Rosa Cooking

Caramel - plasma wafer

A fine blend of milk, caramel, plasma flavors ...

Preparation steps

  • Put the milk and sugar in a deeper pot, in which it does not burn, and cook for about 2 hours on a low heat until it gets a fine caramel color and the amount of milk is halved. You can also reduce the amount of sugar to 800 g, although this is how the real caramel tastes.
  • Add the margarine and stir over the heat until melted. Then add the plasma biscuits, combine finely and fill the wafers. Put something heavy on the finished wafers, to squeeze. Leave in the fridge overnight, only then cut.
  • That's all :-) Quick, easy, and the result is great! Enjoy :-)


Over time, I reduced the sugar to some 700 g, although even with 1 kg of sugar, it is not too sweet for me, you can feel the taste of caramel.


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