Harness its power in the comfort of your own kitchen with this DIY hack. Apple Cider Caramels : These little guys are traditional caramels that have been just a small bit dressed up with apple cider and sea salt. Get your candy thermometer ready for this recipe!
No Bake Snickers Bars : The chocolate, peanut, nougat, and caramel combination is one that never goes out of style.
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Skip the Snickers King Size for a big hunk of this homemade layered treat. Tackle this recipe for homemade candy canes, but beware! This recipe is not for the faint of heart. Three Ingredient Butterfinger Bars : These Butterfingers are made from scratch using just three ingredients.
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For our next trick, we walk on water. Salted Caramel Swirl Marshmallows : These little bites are a great holiday treat. And with their sweet swirls of salted caramel, they could really jazz up your next hot cocoa or batch of Rice Krispies Treats.
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This toasted almond and sea salt version is nostalgic and refined. Paleo Tootsie Rolls : Tootsie Rolls can be a polarizing candy — people tend to have strong opinions about them. Here, we are Team Tootsie, and we love this allergen-free Paleo hack on our old favorite chewy chocolates. Whiskey Sriracha Candy : Look! All of your favorite food vices, packed into tiny little sugary hearts. This book was written for all abilities, from kitchen novices to confident candy-makers.
Beginners will find plenty of tutorials and tips, while experienced cooks can be inspired by more complicated recipes. Love pictures?
Crave a little food science knowledge? Every single recipe has a beautiful full-color photo, and many include sidebars, tips, and variations to help you get creative in the kitchen! Want to avoid sticky lollipops, grainy fudge, and caramels that are too soft?
Check out these tips before you begin!
Turn cooked sugar syrup into a delicious treat
The pictures are very helpful and colorful! If you only buy one candy-making book, I highly recommend this one. My wife and I really like this book. The pictures are great, the steps are easy and clear cut to follow. When the syrup has reached a point where it is becoming difficult to pull, fold it in two and then fold it again, creating a four-strand horseshoe design. Gently twist the strands together. Pull the four-strand candy one final time, gently twisting as you pull, to make a long, thin, and even rope.
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Use oiled kitchen shears or scissors to cut the candy rope into short pieces of equal size. Allow them to dry and harden completely at room temperature. Store in a cool, dry place. Gather the Ingredients. Continue to 2 of 10 below. Continue to 3 of 10 below. Cool and Work the Syrup.
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Continue to 4 of 10 below. Start to Pull the Candy. Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Pull and Twist the Candy. Continue to 6 of 10 below. Fold Candy Into a Horseshoe Shape.
Continue to 7 of 10 below. Pull the Twisted Candy.