These sweet confections have finally come out of their shell.
By America's Test Kitchen | June 13, 2012
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I think iam going to like it
Pure Decadence – sinfully decadent! And I don’t mind a bit!!!!
I’ve been looking for a great caramel recipe and really appreciate your detailed instructions. Yum!
Wow. These look and smell AMAZING. Making them as a birthday gift. First time ever making my own homemade carmel–you made it EASY! Thank you so much for posting these incredible concoctions, Cook’s Illustrated! I (and my friend) seriously appreciate it!
I would just love to make this (especially the caramel part and am happy for the detailed instructions thereof), however, I’m gluten free and would like to know if this recipe would convert well since you’re only using a small amount of regular flour (I’d be using, of course, a gluten free multi-purpose flour instead)?
love to make this thank you so much
Made this recipe for my bridge group. They loved it! I was 11 years old, babysitting two little boys and decided to make candy to entertain them. That was over 50 years ago. Don’t kow how we all didn’t end up in a burn unit. Just lucky I guess.
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