Well, as you can see, I’m still in Halloween Party mode and as Halloween gets closer & closer, my treats are getting easier, faster and more doable! But they’re still every bit as delish and fun! Take these very fun Caramel Apple Pie Jello Shots, for instance…
I can’t wrap my head around it – some people call it Caramel Sauce, others Butterscotch. But they’re all talking about a rich, delicious, luscious sauce.
For a while, Dulce de Leche was virtually unknown in much of the States until it became all the rage years ago. If you’ve never had it, Dulce de Leche is rich, spoonable caramelly goodness and you buy it, usually in a can. Dulce de Leche can be used in all kinds of ways, but here Dulce de Leche is spread on top of a cheesecake base for these delish Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Bars. Oh, yes, please! Finish these with a sprinkle of Fleur de Sel to add a bit of spark. Umhmm!
What goes better with Cajun or Creole cuisine (you might want to see my post on 45 recipes for a Mardi Gras Party) than Bananas Foster? Or Bread Pudding? There’s no need to choose just one because now you can have the ultimate mash-up of both when you make this easy Bananas Foster Bread Pudding.
Salted Caramel – while the name evokes a gourmet treat (and it is) it always makes me want to snort just a little. Make caramel sauce and add a little salt. I know it’s fantastic, but people seem to just go nuts over the name! Anyway, salted or not, you just can’t beat a rich, luscious home-made caramel sauce.