Recently I stumbled on a super cool tip, making dipping caramel out of sweetened condensed milk. Here’s what you do. Take a can of sweetened condensed milk (remove the label) and put in a large pot of water completely covering the can. Bring the water to a boil and let boil for 3 to 3.5 hours continually keeping the cans fully covered (I keep another pan of water on hand and boil it up to keep adding to the larger pot). Let the cans cool over night. When you are ready to enjoy, open up the can and stir the mixture up well. I like to buy the kind with a pull top because they are easier to open. You can keep these cans in the fridge for months and even label them all cute for gift baskets. PS – I have also read that you can do this in a crock pot if you foil the pot on the inside first, again cover the cans with water and let it cook for at least six hours to overnight on low. I haven’t tried that…YET.
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