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Hershey’s Toffee Fudge Bars

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These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

It’s been 20 years now since I moved out of my parents’ house, and the only time I really get a strong urge to move back is during the holiday season. To be a kid, sitting at the kitchen table working on homework while my mom baked in the kitchen and my dad watched a Christmas movie in the living room… chokes me up just to think about.

As in, I literally have to pause for a second, because I’m crying now. I’m sure it’s a scene that played out in many homes across our town and beyond, but it still feels so special and intimate looking back on it as an adult with my own kids now.

I grew up watching my mom in the kitchen, a woman who had very little money but lots of creativity. There were 8 of us living in a small duplex, often paycheck to paycheck, but it felt like we ate better than anybody else I knew! She could mix and combine and “add a pinch of this” and “a smidge of that”, and we enjoyed every last bite.

I also grew up living about 5 minutes away from Hershey, PA and smelling chocolate every time I walked outside! It’s no wonder, given our close proximity to Chocolatetown, that we love to bake! December was amazing at our house!

These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

SO many different kinds of cookies and tins lined up on every available surface ready to be filled for gifts. We had some lucky teachers! It was like an actual production line at our house and finding a taste tester was never an issue.

As a mom myself now, I adore how my kids love helping in the kitchen! We try new recipes from cookbooks, we recreate recipes that have been passed down through the family, and sometimes we try our hand at creating brand new recipes!

These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

This recipe for Hershey’s Toffee Fudge Bars is one that we created by combining all of our favorites! My daughter lives by the motto “the more chocolate, the better!”. My son always goes for anything with a graham cracker. My husband’s favorite dessert has a layer of Heath Milk Chocolate Toffee Bits and Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips. And, my word, guys, I am a sucker for fudge. The holiday season just screams fudge to me!

These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

This recipe took a little bit of tweaking (nobody complained that I had to make it a few times!), to get the chocolate layer the right consistency to hold up to the consistency of a layer bar but still be a close cousin to your traditional fudge recipe. I think we’ve hit on a winner, though, and it will definitely be added to our master list of holiday baking that will be passed down to the next generation!

These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

Fudge Toffee Bars

These Fudge Toffee Bars are made with Hershey’s Chocolate Chips and Heath Toffee Bits and will become a new tradition in your family!

  • 3/4 cup butter (melted)
  • 2 1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 can (5 oz. evaporated milk)
  • 1/4 cup butter (softened)
  • 1 bag (10.5 oz mini marshmallows)
  • 2 cups Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • 1 cup Heath Milk Chocolate Toffee Bits
  • 1 cup Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Chips OR Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  1. For Crust: Mix melted butter and graham cracker crumbs. Press on bottom of foil-lined 13×9 pan and set aside.
  2. For Filling: In a large saucepan, combine sugar, evaporated milk, softened butter and marshmallows. Heat over medium heat until mixture boils, stirring very frequently. Continue to boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, stir until completely melted.
  3. Pour immediately over prepared crust and spread until smooth. Sprinkle Heath Milk Chocolate Toffee Bits and Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Chips over filling and press lightly. Refrigerate until firm, about 2 hours. Cut into bars and store in the refrigerator.

 

These Hershey's Toffee Fudge Bars are to die for!! They're no-bake and come together super quickly plus are easy enough for the kids to help you make. These are absolutely going to be a permanent addition to our holiday baking list! #NewTraditions #ad

 

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Patty

Sunday 18th of November 2018

I have made these toffee bars and they are so yummy..I am making them again for christmas...My question is can you freeze these and use at a later date..thanks and keep baking.

Natalie

Monday 26th of November 2018

So glad you loved this recipe! I've actually never tried freezing them, but now I'm curious if you can. Let me know if you try it and if it works!

Lisa

Friday 22nd of September 2017

Your recipes are always practical and delicious. I did a test run and these are definitely on the Christmas baking list this year! I enjoy the narrative on your recipes as much as the finished product. I am sure that I'm considerably older than you are but I felt the same way about my parents and I miss them every day. Treasure your memories because the day will come when that is all you have left. Now I am passing on those traditions with my grandchildren. Thanks for another great recipe!

Natalie

Friday 6th of October 2017

What a sweet and kind comment! You honestly made me tear up. Thank you so much for taking the time to write me a note! I get lost in my memories quite often and feel so fortunate that my kids are able to grow up with their grandparents and create new memories!

Alex

Thursday 22nd of December 2016

I've made this for my office Christmas party. I don't know what I could have done, but are they suppose to be gooey or firm? I tried to look for this recipe on YouTube but didn't have any luck.

Natalie

Wednesday 11th of January 2017

Sorry, I'm just seeing this now! They set up very firm. Hopefully they got to that point with you! If not, I would doublecheck that you used the right measurement of evaporated milk. The standard size can is (I believe) 12 oz., but this recipe only calls for 5 oz. Our stores sell the small 5 oz. can, but that could be why yours didn't set!

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Rosemarie

Wednesday 23rd of December 2015

Hi there! This recipe looks amazing and I'm excited to try it! Just one question... Your recipe calls for "one can" of evaporated milk bit then it says 5 oz... I've only ever seen 12 oz cans... Should I measure out 5 oz? Just want to be absolutely sure so I don't waste any ingredients... Thank you!

Natalie

Wednesday 23rd of December 2015

Hi there! Where I live, I'm able to easily find 5 oz. cans of evaporated milk right beside the 12 oz. cans. I've had others email me, though, saying they couldn't either, so I think I'm going to change the recipe to be a little more clear! but, yes, measure out 5 oz.! If you use a 12 oz. can, it won't set-up right. Good luck!

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