The candy kitchen windows are one of my favorite places to hang out. On every single Disney trip, whether it be to Disney California Adventure, Disneyland, or even just a stroll through Downtown Disney passing by Marceline’s I HAVE to peek in the window and see what the candy makers are up to.
On a recent trip to Disneyland, I passed by Candy Palace on Main Street and noticed some adorable candy makers having way too much fun making English Toffee.
Making English Toffee
The process is a three person job. It all starts with a little rectangular piece of toffee.
Next, it’s dipped in to a bath of melted milk chocolate.
After it has a perfect coating of milk chocolate, the toffee is rolled in chopped almonds.
And for the grand finale, 12 ounces of English Toffee are