Monday, May 13, 2013

Holy Cow Cake

****Warning If you are on a serious diet of any kind this recipe is not for you****
 
 
Ok this recipe ended up being a great recipe but it is HIGH in calories. I never actually saw or figured a total per serving but as I was going along I was reading labels and realizing this recipe is very bad for you but it's so darn good!!!
 
It's a recipe that a friend found on Facebook and wanted me to make so I did and I shared it with several people. It's pretty easy to make and not to difficult. I hope you enjoy!!
 
Ingredients:
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1 box of chocolate cake mix (made as directed)
1- 14oz can of sweetened condensed milk
8oz jar of caramel topping
1 bag of mini butterfingers (I did them then regular because they are cheaper) about 16 minis
1-8oz package cream cheese, softened
12oz tub of Cool Whip
 
Directions:
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First prepare and bake chocolate cake as directed on package.
 
 
While cake is baking blend caramel and sweetened condensed milk.
 
 
After removing cake from oven, use a skewer or fork ( I used a chopstick for bigger hole) to poke holes into the top of the cake.
 
 
Pour caramel mixture over warm cake. Don't worry if it looks like it all pools along edges. I just took a spoon and scooped it back to the center and as the cake sits it absorbs the mixture into the cake.
 
 
Crush candy bars and sprinkle half of them over the warm cake. Chill in the refrigerator.
 
 
 
 
Mix together cream cheese and Cool Whip until well blended and spread over the cooled cake.
 
 
Sprinkle with remaining candy and Enjoy! Refrigerate leftovers. 







3 comments:

  1. This has been a family recipe of ours for a long time! It is super good, but everyone needs a little treat every once in a while right?

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    1. Exactly!!!! Food was made to enjoy!! :)

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  2. Definitely a recipe to try! Looks wonderful!

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