can bake the base and then wait until you add the condensed milk and other toppings.
Could I use butterscotch chips instead of chocolate chips? Great idea! You might not get the same melted effect with butterscotch but the taste will be amazing.
Can I freeze my bars? Best frozen in a sealed Tupperware with parchment paper between each layer.