How To Make Ginger Almond Toffee Chocolate Bars

Ginger almond toffee has got to be one of the most delicious-sounding confections that can be concocted.

How To Make Ginger Almond Toffee Chocolate Bars

The flavor combination of ginger and almonds is genuinely one of a kind and unmistakably memorable, and thousands of people love it. 

The bars can be drummed up in almost no time at all, thanks to the fact that it is so simple and easy to put together.

This recipe is sure to be a hit, and not only is it mouthwatering once it has been made and an excellent way to get the family involved in an activity. It can teach your children more traditional skills such as baking, cooking, and kitchen safety.

Your craving for sweets will be utterly satisfied after eating one of these bars, which are made with natural and nutritious ingredients.

In addition, they only have a few grams of sugar, making them an excellent choice for individuals following a diet that does not include sugar.

These bars are a perfect option for a nutritious snack that will prevent you from becoming hungry again after you consume them.

And who doesn’t have a taste for chocolate bars? With the help of today’s recipe, you’ll be able to whip up a fresh batch of surprisingly nutritious, chewy, and soft snacks that offer the best of both worlds.

To toast almonds:

  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F.
  • Spread almonds on a rimmed baking sheet.
  • Bake in an oven until lightly golden brown.
  • Keep a close eye and check every 5 minutes until the desired toast level.


  • 1 cup (225 grams) unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cup (150 grams) light brown sugar, packed firmly into the grains
  • One large egg yolk
  • Two teaspoons of ground ginger
  • 8 ounces semisweet chocolate chips or 1 3/4 cups sliced almonds, toasted and cooled


To melt chocolate, chop it up and place it in a pyrex baking cup. Microwave in 30-second bursts, stirring after each burst, until melted and smooth.

*The toffee can be stored at room temperature for 2 to 3 weeks in a tightly sealed plastic container. You may also freeze the toffee.

  • Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C). Butter a 9-inch pie plate and line the bottom with parchment paper.
  • Cream the butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy in a medium bowl. Beat in the egg yolk, then stir in the ground ginger.
  • Tip the creamed mixture into the prepared pie plate, spreading it evenly.
  • Bake for 25 minutes, or until golden brown on top and firm to touch when gently shaken from side to side. Let cool slowly and thoroughly before cutting into bars or squares.
  • Melt 8 ounces of the semisweet chocolate chips or sliced almonds in a medium bowl over low heat, stirring, until smooth.
  • Tip the melted chocolate into a small plastic bag and snip off one of the bottom corners. Drizzle about one teaspoon of melted chocolate over each bar before serving.*
  • These bars can also be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days or frozen for up to 2 months.

Nutritional Information

  • Serving size (1 bar)
  • Calories 160
  •  Total Fat 14 g
  • Saturated Fat 2.5 g
  • Cholesterol 10 mg
  • Sodium 75 mg
  • Carbohydrates 16 g 
  • Fiber 1 g
  •  Sugar 8 g 
  • Protein 3 

Ginger, almond butter, and chocolate are the three ingredients that go into these great bars. They have the right amount of sweetness and decadence without being overly rich or cloying.

The toffee contributes a subtle depth of flavor, while the almonds add a bit of sweetness and nuttiness that goes well with the chocolate.

Together, these two flavors create a fantastic pairing.


When making these bars, you don’t have to feel constrained to use only a single type of chocolate because the recipe is adaptable and works well with all of the standard chocolate varieties and flavors.

If you want to push the boat out and you are not counting calories, you might want to try jazzing up your bars by adding branded chocolates like Malteasers or something similar to them as an ingredient.

This adds more chocolate content to the bars and extra texture and crunch.

This is just one example of many other additional chocolates you could add to this recipe. There are plenty of others.

In light of the previous, if you are interested in a vegan option or simply want to improve your overall diet, you may want to consider including some dried fruit in your bars to contain more vitamins and other essential nutrients.

These can be great replacements for kids’ snacks or serve as a more nutritious alternative to the typical chocolate bar.

The simple act of crushing, grating, or decorating your bars with your preferred chocolate, fruit, or candy is a foolproof method for making your taste buds dance with excitement. Not to mention the family.


And that concludes today’s guided recipe.

These bars are lovely both as a snack and as in desserts. Despite their light and airy texture, they have just the right amount of sweetness to counteract the robust flavors of ginger and almond.

To prepare them in advance, multiply the recipe by two or three and place the finished products in an airtight container. These bars can be kept in your food cupboard for up to two days or frozen for up to two months.

After they have defrosted, you can take them one at a time and enjoy them.

These bars might be the best option for a sweet treat for all who adore ginger. Because of their incredible variety of tastes and textures, they are sure to make the day a little bit better for everyone.

Ensure you don’t forget to pass them along to your other friends.

Rebecca Holmes