Why do chocolates melt and toffees don't?
- biohybrid2Lv 48 years agoFavorite Answer
different melting points and textures. chocolate has a lower melting point and goes through a simple process to make. toffee on other hand goes through a more intense boiling process and caramelizing the ingredients. this causes the mixture to be more solid than Chocolate when chocolate is first made. as a result, the finished toffee is hard and thick, giving it a higher melting point.
- CorvatoLv 78 years ago
they do melt, it just takes longer