Toffee Brownies

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Toffee Brownies Toffee Brownies

Servings: 24 large/48 small brownies
Prep Time: 8 min
Cook Time: 25 min
Difficulty: Easy

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3 (6-ounce) candy bars with almonds and toffee chips (recommended: Symphony brand)
Vegetable oil cooking spray
1 (17.6-ounce) package brownie mix with walnuts





Prepare the brownie mix according to package directions.

Line a 13 by 9-inch cake pan with aluminum foil and spray with vegetable oil cooking spray. Spoon in half of the brownie batter and smooth with a spatula or the back of a spoon. Place the candy bars side by side on top of the batter. Cover with the remaining batter.

Bake according to package directions. Let cool completely, then lift from the pan using the edges of the foil. This makes it easy to cut the brownies into squares.

Recipe courtesy Paula Deen

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Oh these are good!!! I made them the other night to take to our pool-team and they went FAST!! I will say that when using a 9x13" pan, it at first seems there isn't enough batter to make it all the way - but trust the recipe because there is indeed enough. I only baked mine for 30 minutes and they came out more perfect than I could have asked for! I've already got people asking when I'm going to make another batch, which is always a good sign! This recipe is definitely a keeper plus it's easy and quick to make!! xoxo

By Glitzy Girl TX on May 22, 2013


I'm searching on line for your receipe on April 17 show for a frozen desert made with ice cream sandwiches, bananas, cherries, chocolate sryup topping and other ingrdients. Did not get a chance to write it all down. Any way I can get receipe? Henrietta

By henrietta fialkowski on April 19, 2013


Paula, I am a Brazilian who loves you. I arrived here last month and as yet do not speak English, I'm learning a lot watching tv. I love your recipes, but mostly I like the way he teaches joyful. Big kiss Moisa Hermeto

By Moisa Hermeto on March 23, 2013


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By Linda Newsome on July 07, 2012


Dear Paula,You are a remarkable woman we had similar beginnings bad marriages,raising 2 children by ourselfs & struggling.And loving to cook,my life just has'nt turned out the way yours has,but I am so happy for you & that you found love and are so happy.So take care of yourself & God bless you.

By S. Roark on May 17, 2012


you have guest that did a brownies turtle toffe on april 23,2012

By peggy nealy on April 25, 2012


I have several of your cookbooks and love them all but when purhased none were signed. If ever in your area I will come to your restaurant and say hi as I would love one day to do so but due to my military disabilities I cannot stay in a long line. Love ya Paula Sandra.

By Ms. Sandra Rushing on April 23, 2012


Hello my husband and I were wondering if mrs Paula dean ever does a cooking class and if so how could we signup for a class we think it would fun to attend a cooking class with mrs dean . Thanks for your time we enjoy your cooking show. Pwee & Andrea. In Gallup n,m

By Andrea on April 14, 2012


Hi Bettie, here is the recipe you're looking for:

By Jonathan Able on December 15, 2011


I watched your show that aired on 12/13/11 in the afternoon. You made your Mom's swisssteak, a dutch oven peachcobbler with blueberries, macaroanit and cheese in a crockpot, your Aunt's potpourie in a crockpot. I would like to have the recipe for the peach cobbler in a dutch oven, please.

By Bettie Watson on December 13, 2011


These are absolutely AMAZING! I don't make them often but that's because when I do, I end up eating way too much. But I definitely will be making them again soon.

By Andrea on November 03, 2011


LOVE this recipe! I also used two boxes of brownie mix and then sprinkled crushed up toffee (Heath bar) on top for look and added a little extra crunch! Everyone loved it!!

By Anonymous on August 27, 2011


Paula your recipies always make me giggle, I get so excited to try them! I can definately feel the love when I'm making (and eating) them! I'm a stay at home mom, but I've always loved cooking and baking. Thank you for your wonderful ideas and fabulous recipes! Your recipes help me find a variety of dishes to cook for my husband. Truly a fan, Kalley

By Kalley Anne Adams on July 31, 2011


Hi Paula I just want to tell you that I love you and your sons, Love your recipes and I love your show. I would give anything to meet you one because you are an inspiration to everyone but specially to does women that are single racing two kids on her own like I am. Love you Paula and may god bless you and your beautiful family.

By Rebecca Maldonado on July 14, 2011


Fruit Salad and so healthy!

By Tina Merrill on July 13, 2011


I gave all my friends here in Laguna Beach your recipe and they absolutely loved these!!! My whole law firm where I work are making these!!! Yum!

By Connie Kivley Johnson on June 15, 2011


Very rich but very good! I used a 12 x 8 pan, lined it with foil as directed and took my time with dividing the batter in half. Baked the brownies for about 30 minutes and they were perfect! (I used the recipe to the letter except for the pan size which was an inch less in dimension) I'm curious to see how a Cadbury caramel bar would be!

By Kanne on June 06, 2011


Very frustrating- Brownie mix has cut the amount in dry mix by over one oz. so it doesnt cover the chocolate. Had to run out and get a second mix!

By Susan McKinney on June 05, 2011


Dear Paula, I am a big fan I love all your shows But the one that my morther and I love to watch together is Paula's Party is it ever going to come back thank you for making me laugh Jeanette.

By Jeanette Palmer on June 02, 2011


I love your program, unfortunately, the recipes are passed very quickly and we can not score, there are some products that are not on the town and we enter the doubt that nothing can substitute for the same exit many greetings and these programs help us learn more about the kitchen I really like the way it gives your program and your character is happy and the love she has for the program as reflected in the screen is a pleasure for me to see

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