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Unopened can of condensed milk + 8 hours on low (completely submerged in water) in the crock pot + cool down in the fridge = Caramel! Other pinners say this is the best caramel they've ever had, and it's so easy! Need to try this!

Caramel in Crockpot: One un-opened can of sweetened condensed milk. Take the paper off. Place the unopened can in a crock-pot. Completely submerge tin water. Cook on the 'low' setting for 8 hours (lid on). Take the can out. Keep unopened. Dry it off & let cool down in the fridge for at least 2 hours before opening. Cooling the can is the key. You will have delicious caramel to dip apples in, drizzle on desserts... Enjoy !

Caramel Apple Grapes...They taste JUST like little mini caramel apple bites!

I cant believe I didnt not know about Banoffee Pie!! Or that boiling a sealed can of condensed milk will make the most amazing runny toffee!! I. Must. Make. This!!!

OH. MY. GOSH. Best soft caramel recipe EVER! 1 C. Brown Sugar 1/2 cup butter 1 C. light Karo syrup 1 can sweetened condensed milk It really is that simple.

Millionaire Bars (dessert with condensed milk)

crock pot bread

Inject some food coloring into lemons and they completely change colors! Fun for a party!!

easy pot roast in crock pot.

A friend said "I am completely obsessed with this bread. I've made 5 loaves already!" This is insanely easy - it literally took 2 minutes to stir together the dough - let it sit overnight and then bake.

stove top + sour cream chicken = easy crock pot dinner! Yum!

How to turn Sweetened Condensed Milk into caramel

Easy.. Pesto Ranch Crock Pot Chicken

Copycat Recipe: Orange Julius 1 can (6 ounces) frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed 1 cup milk 1 cup water 1/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 10 to 12 ice cubes

caramel made from sweetened condensed milk in crockpot... dip for apples... toss with popcorn...and so on...

Starbucks Recipes for almost every drink they have. this is going to save me hundreds hahaha

Bechemel or White Sauce: Stop using canned soups for your dishes and casseroles. This is less expensive (butter, flour and whole milk) and you can control salt/seasonings. Works as a base for many recipes. Importantly: Tastes Better!


Sprite and gummy bears...