Salted Milk Chocolate Caramels

Hi again all of you! 🙂

Making caramels has always been a favourite in my family. We´ve always been the sweet toothed kinda people and baking has therefore been a part of my childhood. In my family we often went for baking a sticky cake or cooking caramel instead of buying candy. We eat candy also ofc, all else would be insane, but we all enjoy the simple thing called: home baked goods! Here´s a recipe for a caramel I´ve been playing around with, simpler than most people think! (and omg so tasty!!)

Salted Milk Chocolate Caramels:

190g Salted butter

4dl sugar

4dl Heavy cream (38%)

2dl Light Syrup

100g dark chocolate, chopped

50g milk chocolate, chopped

1 tbsp glucose syrup

1 tbsp Vanilla powder

2 tsp Ocean Salt

How to:

1. Melt the butter

2. Add, salt, sugar, cream, glucose syrup, syrup, chocolate and vanilla

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3. Let simmer for about 30-40 min on low heat. You can also boil it longer, just make sure the heat stays under 100 degrees Celsius. I like to boil my caramel longer, since I believe it adds more

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4. After 30 – 40 min increase the heat and boil it until it has reached 122-125 degrees Celsius. OR make something called a ball-test (see at the end of receipt.

5. Poor in to a oven form with a baking paper in  or buttered.

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6. Put in the fridge to set. When set a little, sprinkle some extra sea salt on the caramel, believe me, this is what makes these babies heaven to eat so don´t skip the salt people!

7.Cut in to desired size.

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8. Cut squares out of baking paper, pack each on them in or why not skip this part and eat them straight away?;) Enjoy!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Carin says:

    Is it 2 tbsp or 2 tsp Ocean Salt?

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    1. Tsp is correct, thanks Carin 🙂

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  2. Sabrina says:

    These look delicious!!

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    1. Belive me, they are! 😀

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