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<p>A <span class="caps">DIY</span> taffy recipe that’s made using locally sourced honey! Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p>Source: MyRecipes.com (Entered by Ariana Giddens)
Step by Step Instructions
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly coat it with cooking spray. Spray any other kitchen surfaces you intend to place the honey while preparing the taffy with cooking spray.
- Put the honey into a saucepan, then cook it uncovered over medium heat over medium-low heat until the honey begins to boil (about 8 minutes). Once a candy thermometer registers the temperature as 280 degrees, pour the honey onto the prepared pan and spread it out evenly across the surface. Let cool for 20 minutes.
- Lightly spray your hands with cooking spray (you may wear gloves if desired, just make sure to apply the spray to them). Fold the honey into a ball, then stretch it into a 2 foot long strand. Double the strand back onto itself twice and press the ends together. Repeat for 5 minutes
- Wrap the honey in plastic wrap that has been coated in cooking spray, then chill it for 10 minutes. Coat a knife in cooking spray (not the handle), then cut the taffy into 4 equally sized pieces.
- Roll each of the 4 sections into 12 inch logs, then cut each log into 6 pieces. Roll each of the pieces into a log, then wrap them in confectionery paper, cellophane wrappers, or wax paper.
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