Early April is a time for delicious chewy caramel. That’s because April 5 is National Caramel Day.
According to Wikipedia, the process of caramelization involves the slow heating of sugar to approximately 170 degrees. The heating process breaks down the molecules, which then reform into compounds with the beige or light brown color and sugary sweet flavor that we all know and love.
Of course, you probably didn’t stop by this blog to learn how to make your own caramel. You came here to see how we use caramel to create amazing food gifts. Well, here’s the scoop.
Fairytale Brownies offers two delicious caramel food gifts for friends, family members, and colleagues celebrating National Caramel Day.
Our Caramel Brownie adds a creamy caramel layer to our traditional fudgy chocolate brownie to create the ultimate chewy temptation.
Our Caramel Pecan Cookie combines organic vanilla...Read More