12 fvrier 2017

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TAGS:  candy   molasses   gluten free   vegan       LABELS: Sans - Gluten  Enfants  Quick and Easy 

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5 Commentaires

Colleen Milne   2017-02-17

This brings back memories of eating store bought sponge toffee as a child. I loved it, but this looks 100 times better! I love the molasses in there.

Kimberlie 2017-02-17

Hi Coleen. This brings back memories for me too. The molasses changes up the flavour for the better. Thanks for your comment.

Nicoletta @sugarlovespices   2017-02-17

These are so cool! I've never made or eaten anything like that (but I come from Italy, remember ;-) ). I am so intrigued by the whole process. And the flavors are wonderful!

Kimberlie 2017-02-17

Hi Nicoletta, Making this candy is totally cool. The way it bubbles up is magical. Maybe you should try it?

Jessica   2017-02-17

I've never heard of seafoam candy, but I love the science behind it. I have a candy thermometer hiding in my drawer that I haven't used in a while and this recipe would be perfect. Can't wait to try it out!

Kimberlie 2017-02-17

This is a really fun recipe. If you try it, let me know.

Markus Mueller | Earth, Food, and Fire   2017-02-17

YUM! I absolutely love sponge toffee! I just made a plain batch a few weeks ago, i'll have to give this molasses variation a try!

Kimberlie 2017-02-18

Im so happy to hear you make sponge toffee. Do you use honey or brown sugar? Next time, try this recipe with molasses. It has lots of flavour. Thanks for the comment.

Marlene   2017-02-12

Thanks for the dribble warning, lol. What kind of molasses do you use, fancy or blackstrap? Or .... I know there's another kind too. My guess is fancy, but better not to guess!

Kimberlie 2017-02-13

Hi Marlene, I used fancy molasses, but if you prefer blackstrap, it would work just fine. I really enjoyed the molasses flavour in this candy. Mouthwatering. Very. I hope you're well.

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