Crunchy, buttery goodness!
Realfoodtraveler first encountered Texas Toffee at the Balloon Festival in Plano, Texas, where a front man was handing out tiny pieces of toffee to the crowd. Plenty of those sampling were soon bellying up to the Texas Toffee booth to buy bags of the stuff. Being a toffee fan, I was intrigued and brought back a couple bags of Texas Toffee for our editors to review.
We sampled two flavors: Pecan Delight and Almond Delight. The pieces are made thick with a light covering of nut-covered chocolate. While I generally like more chocolate on my toffee, I suspect the 90 degree Texas heat might have something to do with the limited amount of chocolate they use. However, the small amount of chocolate doesn’t detract from Texas Toffee. It’s chewy and buttery, with a nice crunch.
Made with fresh, wholesome ingredients and no preservatives in small batches, Texas Toffee has a lovely homemade taste. One of our editors, who claims she’s “not a real toffee fan,” said, “It’s mighty good. I could really eat a lot of that.”
I personally found Texas Toffee downright addictive. The rich, creamy flavor and chewy crunch drew me back again and again until suddenly it was all gone. No worries. I can always order more and they’ll ship this delicious toffee right to me.