Ever tried making your own caramel desserts? If not you've been missing a trick.
Sweet, yet salty, gooey, buttery deliciousness, caramel recipes are essential to have up your sleeve for when you need a popular dessert solution especially around Halloween and the fall and winter holidays.
Children and adults alike will all relish the sweet notes in a number of caramel recipes from crispy fried caramel apple to the classic creme caramel.
MEXICAN CREME CARAMEL
Known as flan de cajeta in Mexico, this decadent dessert features a creamy custard topped with a gorgeous amount of spun caramel.
CRISPY FRIED CARAMEL APPLE WEDGES
Try this Chinese recipe for crispy fried caramel apple wedges with some added zing from fresh mint. Get the recipe.
SOUS VIDE SALTED CARAMEL SAUCE
Always wanted to try making your own salted caramel sauce? Here's a sous vide recipe with techniques learnt at the Modernist Cuisine Cooking Lab.
STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING
Treat your taste buds to this scrumptious British dessert featuring small cakes made with dates and covered in caramel. Here is the recipe.
This classic treat of nuts tossed with hardened caramel is a very easy recipe you can make in a pinch.
DULCE DE LECHE
Learn how to make this delicious Latin American caramel sauce - the perfect blend of milk and sugar. It's great for drizzing on cakes, ice cream, and many other desserts.
CHOCOLATE, CARAMEL AND COFFEE CUSTARD AND YOGURT BISCUIT
Chef Andrea Berton, inspired by Nespresso's Ristretto, gave FDL this unusual adult chocolate cake recipe where the caramel balances out the coffee notes.
Not only the domain of dominant coffee chains you can easily blend up a frappuccino at home - all you need is ice, espresso, milk and caramel sauce. Try this recipe.
These dinky size treats are a great carnival or party food for when you want a bite-size sugary snack. Learn how to make them.
A great caramel pudding topped with winter fruits and winter fruits, apples, oranges, raspberries, topped with almonds.
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