These are similar to caramel brownies, but made with a yellow or vanilla cake mix instead, and white chocolate chips are added. I know I made these when Andrea and I were living with Rob and Lorena, and everyone really liked them, but I don't think I've made them sense. I randomly thought of them the other night and thought they deserved a post.
1 pkg. butter cake mix or yellow (the moist ones are the best. I’ve used vanilla before as well)
1/3 c. oil
1 pkg. chocolate chips
1 c. white chocolate chips
Mix all these ingredients and put half of it in a cake pan and spread it
around then bake at 350 degrees for 10 min.
While cooking above cake mixture, put these ingredients in a saucepan:
1 sq. butter or margarine (I do half this much—tastes the same!)
32 caramels unwrapped (I've even used caramel sauce when I didn't have caramels)
1 can sweetened condensed milk (I use fat-free if I have it—no difference in taste)
Stir until all melted. Don’t let it scorch.
Pour over cake crust and dollop the rest of cake mixture on top and
continue baking for 25 more minutes or until starting to get golden brown.
Don’t overbake. (it’s the saddest thing if you do)
Side note: They're really good frozen...weird I know, but I also love frozen cookies, so...