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Been doing this for years! My mother taught it to me! Unopened can of condensed milk + 8 hours on low (completely submerged in water) in the crock pot + cool down in the fridge = Caramel! This is the best caramel I've ever had, let alone made! 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 !

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!!!

Wendy's Frosty: 1 can condensed milk, 1/2 gal chocolate milk, 8 oz cool whip....

from Mom Loves Baking

Chocolate Turtle Poke Cake

If you're a fan of chocolate turtles, you'll love this cake. It's ooey, gooey good & easy to make using Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk limited edition flavors - caramel & chocolate! #SweetenYourSeason, #IC #ad

OMG best. Thing. I've. Ever. Pinned. 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mixed bake10 mins in oven on 350* to make edible glitter.

from The Best Blog Recipes

Caramel Banana Cream Pie

This Caramel Banana Cream Pie recipe from Aimee over at Like Mother Like Daughter has a delicious graham cracker crust, followed by a caramel layer, topped by banana pudding AND whipped cream!

Make soft, chewy caramels from scratch...in the microwave! No stove or candy thermometer needed!

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.

from Taste of Home

Creamy Caramel Flan

Creamy Caramel Flan Great dessert for your Cinco de Mayo feast. If you're unfamiliar with flan, think of it as a tasty variation on custard. One warning, though—it's very filling. A small slice of flan goes a long way!