How to Make Caramel Pots

Caramel Pots

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The benefit of consuming cannabis-infused edibles is the ability to feel the effects of cannabis without having to smoke flower or vaporize concentrates. Consuming is easy and intuitive — we all know how to eat and drink.

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The marijuana edibles industry is booming. In fact, it’s now the fastest-growing segment of the cannabis market in Colorado and California, with an estimated 30% annual growth rate. The marijuana edibles industry is still relatively new, so many people are unfamiliar with how they work.

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Marijuana edibles come in many different forms including cookies, gummies, chocolate bars or even soda pop so you can choose what best fits your mood!

Caramel pots are a delicious treat that can be enjoyed by anyone. They are very simple to make, and the recipe doesn’t take much time at all. If you would like to know how to make caramel pots for yourself, then this blog post is for you!
The ingredients in caramel pots are simple and easy. You only need one can of sweetened condensed milk, a box of brown sugar, butter (unsalted), vanilla extract, salt, corn syrup or honey if desired, nutmeg and cinnamon. The instructions on how to make Caramel Pots are as follows.

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How to Make Caramel Pots

1. Boil sugar and water together until they turn a golden brown color.

Melt your unsalted butter in a pan over medium heat until it starts bubbling. Add your unopened can of sweetened condensed milk and stir constantly while cooking for about five minutes before removing it from heat completely.
Mix your brown sugar, corn syrup, or honey if desired, salt, and nutmeg with a whisk in a mixing bowl. Add the caramel to the mix one spoonful at a time until it is all fully incorporated. Finally, add vanilla extract and cinnamon before stirring once again for about 30 seconds while still over medium heat (this will thicken up your mixture).
The recipe suggests that you should be using unsalted butter because too much of an amount can change the flavor of your pot significantly as well as making them crumbly. If you would like to make these pots sweeter then feel free to add more condensed milk or corn syrup but any additions after this point won’t have much impact on taste so don’t go overboard.
Next, you need to pour the mixture into a brownie pan that is lined with foil and greased with butter or oil (the recipe doesn’t specify). The best size of this dish should be about an inch deep so it will give your pot enough height as well as having room for all the caramel sauce mix inside without spilling over when cooking. After pouring in the hot water to cover up halfway across the pan, place it on one side of a preheated oven; cook for 20 minutes at 350°F and then turn off heat but leave them inside until cooled down before slicing them open!

2. Add cream, butter, salt, and vanilla extract to the mixture

The best cream you can use is heavy whipping cream because it has a higher fat content than other types of creams, such as half-and-half or milk.
Add in these ingredients by hand using whisking motions until they are fully mixed together with no lumps; this will ensure that your caramel sauce mix won’t be clumpy when cooking. It should take at least five minutes for the whisks to mix everything up thoroughly before pouring it over into any brownie pan dishes!
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This recipe makes about 14 cups worth of Caramel Pots and would cost approximately $16-$18 dollars if bought from scratch without having an ingredient list handy.
This recipe is quite easy and can be made in about two hours with a few free ingredients.
A cook’s time should never go to waste!
It also has the following nutritional information: calories, carbs, fats, protein per serving size (about four pieces) which are all very low for an unhealthy treat that tastes so good.
Caramel Pots make great birthday party treats or holiday gifts!

3. Pour into molds or a baking pan lined with parchment paper

The caramel sauce will need to come up and over the top of your pan by at least one inch before cooking it on HIGH heat for five minutes; this way you won’t have any spillover when it starts bubbling vigorously during caramelizing process.
Pour into molds or a baking pan lined with parchment paper. You’ll be able to drizzle them out like ice cream, which is really neat! The Caramel Pots stay fresh in an airtight container stored in a cool place for about two weeks (if they last that long).

How to Make Caramel Pots

4. Refrigerate for at least two hours before serving

A cool and refreshing summer treat! You’ll have a hard time keeping these around.
Refrigerate for at least two hours before serving. Store in an airtight container with parchment paper between layers to keep the caramel from sticking to other things or absorbing the moisture that will make it grainy, like chocolate does if you store it improperly. Caramel Pots stay fresh in the fridge for about one week–if they last that long!

5. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream on top of each pot

It’s best to enjoy these pots in a cool place–like the fridge. They’re also great with cream or ice cream on top!

6. Enjoy!

Now, enjoy your caramel pots!

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