Monday, April 4, 2011


When the new caramel Milky Way candy bar appeared in stores I was ecstatic.  I always liked the regular Milky Way candy, for its smooth silky taste (although everybody else considered me a fool, preferring Snickers). The new caramel Milky Way, is actually an improvement, and the reason why is simply the caramel itself.  Years ago when I was small, you could get those individually wrapped caramels which were good, but caramel by itself is not as good as when mixed with or put over something, like cake or pudding.

I like caramel on vanilla ice cream, and often make an easy caramel sauce. It is wonderful on bread or rice puddings, or cinnamon raisin toast too.

Caramel Sauce    makes about ¾ cup

½ stick (2 ounces or 4 tablespoons) butter
¼ cup dark brown sugar
¼ cup regular granulated sugar
¼ cup heavy cream

Put all the ingredients in a saucepan, stirring well
Bring to a boil over medium heat while stirring
When it starts to boil, stop stirring and let boil for 2 minutes
Remove from heat and let cool
Keep it covered, do not refrigerate unless not using for 24 hours

Keep this simple treat in mind to enhance many desserts.


Tony Payne said...

Ahh this looks and sounds really good.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for letting me know about the new candy!
I'm gladly following your blog thanks to the A to Z challenge.

Sarah Naveen said...

yummy yumm!!

Mara Nash said...

Oh yum!

Unknown said...

I love caramel sauce on apples!

Sidney said...

This looks scrumptious, elegant, and borderline healthy. Thanks, Anthony. I look forward to your next posts!

the Junkie book said...

omg one of my fave sauces...i make it too and oh wow it's heaven!

Better is Possible said...

Yum and perfect timing. It's a grandchild's birthday this weekend and this will be a balance between health and yumminess!

James Christopher Sheppard said...

Oh. My. I need to eat that picture immediately!

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