Caramel Pecan Brownies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
Oh. My. Word.These are so good, they should come with a warning.Very easy to amend to your taste (skip pecans, use milk chocolate chips, etc.) The German Chocolate cake gives the brownie a flavor of "salted caramel".They freeze beautifully and ship really well too.Pure Bliss. Worth every calorie.
<p>Made this twice and both times they came out good. First time I had trouble with the caramels, I had a hard time getting them to melt , it was clumpy. The second time I microwaved them longer and turned out great. I also greased and lined the pan with wax-paper and greased that because the first time they stuck to the pan and was hard to cut at the edges.</p>
Love this recipe but I substitute salter peanuts for the pecans. It always goes fast.. Reminds many of snickers
Wonderful! The most difficult part is unwrapping the caramels. I took some to work and everyone wanted the recipe.
I make this often and is a big favorite. I line the pan with foil before greasing and dusting with cocoa powder. Then refridgerate to chill it, so I can just lift it from the pan and peel away the foil to cut more easily. Otherwise, they are very gooey and restick back together.Also a dark chocolate type cake mix tastes great too!
Super fast and easy and delicious!!!!
Very rich and sweet. Next time I will try it with ice cream. Yummy.