Very easy, and good recipe! Tastes like Worther's Soft chews! Summary of my experience and advice.
1. Use 1/2 white, 1/2 brown sugar. The Brown Sugar adds a nice richness.
2. I replaced the whipping cream with Light Cream, and it turned out just as well as the original.
3. you will be standing at your stove for awhile, so get comfy. Remember the key to keeping it from burning is to start low, go slow, and KEEP STIRING! You can let it set for about 5 seconds, then you need to move it around a little. Start it out on low heat (my stove goes from sim-7 i started on about a 3) when the temp on the thermometer stalls out bump up the heat just a little (i went to 3.5) and.....KEEP STIIIIIRRRRIIINNGGG!!! i bumped mine up all the way to a 4.5-5 by the end. But remember to make a good carmel speed is not your friend, the sugar needs a good amount of cooking time to turn into a nice rich flavor
4. the first time i made this i took it all the way to the reccommended level of 250, i thought it was a little on the tough side. The second time i made it i stopped around the 242-245 mark. I liked this temp better as they were not as tough but still chewy.
. This is excellent in cookie bowls. Press cookies into minimuffin tins making bowls. Bake as directed. Let them cool. fill with carmaely goodness and let set up. They'll rock your face off! :D
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Very easy, and good recipe! Tastes like Worther's Soft chews! Summary of my experience and...