Homemade Salted Caramel Sauce sounds daunting to most but it is actually a really quick ten minute recipe that results in the most indulgent, delicious, buttery and salty caramel sauce you have ever tasted!
Tomorrow is the day all of these recent dessert recipes (Banana Muffins, Dark Chocolate Ice Cream, Dark Chocolate Magic Shell Ice Cream Bar) come together to form the most amazing, wonderfully magical dessert ever! One last sneak peek before tomorrow’s unveiling… I think food is meant to be fun and playful while being delicious. I cook healthy meals for the family every day (well, all day every day is more like it!) and sometimes you need to just make something that puts a smile on your face. That is how I feel about the desserts we eat. They’re for your soul and your eyes as well as your tummies. I hope these recipes make you think “Oh my goodness, I NEED that!” and then you venture into the kitchen to make something new and delicious! This caramel sauce is just one more of those things that you see someone pour over a dessert and you immediately want some too. Give this recipe a shot, you will be shocked how easy this salted caramel sauce is to make!
Combine the sugar and corn syrup in a saucepan. Cook on medium high heat, stirring constantly, It will be a white color at first.
Then it will turn a light caramel.
Once it is caramel colored at the butter and whisk.
It will violently boil, it is okay! Add the milk and stir until smooth and combined. Add sea salt.
Let cool, then serve this salted caramel sauce on favorite desserts and garnish with a bit more sea salt! Like this Chocolate Chip Caramel Cookie Pie!
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 2 tablespoons corn syrup (I use a homemade variety from this recipe)
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 tablespoon whole milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt (plus more for sprinkling)
- Combine the sugar and corn syrup in a saucepan.
- Cook on medium high heat, stirring constantly,
- It will be a white color at first.
- Then it will turn a light caramel.
- Once it is caramel colored at the butter and whisk.
- It will violently boil, it is okay!
- Add the milk and stir until smooth and combined.
- Add sea salt.
- Let cool, serve on favorite desserts and garnish with a bit more sea salt!
Don’t forget to check back in tomorrow for the most amazing, fun, epic dessert you have seen ALL SUMMER!!
You haven’t fixed the link:
(I use a homemade variety from this recipe)
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I’d like to see it, too…not great at answering…Sabrina? Are you out there????
Mine got a bit too candy like so added more milk and it was great..
I made this recipe real quick before I had other errands, and it was really quick. I sat with the syrup and let it turn the color I wanted, then added the butter and vanilla and salt. My husband has been wanting more caramel, but I didn’t have whipping cream anymore. Now, that’s no longer a problem, I just need more corn syrup…
In the salted Carmel sauce recipe it calls for 1 teaspoon of vanilla as one of the ingrediates but never adds in to the recipe?
So sorry about that. When I’m cooking the recipes, I sometimes change them and it looks like the edit didn’t make it to the recipe card. I did not end up using the vanilla in my final test, but if you would like to add it do so with the milk.
This looks amazing and I can’t wait to make it! What step do I add the vanilla?
I did not end up using the vanilla in my final test, but if you would like to add it do so with the milk. Somehow my recipe card did not update that change.
Can’t wait for the dessert reveal tomorrow ! Looks amazing . But then again all of your recipes do . I just need time to try and make a lot of them .
2 tablespoons corn syrup (I use a homemade variety from this recipe) not sure what you mean by this?
Sorry about that! I use a homemade thick simple syrup for this instead of store bought corn syrup by mixing 8 tablespoons of sugar with 2 tablespoons of hot water. This makes a half a cup of homemade corn syrup.
I’m probably one of the only people who is not a salt carmel person but my daughter loves it and I can’t wait to surprise her with this!
It was a change for me at first too, but now I can’t even remember caramel sauce without it! And I only really tried it a few years ago, so most of my life was the non salted way!
I have really gotten into Salted Caramel flavor lately. I will have to try to make this sauce myself. Yum.
Awesome! I hope you love it
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