Chocolate and caramels make these Creamy Caramel Chocolate Brownies moist and tender. Add chocolate chips and nuts and they're fantastic!
Creamy Caramel Chocolate Brownies
by N. Noreen
, Burlington, MA on Jun. 2009
I made these for a cookout and everybody loved them. They were asking for the recipe. They are so easy to make and are delicious.
by c. corinna
, warren, AR on Jun. 2009
this is an great sweet snack. my kids and husband love them, so do I.... try it...
by J. Jan
, Blytheville, AR on Jun. 2009
I have made these several times, they are wonderful! People always ask for an encore!!
Easy to Make Carmel Brownies
by T. Tina
, Brandon, MS on May. 2009
One day I needed a fast recipes for something to take to work and I found this recipe. Using the premade cookie dough helps speed the process up so that I was not in the kitchen all night to have a great dessert.
by J. JUDY
, Brainerd, MN on Sep. 2008
I was looking for a quick easy recipe and this fit the bill. Took no time to make and my family loved them.
Creamy Caramel Treasure Brownies
by M. Mary
, Lakota, ND on Jan. 2007
Ooohhh so good. My daycare kids helped and thought they were a great treat. They already asked to make them again.
by V. VICKI
, EDINBURGH, IN on Jan. 2007
This was sooo easy! I substituted a plain caramel for the caramel treasures, which we all ready had on hand. Next time we make this, we'll roll them in chopped walnuts which we love more than pecans.
by A. Anna
, Lenoir City, TN on Oct. 2006
I took these to a church function and had several people ask for recipe. They couldn't believe how easy they were to make. I used regular brownie mix and used the mini-muffin pans with the liners. I cut the candy in half. Baked about 12-15 minutes. I also baked @350 instead of 325. This recipe is definitely a keeper.
by k. kim
, Mount Vernon, IN on Oct. 2006
I love these! A friend made them and I've been searching for the recipe. Can't wait to make them myself!
Creamy Caramel Treasure
by s. sabine
, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO on Sep. 2006
Delicious - my children ate 2 at a time and even offered to help the next time I was making "hidden treasures". Thank you for this great recipe.
Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
These cookies are something different and great for after school with a big glass of milk.
Chocolate Snappers are sweet and chocolatey. Everyone will love 'em!