This was the first time I made maple candy and it came out with the same taste and texture as the candy you can buy here in New England! I only used 1cup of maple syrup. I boiled it until it hit exactly 235 degrees and then let it cool until 175 degrees. I only stirred the syrup for about two minutes though; as soon as it turned lighter and looked more creamy I poured it into molds. I poured it right into silicone brownie bite molds and they came out perfectly clean. I'll be trying it again with some holiday molds I have for gifts this year! Very easy and came out great! You just shouldnt have to stir for five minutes and it definitely doesn't take ten minutes to cool down to 175 degrees, so check the temperature frequently and like other people said, don't walk away from the stove.
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This was the first time I made maple candy and it came out with the same taste and texture as...