I was just wondering if anyone knew if I could make caramel drip down a cake like you can do chocolate? And if it's possible what kind of caramel do you use? Any advice is appreciated! TIA
You might try caramel ice cream topping. Heat it a little in the microwave to thin it so it will drip. Hope that helps!
I was lurking here hoping someone would give you a perfect recipe. I did find something close on
http://www.onceuponaplate1.com/2008/09/salted-caramel-apple-cake-with-toasted.html. This site recommends blending Kraft carmels and cream in a microwave.
I make it from scratch. The higher the temp, the thicker it becomes. This makes you able to manipulate the outcome. My recipe is in a cookbook and is copyrighted, but any good recipe can be adjusted.
The new recipe I use is in Sugarbaby, by Gesine Bullock-Prado. This is a great book and she brings so many new perspectives to classic recipes.
My caramel recipe is pretty popular on here...