Definition of 'toffee'
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Serve warm with warm toffee sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Next, spoon the leftover toffee sauce on top. The Sun (2016)Stir in the toffee sauce. The Sun (2016)You have a sticky toffee pudding habit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Followed by sticky toffee pudding with malt whisky ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Top each serving with frozen berries and a generous helping of warm toffee sauce. The Sun (2011)Please can you give me some guidance on how to make toffee sauce? The Sun (2014)If you like, use treacle instead of syrup to make treacle toffee apples. The Sun (2012)The combination of sticky toffee, crushed biscuits and fresh banana makes an easy dessert. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I do love a sticky toffee pudding. The Sun (2013)You could have sticky toffee pudding and a piece of cheesecake instead and still be 162 calories better off. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Make a custard by gently heating the milk, cream and toffee sauce together in a pan over a low heat. The Sun (2011)Yet an uneasy feeling told me that I might be better off with sticky toffee pudding. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She said: 'I understand the sticky toffee pudding. The Sun (2012)If he demands sticky toffee pudding, let him have it; you have fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Could sticky toffee pudding rescue NHS? The Sun (2011)To assemble, put scoops of ice cream into individual dishes, drizzle over the whisky toffee sauce and top with the toasted marshmallows. Times, Sunday Times (2013)As I rounded a corner, the sweet scent of toffee apples wafted across our path. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'toffee'
British English: toffee /ˈtɒfɪ/ NOUN
A toffee is a sweet made by boiling sugar and butter together with water.
- American English: toffee
- Arabic: طُوفي
- Brazilian Portuguese: puxa-puxa
- Chinese: 太妃糖
- Croatian: karamel
- Czech: karamela
- Danish: karamel
- Dutch: toffee
- European Spanish: toffee masticable
- Finnish: toffee
- French: caramel
- German: Toffee
- Greek: τόφι
- Italian: caramella mou
- Japanese: トフィー
- Korean: 토피
- Norwegian: toffee
- Polish: toffi
- European Portuguese: caramelo
- Romanian: caramea
- Russian: ириска
- Spanish: caramelo
- Swedish: kola
- Thai: ลูกอม
- Turkish: karamela
- Ukrainian: іриска
- Vietnamese: kẹo bơ cứng
Definition of toffee from the Collins English Dictionary
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