Salted Caramel Brownies
PREP TIME CAN VARY DEPENDING ON HOW
YOU DECIDE TO DO THE CARAMEL. IT
WILL TAKE ABOUT 2 1/2 HOURS TO
CARAMELIZE THE CONDENSED MILK. I
DO THIS A DAY AHEAD.
|1 can(s)||sweetened condensed milk, caramelized|
|2 Tbsp||brown sugar corn syrup (can use light corn syrup)|
|1 c||heavy cream|
|1 tsp||fleur de sel|
|1/4 c||sour cream|
|1 1/4 c||all purpose flour|
|1 tsp||sea salt|
|2 Tbsp||dark unsweetened cocoa powder|
|11 oz||quality dark chocolate, coarsely chopped|
|1 c||unsalted butter|
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|1 1/2 c||sugar|
|1/2 c||firmly packed light brown sugar|
|5||eggs, room temperatrue|
|2 tsp||pure vanilla extract|
|1 1/2 tsp||fleur de sel (this is a coarse salt, see note below) if unable to find, use a coarse sea salt|
|1 tsp||coarse sugar|
|note: check these places to order the fleur de sel: spicesage.com, iherb.com, www.williams-sonoma.com, www.amazon.com, www.igourmet.com|
Ever had a craving and you had to satify that craving or die?? Well, I've had that craving for some salted caramel and chocolate! Not a big choclate fan but when I want chocolate, well, I want chocolate!!!
I found a recipe or 2 online and played with the ingredients and came up with this spectacular brownie that has met all my cravings!!! Only a few changes; one was the addition of caramelized milk and I used brown sugar karo instead of light karo. Brown sugar karo just sounded right to me.
inspired from Bake for Happy Kids Blog. What a fitting name don't you think? Enjoy!
Sweet and salty at its best! This recipe is rather labor intensive, but the decadent result is so worth it.
Simmer or light boil for 2 to 2 1/2 hours, topping off with water as needed. NOTE: Be careful and don’t allow water to dry out; can could explode.
Remove from heat and cool thoroughly before opening. DO NOT open the can while its still hot. The condensed milk should be thick and a nice caramel color.
You can do this a day ahead.
Prepare 9 x 13-inch baking pan with bakers choice spray or butter. Line bottom of pan with parchment paper. Lightly spray parchment paper with bakers choice or lightly butter; set aside.