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Bets and Kate Toffee

Old Fashioned English Toffee

We make old fashioned English toffee as well as other toffee treats like chocolate dipped pretzels smoothered in toffee, toffee bits (yummy in coffee or on ice cream) and toffee suckers. We make our toffee so that it just melts in your mouth.

It all started with traditional Roasted Almond Milk Chocolate flavor and branched into different flavors such as Churro, Mexican hot chocolate, Pumpkin spice, Peppermint and Strawberries and Cream. We love being creative and coming up with different seasonal offerings. We enjoy sharing our toffee and like to say “Everyday is a toffee day”.


Can Be Found Here

  • Herriman farmers market
  • West Valley farmers market
  • Daybreak farmers market
  • Wheeler farm Sunday market
  • Holy Cow boutique – Lindon
  • Wild Thistle boutique – South Jordan
  • Salt Lake Family Christmas gift show


Had the pleasure of getting some for my family over the holidays and loved the quality and variety. Great taste and leaves you wanting more! Amazing product!” – Geovany, Facebook Review

Was given the churro and salted dark chocolate to try and they were so amazing! I definitely will be getting some of the other flavors to try!” – Paige, Facebook Review

Great product! My family was ready to throw down over the last piece! We’ll definitely be buying more!” – Chris, Facebook Review

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Contact Information
13105 Pioneer Street, Utah 84096, United States
Owner Information
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Betsy Tanner and Katie Jensen

Betsy and Katie are sisters who often go by  Bets and Kate. Years ago we started making English toffee as Christmas gifts. It became tradition and soon everyone was asking when it was coming because they were anticipating it with excitement.  Then Christmas started becoming too far away and people began requesting to buy toffee.  So then our business was born. First we tested the waters taking orders for Mother’s day. With overwhelming success we decided  to venture into farmers markets. While attending markets with our traditional  toffee ideas started popping up and we began experimenting with different flavors. We have been thrilled with all that we have been able to offer so far.  We love working together and exploring new flavors.

We do small batch cooking to ensure the homemade quality that is our signature toffee. Our families have been our biggest supporters and our taste testers, enjoying this journey with us.  While we love cooking together and making new flavors, the most enjoyable thing has been making new friends, having returning smiling faces and being able to provide a treat that brings back nostalgic feelings of happy memories.

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