Chocolate Covered Toffee Matzo Matzah Recipe

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Time: 55 minutes



  1. matzos
  2. butter
  3. brown sugar
  4. chocolate chips


  1. line a cookie sheet with foil and lay matzo on pan
  2. melt brown sugar with butter in saucepan
  3. boil until mixture coats a spoon
  4. brush matzo with brown sugar mixture
  5. bake in 350 degree oven for 3-4 minutes until it starts to bubble
  6. cover with chocolate chips and put back in the oven until the chips start to melt
  7. spread the chocolate to cover the matzo
  8. freeze until hard , then break into pieces
  9. option- sprinkle chopped nuts on top

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