These are like Werther's, but homemade. I have this really old book on how to make candy that I got from an antique mall, and it is chock full of ideas and candies I've never even heard of. It also has these handwritten notes in it from the person who originally owned it and torn out ...
Grandma's Butterscotch Candy Tried this recipe and it turned out great! The trick is to get the temp to 300 and then add the butter. So many recipes have the butter adding at 240* and it turns clumpy and lumpy.
Real, Traditional, Authentic, Amazingly Good Butterscotch Candy
This very simple, scalable recipe contains just four ingredients. Make sure you use a mild molasses such as Grandma's brand or the candy will be overpoweringly molassesy. The finished butterscotch is a beautiful balance of butter, molasses and caramel with enough salt added to really make the flavor shine. If you think you don't like butterscotch, this recipe is sure to change your mind!
Rum and raisin fudge - 3 tbsp rum 100g (4oz) raisins (soaked in the rum for 1 hour) 397g can sweetened condensed milk 100g (4oz) butter 500g (1lb 2oz) light muscovado sugar 30cm/8in sq tin lined with baking parchment or foil