How To Make Caramel Without Even Opening A Can
May 16, 2015 #home
 
By Kayla Dalsfoist
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Using this one-step process, Todd from Todd's Kitchen demonstrates an easy caramel recipe that's sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. He simply places a sealed can of condensed milk into a pot of water, then brings it to a boil. Todd mentions that you can boil multiple cans at once, depending on how much caramel you want to make. After boiling the cans, you have to let them cool down for a few hours before opening, but the reward for waiting is creamy, delicious caramel. This is a great recipe for those who don't have easy access to canned caramel, and is a cost-effective alternative to buying it pre-made. Watch this easy-to-follow tutorial in the video below, and be sure to let us know whether or not you'll be trying this one at home.


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