Caramel lends its salty and sweet flavor to these luscious cakes, pies, and more.
These indulgent bars are filled with toasted chopped pecans and semisweet chocolate morsels, and topped with a warm Caramel
Frosting. What more can you ask out of a brownie?
Enjoy tender coconut-pecan cake layers filled with pecan pie filling. The top and sides of the cake are spread with cream
cheese frosting and sprinkled with toasted coconut and pecans for an impressive (but super-easy) finish.
Praline lovers: This is your ice cream. Packed with crunchy bits of a homemade caramel crisp, this cream mixture has a caramel
flavor and caramel topping.
One bite of rich and gooey Caramel-Pecan Pie, and you’ll be thankful you tried this recipe.
These showy brownies are nice and tall, with pockets of soft caramel. They are wicked enough on their own, but for an over-the-top
dessert, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce.
These cupcakes may well be the ultimate in cupcake decadence with cream cheese and butter in the cake batter, a chocolate
toppping, and then a caramel-cream cheese frosting with flaked salt. You'll see that salt really does bring out the flavor
of the sweet.
Sautéed apple slices baked beneath the batter turn these special muffins into miniature apple upside-down cakes. The same
recipe also makes two luscious loaves of apple bread – perfect for fall picnics and tailgating.
Surprisingly easy to make, this pecan and caramel dessert recipe pairs the cookie-like crispness of shortbread with a buttery-rich
brown sugar-and-honey topping.
No rolling pin required for this company-worthy cobbler! Sauté the apples and pears in brown sugar and butter, then pour on
the crust and bake.
A deliciously sweet filling made with chocolate, peanut butter, and caramel is the perfect match for the salty crunch of an
over-the-rim pretzel crust. Pottery pie plates, like this pretty blue dish, vary in size and shape, so we don’t often use
them for baking – but they do make colorful serving pieces and most are large enough to hold a 9-inch glass pie plate.
Simple yet elegant, these sweet and salty confections are sure to impress your guests at a party. A hint of salt added to
melted caramel creates a wonderful flavor combination on top of one of summer’s best fruits. Cover with chopped mixed nuts
for an extra crunch and beautiful presentation.
Recipe: Salted Caramel Strawberries
More Strawberry Recipes
Caramel-Pecan-Pumpkin Bread Puddings are a great way to use the delicious, seasonal flavor of pumpkin. If you're short on
time (or dishes) you can make this recipe in a 13- x 9-inch casserole just as easily.
When you’re in the mood for cookies, try one of chocolate-filled, caramel-topped treats. They are easy to make, especially
with the head start of a cake mix. Serve with a cold glass of milk.
Don’t be intimidated by making custard; give it a water bath and you’re sure to have a delicious dessert for entertaining.
You’d never know it’s a light recipe.
Branch out and get creative with some of our favorite caramel apple toppings. Please note: We used Southern magnolia twigs; other branches may render the apples inedible. When in doubt, use craft sticks or large
A heavenly marriage of cheesecake and custard, Caramel-Cream Cheese Flan is sent to the table with effortless style. Sugar
is caramelized in a cake pan on the stovetop and then cooled and baked beneath a creamy layer of custard. After chilling,
the hardened caramel melts, covering the top and sides of the inverted flan.
Caramelized brown sugar and toasted pecans make an irresistible combination. Pour this mixture over a shortbread crust and
bake for delectable, chewy bars. They transport easily to take to a party or give as a gift.
Canned cranberry sauce adds tart, fruity flavor to this caramelized sugar-crusted custard. Garnish with fresh cranberries
with edible gold leaf. Order gold leaf online from surlatable.com, fancyflours.com, or goldleafcompany.com; a splurge worthwhile, it will last for years if stored in a dry place.