Soft, Buttery Homemade Caramels #desserts #candy

Soft, Buttery Homemade Caramels #desserts #candy

In case you're searching for the best delicate, rich hand crafted caramel formula this is it. This formula is dependable and can't be beat! I've attempted other caramel plans throughout the years yet dependably returned to this one. It has the perfect caramel flavor and surface on the off chance that you ask me. I like caramels when they are delicate and soften in-your-mouth. These are impeccably delicate, yet not very delicate that they self-destruct.

The most significant piece of making hand crafted caramels is to make sure they come up to the correct temperature. For delicate caramels 238F is the ideal temperature. I like to utilize a sweet thermometer while I'm blending/cooking the caramels at that point twofold check the temperature with a moment thermometer.

You can likewise utilize some virus water to twofold check the consistency of your caramels! I exceptionally suggest utilizing a thermometer AND the virus water test to make certain your caramels end up right.

Also try our recipe Salted Caramel Frosting

Soft, Buttery Homemade Caramels #desserts #candy #easy #recipes #caramel

Soft, Buttery Homemade Caramels! A tried and true recipe you'll want to make every Christmas.

Ingredients
  • 4 cups sugar
  • 2 sticks butter, 1 cup
  • 2 cups white corn syrup
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 2 12 oz. cans evaporated milk

Instructions
  1. Melt the sugar, butter, corn syrup, and salt together in a large, heavy-bottomed sauce pan over medium heat.
  2. Once the mixture comes to a boil, add the evaporated milk a little at a time, taking 15 minutes per can and stirring constantly. A labor of love indeed.
  3. Once all the milk is added use a candy thermometer and bring the mixture to 238F and not a touch hotter! Even 2 degrees hotter will make them chewy instead of soft.
  4. Pour into a parchment lined 13x9 pan and cool completely. Cut and serve. Enjoy!

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