Caramel Caves


Sometimes simple is a good thing, this recipe might not be that innovative but it does have simplicity.

Oven temperature: 175°C Oven Time: 12 – 15 minutes

Ingredients:

200 grams of butter

1 deciliter of sugar

1 tablespoon of vanilla sugar

4 ½ deciliters of wheat flour

1 teaspoon of baking soda

Filling ingredients:

200 grams of butter

1 deciliter of light syrup

2 deciliters of sugar

4 tablespoons of cocoa

  1. Mix the butter, sugar and the vanilla sugar. Then add the flour and the baking soda and mix again.
  2. Form small orbs from the dough that you put in paper liners. (Theoretically I think it might work with our paper liners tough I have never actually done so myself, so I’m not sure.) Use your thumb / small spoon or knuckle to make “road bumps” in the middle of the orbs.
  3. Put everything on a tray and then put the tray in the middle of the oven in 175°C  for about 12 – 15 minutes
  4. Let the cakes cool down and then make the filling. To make the filling just boil all the ingredients for about 2 minutes (stir properly during that time.)
  5. Then you play the waiting game again, the filling should be warm when you pour it over the rod bumps, but not too warm so it melts the cakes and not to cold so it becomes too solid.
They look a bit blue in this picture, but in real life that is obviously not the case…

They look a bit blue in this picture, but in real life that is obviously not the case…

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4 comments on “Caramel Caves

  1. Jack Flacco says:

    Another great recipe! Perfect translation 😉

  2. mydearbakes says:

    Great recipe! Thanks for sharing! =D

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