I've been considering making butterscotch chip cookies with homemade butterscotch chips for a while now, but every time I look for recipes I find only butterscotch sauce recipes or recipes that use butterscotch chips.

So, assuming I've made butterscotch sauce, how would I go about properly hardening it to make chips or chunks out of it?

  • Welcome to the site thepocketwade. Please take some time to familiarize yourself with the rules noted in our FAQ. Recipe requests are not appropriate here. – hobodave Oct 5 '10 at 18:14
  • welcome! Recipe requests are considered off-topic for this site (see the FAQ: cooking.stackexchange.com/faq). An interesting question that would be on-topic would be along the lines of "how could I convert <homemade white chocolate chips/butterscotch sauce/something else> into butterscotch chips?" or "What methods could I use to harden butterscotch into a chocolate consistency?" – justkt Oct 5 '10 at 18:15
  • Fair enough, how's this edit work, or do I still need to change it? – thepocketwade Oct 5 '10 at 18:18

This page suggests mixing the butterscotch sauce in to white chocolate, which makes sense to me. You need something that will be solid at room temperature.

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  • This is what I would do as well. – justkt Oct 5 '10 at 19:05

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