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Better Than Sex Cake

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This Cake is soooooooo yummy! It was a hit at my work meeting.

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Ingredients

  • INGREDIENTS
  • 1 box Devil’s Food Cake
  • 1 8-oz tub cool whip
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 bottle caramel ice cream topping
  • 1 package Heath bar pieces (found in the baking aisle by the chocolate chips)

Baking Instructions

  1. DIRECTIONS
  2. Cook Devil’s food cake in a 9 x 13 inch pan, according to package directions and let it cool.
  3. In a large bowl, combine caramel and sweetened condensed milk.
  4. Using the end of a wooden spoon, poke holes in the cake every couple of inches. Alternatively, you can use a fork to poke holes.
  5. Pour the caramel/sweetened condensed milk over the top of the cake so that it fills all of the holes.
  6. Spread Cool Whip over the top of the cake.
  7. Sprinkle Heath bar pieces on top.
  8. Enjoy! PS: Store leftovers in the refrigerator.

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Uniform Baking

Spread your brownie batter evenly for uniform baking, thickness and texture.


Add Color to your Glaze!

Add Color to your Glaze!

Sometimes a pure white or cream colored glaze is just so blah looking. Especially when you want more than just taste as appearance also counts. Try mixing food coloring and water together until you've found the color you would like! Reference is always on the back of any food color box anyway. Make your glaze and if it calls for water, use that amount to color with! Remember you don't need much. Experiment a little to get the color choice. Even white chocolate frost/glaze can be colored!





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