Caramel Wraps Part 2
The verdict is in, and we have 2 contenders! I will note here that there are NO picture of caramel on apples. We ate them all! 🤦♀️🤣 If you need to check back to the original post here it is!!
By the time I was done my family had no patience to wait for pictures, they wanted to taste test!!! I love my kids ❤️
I did follow the quantities exactly, but I could not find the MimicCreme so I used CoffeeMate almond/coconut creamer. I also had dark brown sugar on hand instead of light, so you’ll notice how dark the mixture got in the pictures. It did lighten up a bit as it cooked. I think I simmered it a little too long though. There is a slight after taste, it’s not burnt tasting but similar to coffee beans that have been over cooked. The flavor over all was great though and the texture was spot on. It was sticky enough to attach to the Apple, but left at room temp it did slide off after a while.
We maintained most of the ingredients that were used in the first recipe. Instead of vanilla I bought French vanilla coconut milk, which tends to be very sweet ( we didn’t need to add anymore sweetness and I didn’t want to reduce the honey)
I will admit to an epic fail here. This recipe was by far the best, but I used wax paper instead of parchment paper 😬 and we could only get small bits off to taste 🤦♀️ I had to throw 98% out because I couldn’t even slowly pull bits off without getting a chunk of paper. Lesson learned universe!!! This is a great one with sea salt 🤤 I believe the stickiness factor would have lent it well to staying on the apples even at room temp.
I do not know what happens with this recipe, but at some point during the cooking process I messed something up because it would not set AT ALL!!! I will admit that this was also the third recipe in a row, so I probably stopped paying as close attention to cook time and temperature. I let the mixture sit for an hour and it was still liquid. It tasted great and the color was beautiful though🤷🏼♀️ so I will definitely try again because I love the idea of a 3 ingredient caramel!
I will continue to try out these and more recipes. Tell me what you think of these and any other alterations you have or would make.
As always, see you on the other side!