Caramel is probably the easiest dessert to make. A typical caramel is made from butter, sugar, cream, salt and vanilla. Cook it a little longer and you can make dark caramel or throw in some salt, and you can enjoy salted caramel sauce.
It takes only five ingredients and just ten minutes to make this delight. And there are abundant ways to elevate this cooked sugar mixture, from custards to cakes to puddings there’s so much to do with caramel.
Here are ten ways you can use caramel.
Cake meets custard with a Thai twist. This is one dessert recipe you must have in your arsenal.
This fusion recipe of apple and pizza and cream cheese means business. This one is for the daring dessert lovers out there.
Caramel takes a different form in the sugar cake. With a soft and moist cake and creamy filling, this dessert will be your new favourite.
Upside cakes are hard to make, but the effort is so worth it in the end. The caramel and apple make a fantastic pairing and each bite will want you to ask for another.
No one says chocolate can’t be improved, all you need is a sprinkle of love and a load of caramel sauce. This cookie is crunchy on the outside and ooey-gooey on the inside.