Homemade honeycomb is delicious eaten on its own, covered in chocolate, or added to ice cream and cheesecakes. Cover your honeycomb in melted chocolate to make your very own crunchie bars - perfect for food gifts!
I've been on a bit of a sweet run lately and found this one from way back. Your own version of a Crunchie - just without the chocolate. This is easy to make and fun when you add the bicarb!
Cinder toffee, or honeycomb toffee, is a traditional treat loved by children and grown ups alike.
Make your very own crunchie at home with this delicious honeycomb covered in chocolate.
Make your own honeycomb with this foolproof, easy recipe. You'll need a sugar thermometer for best results, but without one you can tell it is done by dropping a bit of the hot syrup in cold water and it will form hard threads that break when bent.
This honeycomb cake is a real sugar hit! This cake can make 16 little triangular portions - as this is a very sweet cake. Would suggest a drink of milk with it!
This delightful honeycomb toffee - also known around the world as hokey pokey, cinder toffee, sponge toffee or puff candy - is a delightful treat just perfect dipped in chocolate or crushed up and put into ice cream.
Sticky raisin honeycomb, covered in melted Cadbury® Double Decker and Dairy Milk bars. Great over ice cream.
Light and crispy honeycomb. Tastes delicious. Great as a sweet, with or without chocolate, or crumbed and sprinkled onto ice cream.
Cinder toffee or honeycomb, whichever name you wish to call it, here is a simple and tasty honeycomb recipe!
This is another version of caramel which is super easy and quick. The best part is that it can be refrigerated and used as a perfect topping for other desserts. It's like a crunchy version of cotton candy. It's also known by a variety of other names such as hokey pokey, puff candy etc.