Caramel, Recipes, Spoonable -

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It's not just about the ice cream anymore, folks! Here’s how we're using Spoonable's Spicy Chili Caramel and original Salty Caramel in their Pretzel Paradise Recipe:


1 cup of Pretzels, crushed

6 tbsp Butter, melted

1 jar of Spoonable Caramel

3 oz Chocolate Chips


Crush the pretzels in your food processor. You’re looking to make crumbs. Add melted butter and mix in the processor until thoroughly blended. It won’t seem like it’s holding together, that’s ok.

Put the mixture into a pie plate and press it flat with fingers or the bottom of your caramel jar or your measuring cup. Bake at 400 for 7 minutes. Let cool.

Pour the jar of sauce (We used Spicy Chili!) onto the crust. It pooled in the middle for me so I used a silicone spatula to gently spread it. Bake at 400 for 5 minutes.

Distribute the chocolate chips as evenly as possible over the entire pie. Because the caramel is hot it may look like you need to add more chips but it’s just because they’re melting - so work quickly! Bake at 400 for 45 SECONDS (longer than that you risk burnt chocolate). Spread the now melted chocolate evenly across the pie. Decorate with pretzels. Really press them into the chocolate or they may pop off when you’re cutting the finished product.

Cool until it’s safe to chill in the refrigerator. Refrigerate at least until it’s cooled through. Remove from the refrigerator for a few minutes before cutting to make the chocolate easier to slice through. Cut or break up.

Git' Some

In case you didn’t know, Spoonable is handcrafted in Brooklyn by caramel connoisseur Michelle Lewis. She blends the finest local and organic butter, cream and sugar to create a salty-sweet sensation.

Can't decide on a flavor? Neither can we. So we're trying them all! Spoonable's great sauces come in one charming box full of minis, including: Classic Salty Caramel, Brooklyn Butterscotch, Chewy Sesame Caramel, Spicy Chili Caramel. Flowery Lavender Caramel, and Peppered Orange Caramel. Get Yours Today.



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