Caramel Chip Bars
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling Bake: 25 min. + cooling
This recipe was originally meant for the 18.25 oz cake mix. Unfortunately, cake mix sizes have been reduced to 15.5 oz. So, if you want to make this awesome bar and keep all the other original ingredients the same…. buy two boxes of cake mix. Pour one box in a container with a lid. Pour the other box in your mixing bowl and then take 6 TBS of cake mix from the container you poured the extra cake mix into and add it to your mixing bowl and you will have the same amount as a 18.25 oz cake mix. Now the recipe will work beautifully. And you'll now have extra powdered cake mix in your container to use for future recipes which call for the 18.25 oz cake mix.
Stubborn, a heath bar is equivalent to a skor bar.
Sounds delicious but what is a Heath candy bar. What kind of bar would it be equivalent to in Canada?
Awesome! I replaced some of the chocolate chips with butterscotch and didn't do the 3 cups of chips, maybe about 2 and it was plenty sweet enough.
Excellent!!! I substituted the vanilla chips with peanut butter chips. Great flavor combo!
this is my absolute favorite desert. everyone loves it and wants me to make it at all of the gatherings. If you like chocolate and caramel together, then you will love this.
The BEST bars i have ever had in my life!
Way too much caramel, outside was hard and the middle was too gooey.
These are without a doubt the BEST bars I've ever made!! My family begs me to make these all the time and they're always the first thing requested at gatherings. Easy to make but a little time consuming. Definately worth it!!!
Super yummy. Will be one of my favorites.Easy to make. Kraft comes out with CaramelBits that are round and easy to melt. No more unwrapping the caramels.:)