Caramel is an eternal sweet flavour, whether you are making it yourself from condensed milk or buying it as an ingredient in a dessert, cake or pie there are a wide range of ways to incorporate caramel into your diet.
Biscuit base, yummy caramel in the middle and chocolate on top - what could be better! This caramel slice has coconut in the base.
Try these easy to make bananas - only three ingredients! Great on their own, but even better over vanilla ice cream or with pancakes.
This is a great looking swirly chocolate caramel cake. To make it suitable for my son who is lactose intolerant I use margarine instead of butter and lactose free milk but you could also use soy.
A rich complex bitter-sweet chocolate cake which is simple to make and always loved by all. A lovely gluten-free treat.
This recipe came about by accident from the very first time I attempted to make this delicious sweet treat. I couldn't get my hands on corn syrup like the original recipe called for so winged it by subbing other ingredients in. After a couple of goes I managed to get everything quite right and the recipe no longer needed baking making it a much quicker recipe to make.
Yum....not more I can say about this one!! Makes 2 large catering size slices or 2 very full tarts.
A delicious custard pudding with a caramel sauce. This is served in individual ramekins - the perfect dinner party dessert.
This is a delicious caramel-like cream sauce called Dulce de Leche. You can eat it by itself or serve it over fruit or ice cream.
This recipe is named after Sir Peter Snell because it went so fast!!! It has been passed down through my family and is simply delicious! (Sorry there is no picture, I was meaning to take one but it had all gone before I got there)
One of my mum's best recipes. We used to call it a Skite Cake but now I think everyone knows it as a Caramel Slice. She would ice it with chocolate icing.