Tootsie Rolls Overview
The recipe for homemade Tootsie rolls is amazingly easy to make. This home version has some simple ingredients and tastes exactly like Tootsie Rolls.
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Tootsie Roll Review
But to be honest, I don’t like Halloween, and actually intended to skip the whole holiday altogether and go straight to the November / Thanksgiving recipes, until I came up with the idea of making Tootsie Rolls. Tootsie Rolls saved Halloween. (Or at least my Halloween.) I’m like the bully who stole Halloween. Halloween always feels like a lot of work. Costume Making, Costume Shopping; and also that Halloween is legally scary.
I was the 8-year-old who came out of the haunted house, crying uncontrollably. Terrible things scare me! And what about frightening movies? They frighten me a lot. And this is the man who went to film school and has a pretty clear grasp of how movies are created, but for some reason, the logic of anything coming out of the swamp scares me. I’m unable to apply A lake that eats people, and I’m certain it exists.
I haven’t seen a horror movie since I was 12 years old. All the good kids at school took the Wes Creon movie class. not me! But I like candy. So Halloween always gets me a little bit.
How to Make Tootsie Rolls
The tootsie rolls recipe makes me try to get right. Tootsie is softer than another typical store-bought roll. The chocolate flavor is mixed in Tootsie which makes them less sweet than the original.
And, while manufacturing your own Tootsie candy may appear to be a daunting endeavor, the two could not be more comparable. There’s no need for an oven or a burner; simply kneading a few components together.
- 1/4 cup baking cocoa powder
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1/4 cup dry milk powder
- Pinch of kosher salt
- 1/4 cup light corn syrup
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter melted
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 baking sheet
Calories: 86kcal (4%)
- Combine cocoa powder, powdered sugar, powdered milk, and salt in a large mixing basin.
- Combine corn syrup, melted butter, and vanilla essence in a small bowl. Shake vigorously with a fork until everything is well mixed.
- Stir the syrup mixture into the dry mixture. At first glance it may seem like the Totsy roll isn’t liquid enough to bring the dough together, but keep going. Using your hands, knead the mixture for a few minutes. Eventually, the powder will become chocolatey and smooth. Roll the dough into a round disc.
- Cut the dough into 1/2 inch pieces using a sharp knife. Wrap a bit of it in a long, thin rope. Make 1-inch tootsie rolls out of the rope. Place the sliced tootsie on a baking sheet or cooling rack to cool. Repeat until you have around 30 tootsie rolls. Refrigerate the tootsie rolls for one hour, or until firm. Wrap the tootsie in 3 1/2 inch × 2 1/2 inch square parchment or wax paper.