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How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce Christmas Special

How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce.

Happy Thursday.

Just catching up today after a few days at different Hospital and Doctor appointments with my Daughter.

In other news, the snow has all gone here for the minute. It all rained away yesterday.

I have a fun recipe to share with you today:

Glittered caramel sauce. What a neat idea? This looks so delicious too. Fancy making some?

Are you looking to add a bit of sparkle to your Christmas treats this year? How about making your caramel sauce sparkle?

How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce
How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce

How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce:

Makes: 2 x 350ml jars

Preparation: 10 minutes + cooling
Cook: 5 minutes


How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce Method:

1. Melt the butter and sugar together in a saucepan over a low heat until evenly incorporated. Bring the mixture to the boil, then take it off the heat and carefully whisk in the cream.

2. Stir in the salt; taste after adding 1 tsp to see if it is salty enough. If not, add more. Add the glitter and allow the mixture to cool a little, then pour into new, sterilised jam jars, seal and pop into the fridge to thicken up.

How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce
How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce

Recipe courtesy of Waitrose.

What do you think of this Glittered Caramel Sauce recipe?

Fancy making some for Christmas?

How cool would this be served up at your Christmas parties?

Try now or pin for Christmas.

Why not join the conversation and leave your thoughts in the comments below ↓

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How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce:

How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce
How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce

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24 responses to “How To Make Glittered Caramel Sauce Christmas Special”

  1. Tamar SB says:

    Sounds delicious!

  2. stephanie says:

    This looks so good!!!!

  3. Nancy's Fashion Style says:

    Mmmmm, I have to make that!

  4. A Green and Rosie Life says:

    OOOh this does sound good. I have an apple cake recipe that needs caramel sauce drizzled over it and suggests melting caramel sweets … but as they all come in plastic wrapping I can make this with less plastic … I can buy cream in glass jars and sugar from a bulk store. Not sure you can get edible glitter in France though. Love the glass jars and labels you have used! #pocolo

  5. One Frazzled Mum says:

    Ooh this looks and sounds delicious. gorgeous images too #pocolo

  6. Stone Cottage Adventures says:

    I love this idea!! Two of our granddaughters will be staying with us Saturday. I had planned to decorate gingerbread cookies with them. Your recipe will be a perfect addition! Thank you! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventurespinning #pocolo

  7. Morgan Prince says:

    Sounds lovely! I might just have to try some. ;)Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

  8. Elise Von E says:

    This looks and sounds delicious! xx, Elisewww.sparkleandslippers.blogspot.com

  9. Kim Carberry says:

    That is just fabulous! It looks and sounds delicious! #PoCoLo

  10. Cheryl says:

    Yum. Love the idea. Be great to add to a hamper. Smiling at only 1/2tsp of glitter. It does go a long way. Pinning for later. Thanks for sharing. #MMBC

  11. Anonymous says:

    Whoo this does look yummy.

  12. Stephanie Robinson says:

    That looks great – love the glitter, and of course the sauce! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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