Endstroms Almond Toffee

This summer Sherry and I went to the Endstrom’s Toffee factory in Grand Junction with Mom and Dad.  It was fun to watch them make HUGE batches, using more almonds in one batch than we use in a LIFETIME! Here is the recipe that started it all.

Endstroms Almond Toffee
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This is a famous recipe made in Grand Junction Colorado. They send millions of lb around the world. Before the store began Mr. Endstrom taught a candy making class for the county and gave out this recipe.
Endstroms Almond Toffee
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This is a famous recipe made in Grand Junction Colorado. They send millions of lb around the world. Before the store began Mr. Endstrom taught a candy making class for the county and gave out this recipe.
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Melt chocolate in double boiler.
  2. Lightly butter 2 9x13 baking pans.
  3. Fill sinks with cold water. Unwrap butter.
  4. Place sugar & water in heavy pan at hottest heat until syrup spins a thread.
  5. Add 1 cube of butter and stir til melted.
  6. Add remaining sticks one at a time and melt each completely.
  7. Add whole almonds and continue stirring and cooking until almonds are toasted.
  8. Candy will be a dark tan and will pull away from the sides and bottom of the pan. (If candy starts to smoke lift pan from burner rather than lowering the heat.)
  9. Pour into the two pans and set in cold water.
  10. Spread 1/2 of chocolate over each pan and sprinkle with 1/2 ground almonds.
  11. Using your fingers quickly flip over the candy (chocolate and almonds will now be on bottom of pan) spread the remaining chocolate on the top of the candy and sprinkle with rest of ground almonds.
  12. Allow to mellow at room temp (do not refrigerate) for about 2-3 days.
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