Old Fashioned Caramel icing, Mama's Southern Stove Top Caramel Icing

Old Fashioned Caramel icing, Mama's Southern Stove Top Caramel Icing

On today’s cooking tutorial follow along with Collard Valley Cooks as we make Cooked Caramel Icing. Enjoy this step by step “How to” video and learn how to make this delicious stove top homemade Caramel Icing Recipe! SCROLL DOWN FOR RECIPE!
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NOW FOR THIS FAMILY RECIPE:
Old Fashioned Caramel
1 STICK BUTTER 1 CUP SUGAR
2 CUPS BROWN SUGAR
1/2 CUP EVAPORATED MILK
1 EGG WHITE
1 TSP VANILLA
DASH OF SALT
OPTION: USE DARK BROWN SUGAR
Add butter to a medium saucepan and melt on medium heat. Now add sugars and milk stir well. Bring to a very slow heat (medium/low) setting. Once mixture starts to bubble a little (starts boiling), turn heat up to medium/high and cover with a lid.
Now turn heat on high setting (electric stove top should use med/high) and boil rapidly for 3 minutes using a timer.
DO NOT scrape out saucepan. DO NOT use old utensil with sugar granules on it. Turn off and pour into a stand mixer mixing bowl. Turn mixer on high and add 1 tbsp. of cream. Add your egg white, vanilla & salt. Ice cake immediately.

NOTE: If it hardens, use a stainless-steel spoon and scrape from sides of bowl and then add a drop of cream. If icing forms sugar crystals, it is a flop. Best to make in dry weather.

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