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Butterscotch Sauce

I am a fan of the Brahms ice cream parlors in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas and enjoy their ice cream whenever my travels take me through those states. My favorite treat is their brand of caramel ice cream topping. I do my best to stock up when I can, but it is a long drive to get more when I run out.

Last year our neighborhood had a pot luck and one of the women made a wonderful hot fudge chocolate sauce that was to die for. When I asked for the recipe she gave me a whole page of candy and ice cream topping recipes that included this butterscotch topping. It can easily be doubled to make enough for an ice cream social if you have a large enough pan to hold it all as it bubbles, but I prefer to make several smaller batches so I don't eat too much at one sitting. :)

Ingredients

 1/4 cup butter
 1 cup white corn syrup
 1 cup brown sugar
 1/2 cup evaporated milk
 dash of salt (optional)

Directions

In a medium sized sauce pan heat the butter over medium heat until melted. Reduce heat to low, add the sugar and syrup and stir frequently for 15 minutes until slightly thickened. It should coat the back of a spoon at this point. Be sure to use a large enough pan because it does expand with bubbles as it simmers which is why it needs stirring. When it is thick enough slowly add the milk while stirring vigorously until hot and well combined. At the end I like to stir in a dash of salt to turn up the flavor a little more. Cool, transfer to a covered container and store in the fridge. Travels well in the RV.

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