How To Make Amazing Honey Taffy – (Only Honey)

Today we show how to make beautiful honey candy with just one ingredient! This is a great project to do with your kids – my kids were sleeping when I made it but I will have to do it again with them. The honey provides a wonderful and unique flavor.
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1 pound honey (about 1 1/2 cups)


1. Line a baking sheet or pan with parchment paper and lightly coat with butter, or just butter the pan.

2. Place honey in a medium saucepan. Cook over medium-low heat, uncovered, until honey begins to boil (about 8 minutes). Continue cooking until a candy thermometer registers 270-280°, about 10 minutes. Pour mixture onto pan. Cool about 15-20 minutes.

3. Coat your hands with butter. With your hands, roll up the honey in the pan to form a ball. Stretch honey and fold it in half. Continue pulling and folding honey for about 5 minutes or until the color changes from amber to a golden tan. (At this point you may chill for 10 min. I did not.)
4. Roll and stretch honey into long logs, dividing if it grows to long to handle. Cut into sections with scissors and wrap with wax paper.


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  1. We are getting Bees this spring and we will have to try this when we get our first harvest. Looks delicious! Have you ever added anything medicinal to it like lemon for a throat lozenge? Seems like it would work well. 🤔

  2. I’ve got my grandmother’s honey caramel recipe.  When I was a kid in the late sixties she made it for me.  Fun, but because it was hot I had to watch her make it.

  3. Oh my! My husband is a beekeeper, we have lots of honey and I’m on my way to the kitchen. A batch of these in a cute little basket would make a SWEET little gift. Thank you so much for sharing!

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