final product :)Well, we tried to make this three different times, and the third time was successful :). Noah wanted honey quesadillas, and so we played around with the recipe until everyone thought it was delicious. We tried to first make our own corn tortillas, but they were a little thick, so we used flour instead. Our caramel sauce was too hard at first, and by the third try we got sauce rather than caramel candy :). Notice how the caramel gets lighter every time. And our filling became progressively sweeter with each attempt, but by the third try it was honey-ey and delicious. Aaron and I gave them a 9, Noah gave them a perfect 10, and Owen gave them an 8. Here's what Noah and I came up with:
4 T cream cheese, softened
4 T honey (more or less depending on desired sweetness)
3/4 c sugar
1/4 c water
2 T butter
1/2 c cream
2 T honey
Beat together the cream cheese and honey, tasting as you go. Spread the cream cheese mixture on the tortillas, and toast them on both sides.
Caramelize the sugar and water together, then when the sugar is a light amber, add in the butter and cream and honey, stirring until the sauce comes together.