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Caramel Frosting or Drizzle

What you need: 

1 1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup soy or rice milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons oil
1 tablespoon corn starch

What you do: 

Cook 1 cup of sugar, oil, and all of the soymilk on medium high until it gets frothy and bubbly.
Add the rest of sugar and cook on low until it reaches a light brown caramel colour.
Add the vanilla last and let it cool. pour on top of whatever you'd like. (You can have turtles again!)

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Er... you didn't say when to put the cornstarch in, but me and my mom guessed and put it in at the beginning. It came out fine, except that when it cooled down it became more like dried sugar than actual CARAMEL... but it still was pretty good, even with all that, mainly because I put it on top of the best vegan brownies in the world. ^^

This came out to be some bubbly mess. I spend too much money on organic vegan sugar to waste it like this.  It cooked for about 30 mins never got "brown".  Author doesnt list when to add cornstarch.  I dont know what I did wrong because I followed it exactly how it was written. if anyone has made this successfully please post what you did.

Umm... did you add the cornstarch at all~? The author did make a mistake with that, yeah... >_< me and my mom made a complete guess and put it in at the beginning. ^^ It came out ok, not really a "bubbly mess" with me, but more like over-sweet, dry caramel-ish sugar stuff... it DOES make a great brownie topping though~!  ;)b If it were up to me, I'd rename this  "Sweet brownie topping"... it's not really a "frosting" at all.

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This came out to be some bubbly mess. I spend too much money on organic vegan sugar to waste it like this.  It cooked for about 30 mins never got "brown".  Author doesnt list when to add cornstarch.  I dont know what I did wrong because I followed it exactly how it was written. if anyone has made this successfully please post what you did.

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Where does the cornstarch come in?

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