I had a children's program today that included making popcorn balls with a mixture of butter and marshmallows. I kept the marshmallow mixture warm in a crockpot while the kids were doing crafts, and during the 2 hour program, it caramelized very nicely.
Now I have about 2 cups leftover of taffy-like gooey caramel. What can I do with it? Cook it further and make nut brittle? It's very sticky at this point, tastes wonderful, and can pull your fillings out if you take too big a bite. Would it get hard if I cook it more? Or would whipping it make some other kind of dessert?