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Christmas is coming. Need to use up caramels. Got a recipe???

I bought caramels for halloween to do caramel covered apples, but never got around to it. Now money is very tight (Helped a relative in need) so I want to use the caramels when it comes to treats to give out, but I need some ideas. I’m making Chocolate Covered Pretzles(white and milk chocolate), Peanut Butter Balls, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Jan Hagel (an OLD family recipe, like a butter cookie), and Mexican Wedding Cakes. Any suggestions how to use up the caramels, cheaply???
OOOHHH!! Almost everything (except the MOO-boy down there) sounds so GOOD!!! Please keep the ideas coming!!! I’m writing as fast as I can!!!

16 Responses to Christmas is coming. Need to use up caramels. Got a recipe???

  • gemmyt says:

    Oh, yeah. Make Rice Krispie Balls.

    4 cups crispy rice cereal
    1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
    1 cup margarine
    30 individually wrapped caramels, unwrapped
    1 (16 ounce) package large marshmallows
    Line trays with waxed paper. Pour rice cereal into a shallow dish or bowl.
    In a double boiler, combine condensed milk, margarine and caramels. Cook, stirring, over simmering water, until melted and smooth.
    Using tongs or two forks, dip marshmallows one at a time into caramel mixture, then roll in rice cereal. Place on waxed paper until set.

    These always go first off of my Christmas trays!

  • mitchellsakowski says:


  • SarahF says:

    Make turtles, just melt the caramel over pecans,let them harden then dip them in melted chocolate.

  • ste w says:


  • tumbleweed1954 says:

    Just eat it plain. Ummm!

  • Jillary D says:

    make candy christmas houses and use them as bricks

  • nottashygirl says:

    Melt them and drizzle over your butter cookies, or chocolate chip cookies. Add a little solid shortening to the caramels, put in a ziploc, and microwave. Cut the tip off the bag, and drizzle away.

  • superchar says:

    I have a good one..If you have metal cookie cutters (pref. Christmas shapes), then grease them and put them on a baking pan and arrange some unwrapped caramels inside the cookie cutters. Bake for like 10 minutes and you will get caramel in the cute shapes. You can also do this with mint candies. Happy holidays 🙂

  • ncgville says:

    Buy a box of very moist chocolate brownie mix; make the brownies as normal, melt the caramels in a small pan over the stove and about 5 or so minutes before you would take the brownies out because they are done drizzle the caramel over the top…this will allow the caramel to stay on the top instead of sinking into the mixture and makes a really pretty tastey brownie too.

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  • babydoll says:

    Roll the caramels into balls and roll in cocoa powder and/or chopped nuts.

  • G says:

    Try this recipe and everyone will love it!
    Crunchy Carmel Apple Pie

    Ingredients for the Pie
    1 pastry crust for a deep-dish pie 9-inch (homemade or store-bought)
    1/2 cup sugar
    3 Tbsp. all-purpose flour
    1 tsp. ground cinnamon
    1/8 tsp salt
    6 cups thinly sliced peeled apples (You may need more if your family sits by the bowl and sneaks the sliced applies when you are not looking) Marsha likes to use golden delicious and fuji apples.
    1 recipe crumb topping (see below)
    1/2 cup chopped pecans
    1/4 cup caramel topping
    1 oz. of TLC (tender, loving care – see Marsha’s love story below)

    Ingredients for the Crumb Topping

    1 cup packed brown sugar
    1/2 cup all-purpose flour
    1/2 cup quick cooking rolled oats
    1/2 cup butter

    Directions for the Crumb Topping
    Directions for Crumb Topping: 1. Stir together brown sugar,flour, rolled oats.

    2. Cut in 1/2 cup butter until topping is like course crumbs. Set aside.

    Directions for the Pie

    1. In a large mixing bowl, stir together the sugar, flour, cinnamon and salt.

    2. Add apple slices and gently toss until coated.

    3. Transfer apple mixture to the pie shell (I remove the store-bought pie shell from the aluminum pie plate and transfer it to a 9-inch pie plate of my own, but you do not have to.)

    4. Sprinkle crumb topping over apple mixture.

    5. Place pie on a cookie sheet so the drippings don’t drop into your oven.

    6. Cover edges of pie with aluminum foil.

    7. Bake in a preheated 375 oven for 25 minutes. Then remove foil and put back in for another 25 to 30 minutes without foil.

    8. Remove from oven. Sprinkle pie with chopped pecans then drizzle with caramel on top.

    9. Cool on a wire rack and enjoy warm or at room temperature.

  • I'm his princess says:

    Why not make the caramel apples still? Just let the caramel harden and then dip into chocolate and then maybe nuts or drizzle with white chocolate. We have a customer here at work that always give us huge apples with layers of chocolate and caramel that his wife makes. They are great!

  • sononobird says:

    coool can i invite me to eat with u caramel ?

  • sheri g says:

    OK, this is super easy and fun if you have kids, you will need;a bag of medium sized marshmallows, rice crispies, any kind of chocolate, and caramels. First put your rice crispies in a bowl for dipping, melt your caramels and your chocolate separately, dip the marshmallows in the chocolate, let harden, and then in the caramel, last in the rice crispies, these hold up well in winter because they can’t be stored in hot places, they fill up gift containers, and are delicious. If you want to make them look really great drizzle white chocolate over them after finished!

  • Jennifer says:

    Buy a box of Chocolate cake mix. (use 2 9 in pans) Poke holes in bottom cake and pour melted caramels over it sprinkle with chopped nuts. If you have enough do the same to the top but add icing before you sprinkle with nuts. (It’s called a Turtle Cake)

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