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Homemade Crockpot Caramel Dip Recipe

Who would have guessed that you could have Homemade Crockpot Caramel Dip in one easy step? Check out this tasty recipe! crockpot caramel dip

I am all about shortcuts…in case you couldn’t tell.  Recipes that are easy, and help me save money are the best.  This one does both.

I love caramel sauce, for everything from apples, to ice cream.  It can be pricey at the store and a pain to make in the kitchen.

Imagine my surprise when I found out that you can make homemade caramel in one easy step…in your crockpot. It doesn’t get much easier than this Crockpot Caramel Dip folks.

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Place a can of Sweetened Condensed Milk in your crockpot and cover it with water.  Cook it on high for 4 hours.  That is it!

Shut off the crockpot after 4 hours and allow the can to cool completely!

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When you open the can you will be met by this golden creamy delicious caramel sauce.  I used mine for some apples, and then put the rest in a container in the fridge.

The caramel dip at the store costs almost $4, while a can of Sweetened Condensed Milk costs $1.25.  So if you are saving money vs. buying the pre-made stuff at the store.   Plus, did I mention that this tastes WAY better?!

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8 Comments

  1. In college I worked at a chain restaurant that made a delicious Caramel Pie. This is basically how they made it (much bigger cans, though), dumped it into a graham cracker crust, then after it cooled (and firmed up) it was topped with whipped cream, pecans & chocolate chips. So yummy and popular. I never thought about making it in the crock pot but I sure will now! Thanks for this!

  2. Hi Amanda ! I woner can you do this home made dulce de leche with coconut milk and sugar using your own home made condensed coconut milk? How to’s plese !!!!!! Thanks

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