Southern Creamy Pralines

If you want to try pralines it’s about time! This is a very old family recipe of southern creamy pralines, the only thing that you should know is that you have to work really fast!
Check it out. These New Orleans-style pralines are incredibly delicious, and they are super easy to make. Just boil the candy mixture to the soft ball stage, stir, and let them set until firm. These are similar to a basic cooked fudge, but they are spooned onto wax paper or parchment paper to make small patties. Sometimes a friend who works at one of the mills presents me with a bag of raw sugar. A spoonful of this sugar turns an ordinary cup of coffee into a spectacular one! It’s also great for making creamy pralines, that utterly sweet concoction that has long been one of my favorite candies. You might be surprised to know that pralines and other types of fudge and caramels freeze well, so you can get a head start on holiday candy making.. See the tips and variations for how to store your homemade pralines.

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