National English Toffee Day 2022: Celebrated annually on January 8th, the National English Toffee Day encourages us to cherish the good old English Toffee today! Slightly varied from its original, the English Toffee is enjoyed by millions of people across the US!
Grab some chewy or hard English Toffee, and join us in the ride down the memory lane of this much-loved confection!
History of National English Toffee Day:
The National English Toffee Day is recognized by the National Confectioners Associations. However, the founder and the origin of this day seem to have been lost in the making of this buttery confection!
How to celebrate National English Toffee Day:
Eat some English Toffee today!
Celebrate the day by exploring your nearest toffee shops to lay your hands on the wide variety of English Toffees today! Eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner without anyone judging you today!
If you are the “DIY” type, find a good recipe, gather all the ingredients, and make some English Toffee! Heat sugar and butter. Wait until caramelized. Pour it into a hard mold. Sprinkle some almonds before letting it cool. Else go the Brit way, use Molasses instead of sugar and top them finally with a chocolate layer of your liking!
Experiment with your English Toffee
Get creative with your English Toffee today. Try making or having an English Toffee that you have never tried before!
Share some English Toffee
Well, there is no celebration without sharing! So celebrate your English Toffee Day by sharing them with family and friends! Extend your sharing to the less fortunate in your community too!
Show some English Toffee love on social media
Give the National English Toffee Day a shout out on social media! Encourage your social media friends and followers to try some English Toffee Today! Share your English Toffee pictures, thoughts, and unique recipes on your favorite social media platform!
How to observe English Toffee Day:
Gather up your ingredients. Making toffee can be both challenging and rewarding. It’s also a beautiful candy with delicious textures. Share it with the office or family members. We’ve even provided several recipes for you to try.
Visit your favorite bakery or candy shop to pick up an order of English toffee freshly made. Yes, some places still make it fresh.
Interesting Facts about National English Toffee Day:
Here are some Toffee facts to add more fun!
- Toffee gets its name from a Mediterranean rum made from molasses which was eventually used as a flavoring agent
- Toffee can be mistaken for caramel sometimes
- Toffee and Caramel are different in their ingredient constitution. Caramel includes dairy products while
- Toffee mainly is made up of sugar and water!
- English Toffee is called so because of the main ingredient butter!
- English Toffee have their origin in the UK during the 19th century
- The earliest record of toffee was first in the year of 1825 in the Oxford dictionary