Try this all-time favourite at home but take care when making as the toffee gets very hot! Children can help to weigh out and melt the ingredients but should let mum do the boiling and coating
If your caramel doesn't set hard on the apples - it will be because the toffee did not get hot enough. It still makes a lovely chewy caramel but a good test of 'readiness' is if you drop a small bit of the toffee into ice cold water and it forms very hard toffee. Small strands should shatter, if it is soft and chewy then it needs to get hotter!
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