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Monday, 2 October 2017

Quick & easy vegan honeycomb recipe

Vegan, gluten-free, wheat-free, quick & easy

Hello everyone!
Summer has officially left us, so what better way to celebrate a new season than with some crunchy honeycomb?!!!
Honeycomb is surprisingly quick & easy to make and is perfect for a sweet tooth.

I decided to coat my scrumptious honeycomb in chocolate which makes it taste EXACTLY like a Crunchy bar!!!! It's actually unreal how good this honeycomb is.

You could even mix it into ice cream, sprinkle it over cupcakes and cakes or what I like to do, coat it in delicious dark chocolate.

Preparation- 5 minutes
Cooking time- 5 minutes
Makes- 1 slab
Level- Easy

-125g of syrup (I use Sweet Freedomfruit syrup)
-200g of golden caster sugar
-30ml of water
-3 & 1/2 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda
-Dairy-free dark chocolate

Step 1- Line a square baking tray with greaseproof paper.

Step 2- In a medium saucepan, add in the syrup, sugar and water and heat on high.
Step 3- After a few minutes, it will start to bubble, turn off the heat and immediately add in the bicarbonate of soda.
Step 4- Whisk the bicarbonate of soda in with a balloon whisk until the mixture foams, doubles in size and is bubble.

Step 6- Once combined, immediately pour onto the lined tray and do NOT spread out or level as it will lose all of the air bubbles.

Step 7- Place the tray into a cool area/at room temperature to set.
This will take about 1 hour. DO NOT touch it!

Step 8- Once hard, break into shards and dunk into dark chocolate (optional)

Store in a sealed container in the fridge.
Eat within a few days!


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  1. Hi. I made this as directed and it hasn't quite worked out. The honeycomb has not set and all I can taste is bicarb- with the taste staying in your mouth quite a while. Is there something that could have gone wrong?

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    2. Hello, Yes! This happened to me when i was testing out the recipe! You need to heat the syrup, sugar and water on med-high until its a dark-ish golden colour (About 4-5 minutes). The mixture should be at 300 degrees. You need to get that perfect in order for it to work!! :) x

  2. Mmm! Does this taste similar to sponge toffee?

    1. Hello, If sponge toffee is honeycomb, then yes :D xx

  3. Can I replace the freedom fruit and use corn syrup?


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