Homemade candies for Halloween trump the commercial ones. Don’t you just love the homemade candies in pint size baskets at the checkout of specialty shops? I’ve been tempted by them at bookstores, antique shops, bakeries, gift and museum shops and variety stores. They range from hand dipped dark or milk chocolates to nut clusters and mints or fresh sugar and licorice caramels. Dig deep in your change viagra home delivery pocket for a delectable morsel of sweet home cooked goodness because they cost from one to several dollars apiece. For a fraction of the cost, here is an easy genericviagra4sexlife.com licorice caramel recipe that you won’t have to baby for an hour over a hot stove, but tastes like it. A gourmet Halloween treat for guests; make up a batch for your ghosts, goblins and ghouls.
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 cups Sugar
2 sticks of Butter
1 ½ cups White canadian pharmacy order online Corn Syrup
1 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Anise Oil
Black Food Coloring
1. In a large heavy pot, add sweetened condensed milk, sugar, butter, white corn syrup and salt. The storing viagra mixture expands and bubbles as it cooks so use a larger pot than normal. Cook stirring constantly to 234 degrees sildenafil 20 mg price or soft ball stage, about 15-18 canadian cialis minutes.
3. Cut into bite size pieces, about 1” square and wrap in 5”x5” candy wrappers or plastic wrap cut in squares.
• For sugar caramels, exchange anise oil for vanilla and omit the black food coloring.
• For apple caramels, exchange the anise oil for apple flavoring and omit viagra for less the black food coloring.
Inspiration— Marissa McMurray, a friend of mine who helped me make my first batch and shared a multiple generation family recipe.
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