A hard, chewy candy made of brown sugar or molasses and butter.(noun)
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Use "toffee" in a sentence
"Scatter strips of crystallized ginger and cumin toffee cashews over the plate."
"The toffee is a bit of an accquired taste - some kids come back for more, some chuck it away and we find it days later gently deliquescing and looking remarkable like a dying slug."
"Just as frogs use glucose, Arctic brine shrimp and many cold-tolerant insects use a sugar called trehalose, which forms a syrup as thick as stretchy toffee, is even better at lowering freezing points and stopping dehydration than glycerol or glucose."