I have discovered that many folks find my blog searching for Butterscotch Recipes! And that makes me super happy because butterscotch is one of my favorite flavors in all the world.
I’ve gathered all my Butterscotch posts and recipes together here, and whenever I post a new one, I will be sure to add it to this page.
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What Is Butterscotch?
If you are a true fan of butterscotch, you may want to learn more about it. Where it came from, how to make it, et cetera. If so, this post is for you.
If you don’t want to read that whole post, here’s the short answer:
Real butterscotch is a candy, sauce, or flavor made by cooking brown sugar and butter together until the butter has browned and the sugar has caramelized. It is also salt-forward and has just a hint of bitterness from molasses.
Some people confuse butterscotch and caramel. Or they think they are interchangeable flavors. I have rather strong feelings about that, so if you’re interested in learning how the two flavors differ, you’ll enjoy this post:
Done? Okay, once you have the basics of butterscotch down, you’re ready for butterscotch recipes.
Butterscotch Recipes from Pastry Chef Online
Stuff You Need to Make Butterscotch
Like many old-fashioned candy flavors, butterscotch has a minimal list of ingredients and isn’t really very hard to make.
Still, you will still need a few things. Here is a small collection of equipment that can make your candy making life easier.
Check back often, because I’ll be expanding my butterscotch recipes repertoire. If you love butterscotch like I do, you won’t want to miss it!
Not Looking for Butterscotch?
In that case, here are some other recipes you might enjoy:
- The Best Hot Fudge Sauce in the World
- Chocolate Caramel Ice Cream
- Easy No-Egg Toffee Tiramisu
- Peppermint Brownie Brittle
And please, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch via email. I’m happy to answer your baking and pastry questions!