are there more stars? creamy buttery rich taste, firm to touch but soft and chewy, tastes like a soft Worther's flavored caramel, but oh so homemade. Used parchment paper to line an 11x14 pan. Used kitchen scissors to cut the caramels and then snipped them off the desired length and that worked like a charm. (also thought about using a pizza cutter which would work well too). These are one of those recipes that you can make to give for someone special on their birthday. Will steal the show of any holiday goodie tray. **Make sure to use medium heat and don't get impatient...these take time to reach 250 but you can't rush it with increasing the heat. Butter at a high temp is sure to burn. stir very frequently after you reach the soft ball stage, as the mixture gets very thick. It stirs like cake batter once you get near the correct 250 temp. Used salted butter, as this adds to the taste, and if you don't have a good quality vanilla, skip it; these can stand on their own. They absolutely melt in your mouth. Thanks so much for this recipe that is unforgettable and sure to be on every holiday tray I make for years to come.
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are there more stars? creamy buttery rich taste, firm to touch but soft and chewy, tastes...