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- Salted Caramel Apple Galette [Vegan]
- These salted caramel apple galettes are warm, gooey, delicious, and loaded with apples. What more can you really ask for? This dessert is arguably better than traditional caramel apples because it's less messy.
- Caramel Pecan Pie Cheesecake
- I'm almost always craving more than one thing at a time. So when I couldn't decide between baking pecan pie, and making a raw cashew cheesecake, I put them together in to one incredible frankenstein cake. Do not wait a day to make the caramel sauce!
- Gluten-free salted caramel banana cream pie
- You can, if you like, top the custard layer with sweetened whipped cream and refrigerate for at least an hour before adding the caramel topping, or simply serve it on the side.
- Caramel Apple Pie
- By adding just one additional ingredient (the heavy cream) to a traditional apple pie filling, this dessert becomes a glorious gooey caramel apple pie.
- Monkey Bread With Salted Caramel Sauce
- Over at Deliciously Yum, Kathi is baking a scratch-made monkey bread with salted caramel sauce. (We knew that would get your attention!) She claims that making dough from scratch is really not that difficult.
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