Chocolate-Covered Honeycomb Candy
Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day treat to impress loved ones or binge on yourself? Look no further. This honeycomb toffee candy is quick and easy to make but looks so fancy.
Honeycomb, also known as sponge candy, cinder toffee, hokey pokey, sea-foam, the list goes on, has traditionally been eaten around Guy Fawkes day (November 5th) in Britain. However, this is a candy that travels, as various countries have their own versions and names for it. Once you taste the rich caramel flavor of the sugar, you’ll understand why this recipe is a universal success. Deceptively simple, yet easy to dress up, you can eat it alone, cover it in chocolate, or even use it as a topping for ice cream. Today we have an easy recipe with chocolate drizzled on top because it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without a little chocolate thrown in. This is a perfect candy to give as a gift to your galantines, to that special someone, to family, or even to keep for yourself.