This recipe should be a hit with kids and adults. And the strawberry in those candy coated strawberries will make us less guilty to eat caramel. If you wish to make your own, Steamy Kitchen shared her 15-minute recipe. She saves time by melting Kraft caramels with sea salt. If you host a kid party or a huge casual party (i.e. lots of guests), go for the generic brand.
Save Time and Achieve a Finer Taste
The ultimate taste would be achieved if you order a jar of caramel from a caterer/candy maker like the delightful creamy salty butter caramel at Kreavie. Then, cover the caramel with the almond & hazelnut croquant, also from Kreavie. The recipe will still take about 15 minutes to make.
Jaden of Steamy Kitchen recommends to soak the strawberries briefly in ice water to perk up the green stem and improves the succulent texture of the strawberries. I will definitely try it!
+ recipe: Salted Caramel Covered Strawberries by Steamy Kitchen
Line AtallahMarch 18, 2010 at 12:40
I will definitely try this! I love chocolate covered strawberries! And salty caramel is definitely one of my favorites sweet treats!
LeslieMarch 18, 2010 at 16:24
Thank you for your post, for referring kreavie’s products, it’s so inspiring, I never thought to try it but I’ll do.