Chocolate Matzo Toffee Recipe – just 4 ingredients!

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This Chocolate Matzo Toffee recipe is modified from one we make almost every holiday season.  I decided to make it with matzo crackers instead of saltines so they would be ok for Passover. I also love matzo crackers. It’s the “plainest” food I know of….and I love plain food.

Chocolate matzo toffee

Chocolate Matzo Toffee Recipe Ingredients

1cup unsalted  butter- Land o’ Lakes is Kosher

3/4 c brown sugar- Domino’s is Kosher

12 oz chocolate chips Nestle is Kosher

1/2 box matzo crackers

 Directions: 

Preheat oven 400

lightly grease 10×14 pan

Place matzo in bottom of pan in single layer

Bring butter and sugar to boil, stirring frequently.  Boil 3 minutes.

Pour sugar mixture over the matzo.  Bake 5 minutes.

Immediately pour chocolate chips over top of matzo and sugar – let sit 1 minute, then spread chocolate with rubber spatula (you can tell chocolate is ready when it’s shiny).

Cut into squares, cool until chocolate sets.

 

This makes a great gift or dish to bring to gatherings.  Be warned, it’s addictive. But it’s also really, really easy.  Around here we call it a “Brett-proof” recipe.  Meaning even I can’t screw it up!

 

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  • I love that it is only 4 ingredients and sounds so good, beats boxed any time

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  • I love chocolate! This looks so good! <3

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  • This sounds so good! I love that it’s easy to make.

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  • I’ve never tried matzo, but I love chocolate…and this looks good, and very simple to make.

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  • that looks so yummy, i might just try that..the picture makes u want to eat the screen

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  • These look really good and easy to make.

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  • yesss I’m making this for easter

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  • it’s looks great and yummy, i couldn’t wait to try it

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  • It looks fabulous – and so simple!

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  • Sounds easy and yummy. Looking forward to making this.

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  • I have already added this to my favorites.It sounds so good and simple to make too.Thanks

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  • Wow, that looks delicious! The matzo toffee picture was the first one that I saw on your blog homepage, and now I really want to try the recipe! Thanks for the post! I put it on my Pinterest.

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  • I am very excited to try this recipe! Looks absolutely delicious and so easy to make! Can’t wait! Thanks!

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  • I’m a “new” Jew and this is something I could take to my first Passover Seder!

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  • I’m not Jewish, but I love Matzoh – and add some chocolate and I am sooooo there!

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  • AWESOME! I’m always wondering what the heck I should do with all the leftover matzo!

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  • looks yummy to my tummy. lol. :-)

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  • Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing

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  • This recipe looks so yummy! I can’t believe its so easy to make.. I definitley will give it a try..Thankyou for Posting..

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  • These look amazong

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  • Sounds good and rich. With a big glass of milk!

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  • it looks so great, cant wait to try it :)

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