Legacy Toffee started with a recipe from Julie’s Aunt, passed on to her Mother and then passed on to her. Julie made the toffee, as her Mother and Aunt had done, at Christmas and other special occasions to give as gifts to friends and family.
Julie’s friends, Carla and Diana and their families treasured every bite and over the years waited for their Christmas toffee. Carla also had a special recipe, Caramel Popcorn, which they also waited for at Christmas and other special occasions! Diana had an idea to top that delight with chocolate and another creation was born. Another suggestion came from one of their friends to add another flavor to the popular English Toffee receipe by adding a vanilla topping which became a new flavor choice. Not a holiday went by that friends didn’t say “You should be selling this!” The ladies who have been friends for over 30 years, always laughed amongst themselves and responded “Someday!”
That day has come and today those three friends are making Almond Toffee and Gourmet Caramel Popcorn for everyone to enjoy. The recipes have always been made with the finest of ingredients, quality has never been compromised, and of course each serving has been…
"Made with Love from Generation to Generation”
Thank you for taking us home,
Carla, Diana and Julie
Follow us to "The Barn" Chili Cookoff & Craft Fair
Join Legacy Toffee at "the Barn" 9441 Tegner Rd, Hilmar Saturday, October 9th for the Chili Cookoff & Craft Fair from 9- 2:00 PM! Lots of fun! We'll have our delicious English Toffee and our Gourmet Caramel Popcorn samples and plenty of inventory available to take home!
You don't want to miss this fun day at "The Barn"! Hope to see you Saturday.
Join us on Good Morning Sacramento!
Legacy Toffee will be featured on Good Morning Sacramento on Monday, January 11th in the 8:00 hour, Channel 31, KMAX. They are running a short segment about Legacy Toffee and will feature our items. Click on "Sacramento" above and view the segment from the show! Don't miss our tv "appearance" featuring Legacy Toffee in our hometown Turlock.