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Day 9 Crockpot Challenge Caramel Sauce

This is by far the fastest and easiest way to make a caramel sauce I have ever came across! Tonight is Friday night which in this family means dinner night out. However I am far to cheap to buy dessert on the same night ;o) so when I came across this recipe I of course had my doubts yet  was COMPLETELY intrigued! Get ready for pure simple goodness! Here is what you will need:


Yep that is it lol now here are the direction just in case. Simply take the can and remove the label. Don't open it ;OP and make sure it is not a pop-top can.Put it on a small plate because it will leave a rust ring if you do not. Fill with water and turn on low for 8 hours. It will need 3 hours to cool so if you don't have time then start it the evening before :O) it will keep just fine in a container.


DaffysDoll said…
I'm going to have to give this a try. Thanks!

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