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Almond toffee

  • 20 minutes
  • Medium
  • Desserts and Fruit
As ingredients, only sugar and almonds to prepare this delectable little sweet, to be enjoyed anytime.

Ingredients: Per 10 servings

  • 1 lb almonds
  • 1 lb sugar
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • oil to taste


Chop the almonds after peeling them: put the sugar with three spoonfuls of water on the heat and, when it has melted, add the almonds and stir until they become a deep gold color.

Roll out the boiling paste onto greased marble, cut into lozenges and allow to cool.


Food History:

The origins of the almond are to be found in Asia Minor: something testified by the wealth of recipes based on this most fragrant of nuts.

In antiquity, its use as a foodstuff soon spread all over the Mediterranean basin: in Italy almonds provide real gastronomic pearls, as “confetti” (sugared almonds), and in biscuits, pastries, and marzipan.

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