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Sundaes just aren’t sundaes if they don't have some sort of sugary syrup on them. Chocolate, strawberry, butterscotch are all great options. Personally, nothing quite beats that simple caramel flavour. Perfect over ice cream or just a dip to enjoy with some fruit, the flavour of caramel really brings many of us back to our simpler days of being carefree children. We’re offering you this easy to make at home caramel recipe for you to enjoy however you chose.
You will need to use a heavy bottomed saucepan to ensure your caramel doesn't burn. It will also need some decent amount of space to allow the caramel to bubble up, so skip the tiny saucepan for this. You may also use a lighter cream, even whole milk will work, but the higher the fat content, the thicker the creamy caramel syrup will be. Heavy cream works perfectly. This recipe takes 15-20 minutes to make, but will require your attention throughout. Keep an eye on your pot at all times to prevent burning since not all stoves are made equal. Only use a wooden spoon or a silicone tipped utensil. Do not use plastic or metal utensils.
Be extremely careful when handling melted sugar as it can stick to your skin and cause burns.
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