My Dad came home from a trip to the vegetable stand and told me that he bought apples in faith that I’d make caramel. I couldn’t refuse, especially since I had tried this recipe before and wanted to perfect it. So, here’s to caramel (free of refined sugar and dairy)! It’s not as difficult as I imagined and has the texture of normal caramel.
As the caramel is on the heat for the whole process, it is helpful to have everything you need measured and ready to go. Also, have a bowl, a whisk, a timer and a few glasses of cold water near the stove. The cold water is for dropping in a drop of caramel to test its consistency.
The caramel pictured at this phase:
Note: When the caramel is finished cooking, the coconut flavor is gone and the honey taste is not so prominent.
Next, slice apples and gather around the caramel bowl