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Cheat’s salted caramels Recipe

Cheats salted caramels
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chocolate-covered caramels (we used Rolos)
edible gold lustre (we bought ours from Waitrose)
sea salt flakes


Unwrap the chocolate-covered caramels and use a small paintbrush to dust the outsides with gold lustre. Add a few flakes of sea salt to the top of each one, then arrange on a serving plate (stacking in a tower makes them look extra special). Chill for at least 1 hr before serving.

Cheat’s salted caramels Recipe

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