"If the Amish
make it, you'll find it at Amish Pleasures."
the sugar, syrup, butter, chocolate and milk in a heavy suacepan and cook
until the mixture reaches 248° F on a
candy thermometer. The stove should be set so that the syrup boils slowly.
Stir the mixture constantly. When the medium hard ball stage is reached,
remove from heat, add the vanilla and pour into a buttered 8" square pan
or oven proof dish. Cool thoroughly before cutting.
1 cup golden molasses
1 cup butter
1 cup milk
1/4 pound milk chocolate
1 teaspoon vanilla
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