How To Make Cinder Toffee/Yellowman/Homemade ‘Crunchie’


As promised to a merry band on Twitter here is how to make Cinder Toffee! This is for you @jobeaufoix @insomniacmummy @LizJarvisUK and @cafebebe!

Homemade Crunchie is called Yellowman in Ireland and is more commonly known as Cinder Toffee. It is delicious, cheap to make and dramatically volcanic…my kids love it!

We have often made ‘volcanoes’ with vinegar and bicarbonate of soda, this works on the same principle with the added bonus that it is edible.

Ingredients

300g caster sugar

4 tbsps Golden Syrup

A pinch of cream of tartar

1 tsp white wine vinegar

5 tbsps cold water

1Β½ tsps bicarbonate of soda

 

11 Comments

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11 responses to “How To Make Cinder Toffee/Yellowman/Homemade ‘Crunchie’

  1. Your a star. Favourited this so I can have a go after my hols.

  2. Fascinating! What a perfect Mum you are. My kids had to make do with shop bought sweets. Besides, I wouldn’t have the nerve to do anything like that!

  3. Liz

    OMG this looks amazing. And so moreish *shakes fist at bathroom scales*

  4. I am trying this later this afternoon. Looks fab.

  5. I feel some kitchen alchemy coming on tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. Ooooooh I can see a holiday activity happening at Chez Beaufoix. Yummy, that looks fab and I bet it smells amazing when it’s cooking. Thank you so much lovely. Slurp. πŸ˜€

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