Perfect for cakes, cupcakes, cookies, ice cream, cheesecake, sweet breads and more! You will facing with unique dining experience when you taste it. It’s sweet and salted, buttery and creamy titbit. It might be called a liquid gold. The possibilities for using salted caramel are endless. You can put it on top of cinnamon rolls, apple pie, combine with chocolate based cake and cookies or even add to chocolate bon-bon or truffles.
Dip apple slices into it, put it into decorated jars and give it as a holiday gift, spoon it over ice cream, or just eat it with a spoon.
Let’s read the recipe and follow the simple instructions first. There are plenty of visuals below to help guide you. There is no sugar thermometer required. The caramel itself doesn’t take long to make – only about 10 minutes. However, you’ll want to cool down completely before using it in a cake.
You can read more interesting information about How Caramel Developed a Taste for Salt here.
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