Caramel looking for vanilla

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This vanilla bean caramel sauce is completely impossible to resist spooning over everything! You may need to keep this stuff on the top shelf of the fridge tucked way in the back if you plan to actually use it for anything. Otherwise you run the risk of it mysteriously disappearing. To make this homemade caramel sauce recipe, you only need 5 simple ingredients: sugar, heavy cream, vanilla beans optionalvanilla extract, and salt. The mixture will bubble up Caramel looking for vanilla in the pan so be careful!

Whisk in the rest of the cream and vanilla beans, a pinch of salt, and the vanilla extract. The sauce will look really thin but it will thicken as it cools into the luscious caramel sauce you see here. This sauce is no joke! Please make this your first attempt! As a member of the Amazon Associate affiliate program, I earn a small percentage from your qualifying Amazon purchases when you click the Amazon links on this. I'm not informed of who purchases what, just of what products are purchased. Follow Smells Like Home on Pinterest and click that little Pin button at the top of this recipe card to save this recipe and share with your Pinterest followers!

I love how you added vanilla bean to caramel sauce! I agree with Annie, I would love to drizzle this in my coffee!

cutie ladies Piper

It is ripe peach time in NH and I plan to raid the orchard next week. This could be a new item with the other 16 flavors of jams and marmalades that I show at Old Home Days. Looks wonderful with the addition of the vanilla bean, though! If it was bitter, you either cooked the sugar for too long or the caramel itself for too long. Was the sauce on the dark side? Having a good sauce pan that heats evenly is very important. Its a nice sauce but difficult for me at the sugar melting process, it was nerve wracking to keep it from crystallizing. It is a little nerve-wracking, I agree…but if it crystallizes, just keep heating and stirring it over low heat.

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The sugar will melt and start to caramelize. This was quite challenging, but the second go around proved much more successful.

Tasty 3 Ingredients Vanilla Dessert with Caramel - Easy and Fast

Any suggestions? I had some trouble with this recipe too the first couple times around but you did the right thing by letting the sugar crystal melt down — great job! There are so many things so beautiful about this picture…the mini spoon, vanilla specks, that luscious, and oh yea, the weck jar.

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And yeah, the caramel is pretty amazing too. Vanilla Bean Caramel Sauce Recipe posted in dessert. Jump to Recipe. Continue to Content. Instructions Measure the heavy cream in a 2-cup liquid measuring cup and add the seeds of the vanilla bean; set aside.

Spread the sugar out in an even layer in the bottom of a heavy saucepan. Heat the pan to medium-low and when the sides of the sugar begin to liquefy, start slowly stirring the sugar together until all of the sugar has melted and only liquid remains. Lower the heat to low if the sugar or liquid sugar begins to brown too quickly.

If the sugar clumps, turn the heat to low and let it melt - try not to stir it so it has a chance to heat up slowly. Once the liquid reaches a deep amber color you can check this by dropping a little onto a white plateremove the pan from the heat and slowly pour half of the heavy cream and Caramel looking for vanilla been seeds down the side of the pan and whisk it vigorously into the hot liquid. Take care - the hot liquid will bubble Caramel looking for vanilla Whisk in the remaining heavy cream and seeds and then the salt and vanilla extract and whisk the mixture until the cream has fully incorporated itself.

If the sugar rehardens into clumps at this point like mine did - lots of sugar clumping went on that afternoonput the pan back over medium-low heat and whisk the mixture until the sugar melts back into the sauce and the sauce is completely smooth. This may take a couple of minutes but it will come together - be patient. Let the sauce cool for a few minutes on the stove then transfer it to a heatproof container mason jars work great for storing this sauce.

Store in the refrigerator for up to 1 month. Notes adapted from David Lebovitz via Annie's Eats. Recommended Products As a member of the Amazon Associate affiliate program, I earn a small percentage from your qualifying Amazon purchases when you click the Amazon links on this. How much do you love this recipe? Katrina Warm Vanilla Sugar. Love the addition of the vanilla bean.

It makes the caramel so pretty! Annie Annie's City Kitchen. Emily She Makes and Bakes. Like right now! Rachelle Gould. Would a non dairy milk work for this? Perhaps making them thicker? Leave a Comment Cancel reply Comment. You Might Also Like:. View Recipe. Search the Site. Unboring Sal.

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