Homemade Maple Syrup Taffy Recipe

Maple taffy is easy to make and just as good as at the sugar shack! You can refrigerate it or make taffy on the snow.
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Maple taffy is easy to make and just as good as at the sugar shack! You can refrigerate it or make taffy on the snow.

portion Servings: 4

Prep Time5 mins

 1 cup pure maple syrup
 butter

Maple Taffy to refrigerate in a container
1

Very lightly butter the inside of a small, deep saucepan and pour in the maple syrup.
Bring to a boil over medium heat and simmer over medium-low heat, watching constantly, until the temperature of the candy thermometer reads 238 ° F (114 ° C).

2

Let stand 1 minute, then pour into a small plastic container. If a foam forms on the top of the taffy, remove it with a spoon.

3

Close the container and immerse it in cold water for 1 hour, leaving the lid out of the water.
Open the container and pour 1 tbsp. cold water on the taffy. Tilt the container so that the water covers the entire surface.
Refrigerate.

Maple Taffy on snow
4

It is important to cook the maple taffy just before serving it. Before beginning to cook, fill large containers with clean compacted snow.

5

Shortly before serving the taffy, cook the taffy as described in step 1 and pour the hot maple taffy over the snow, forming long strips 1 inch wide. Let cool for 1 to 2 minutes. Wrap the taffy around thin wooden pallets or spoons.

Ingredients

 1 cup pure maple syrup
 butter

Directions

Maple Taffy to refrigerate in a container
1

Very lightly butter the inside of a small, deep saucepan and pour in the maple syrup.
Bring to a boil over medium heat and simmer over medium-low heat, watching constantly, until the temperature of the candy thermometer reads 238 ° F (114 ° C).

2

Let stand 1 minute, then pour into a small plastic container. If a foam forms on the top of the taffy, remove it with a spoon.

3

Close the container and immerse it in cold water for 1 hour, leaving the lid out of the water.
Open the container and pour 1 tbsp. cold water on the taffy. Tilt the container so that the water covers the entire surface.
Refrigerate.

Maple Taffy on snow
4

It is important to cook the maple taffy just before serving it. Before beginning to cook, fill large containers with clean compacted snow.

5

Shortly before serving the taffy, cook the taffy as described in step 1 and pour the hot maple taffy over the snow, forming long strips 1 inch wide. Let cool for 1 to 2 minutes. Wrap the taffy around thin wooden pallets or spoons.

Homemade Maple Syrup Taffy Recipe

 

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