Chocolate cake mix, evaporated milk and caramels make these the most moist and tender brownies this side of paradise. Add chocolate chips and chopped nuts and you'll think you've already arrived!
Chocolate Carmel Brownie Bar
by S. Susan
, Milwaukee, WI on Jun. 2010
I took these on a scouting trip and they were demolished in seconds with everyone wanting more.
by S. Susan
, Melbourne, FL on Jun. 2010
There is something about the delectable combination of chocolate,caramel,and nuts. You can't beat it!
LOOKS & TASTE GOOD!
by S. SARAH
, Denver, CO on Apr. 2010
MY DAUGHTER LOVED THESE AND THEY ALSO MAKE A QUICK NO MESS SNACK
by L. LISA
, Minnesota on Apr. 2010
These brownies are very rich. So rich it was easy for us to just have one and save them for later. Definitely need a glass of milk with these.
by C. Carol
, East Dubuque, IL on Apr. 2010
These bars are so good and were a huge hit with my family and coworkers. I am often asked to make these for get togethers and potlucks.
CHOCOLATE CARAMEL BROWNIES
by T. Tammy
, Lees Summit, MO on Apr. 2010
DELICIOUS! LOVED THIS RECIPE
by G. GINA
, Winfield, IL on Apr. 2010
I've tried these, they are the most delicious, decadent brownies i've ever tasted!!!
by J. Julie
, GRAND BLANC, MI on Mar. 2010
I have been making this recipe for quite awhile. Try this next time; use a German chocolate cake mix and the flavor will be wonderful! Also, since I am allergic to walnuts I use chopped peanuts and the saltiness gives the recipe a little added something. You won't be sorry you tried these!
by M. Marianne
, Cherry Hill, NJ on Mar. 2010
How could you go wrong with Chocolate and Caramel???
by W. W
, PARIS, TN on Mar. 2010
Delicious and Easy
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