Sunday, May 23, 2010

SMS: Butterscotch Pralines





This is my first Sunday baking with Sweet Melissa Sundays, which is where a group of food bloggers bake our way through The Sweet Melissa Baking Book by Melissa Murphy. Each week a different member chooses a recipe to bake from Melissa's baking book. I am very excited about doing this and can't wait to see how all of Melissa's yummy recipes turn out. Her baking book has tons of great recipes in it! This week, Tessa, from The Cookin' Chemist, chose to make butterscotch pralines, so make sure to check her blog out for the recipe and see how hers turned out. 


Overall, these turned out really, really good and my whole family really enjoyed them. They had a great butterscotch flavor which I love and were really quick to make.  But, I think I should have cooked the sugar a little bit longer because the mixture was a bit thin, and some of my butterscotch pralines were pretty thin, but, they still hardened and tasted great! I will make sure to give these another try sometime and cook the sugar a bit longer!


2 comments:

  1. They look really good! Welcome to SMS!

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  2. Thank-you! I am very excited about it!

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

SMS: Butterscotch Pralines





This is my first Sunday baking with Sweet Melissa Sundays, which is where a group of food bloggers bake our way through The Sweet Melissa Baking Book by Melissa Murphy. Each week a different member chooses a recipe to bake from Melissa's baking book. I am very excited about doing this and can't wait to see how all of Melissa's yummy recipes turn out. Her baking book has tons of great recipes in it! This week, Tessa, from The Cookin' Chemist, chose to make butterscotch pralines, so make sure to check her blog out for the recipe and see how hers turned out. 


Overall, these turned out really, really good and my whole family really enjoyed them. They had a great butterscotch flavor which I love and were really quick to make.  But, I think I should have cooked the sugar a little bit longer because the mixture was a bit thin, and some of my butterscotch pralines were pretty thin, but, they still hardened and tasted great! I will make sure to give these another try sometime and cook the sugar a bit longer!


2 comments:

  1. They look really good! Welcome to SMS!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thank-you! I am very excited about it!

    ReplyDelete