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Better Than Sex Cake

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
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ready in: 1-2 hrs
serves/makes:   8
  

recipe id: 12782
Better Than Sex Cake Recipe
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ingredients

1 box German chocolate cake mix plus ingredients to prepare
7 ounces sweetened condensed milk
6 ounces caramel sauce
8 ounces frozen non-dairy whipped topping, thawed
8 Heath toffee candy bars, crushed

directions

Bake cake in 9 by 13-inch cake pan, as directed on box. Let it cool slightly and poke little holes in the top of the cake with a pencil. Dribble sweetened condensed milk and caramel sauce over cake.

Let stand for over an hour until the cake has completely cooled. Frost with whipped topping and sprinkle crushed candy bars over that. Refrigerate.

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nutrition

461 calories, 16 grams fat, 77 grams carbohydrates, 4 grams protein per serving.
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Member since: July 15, 2013
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Been making this cake for years. Even those who balk at making desserts from mixes love it. It's addicting.



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This is the type of cake that tastes moist and homemade due to the addition or the caramel sauce and the fluffy whipped topping. The crunchy topping adds texture and interest to this simple-to-make cake. You can make this cake with other crushed candy bars of your choice or skip the crunchy topping and sprinkle mini chocolate bits on top for appearance and taste.



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Shame on you for posting this recipe! Do you know how many pounds I'm going to gain now that I've made this and can't stop eating it? LOLOL! Thank you - it's amazing. And so simple. Which could be a bad thing since it might mean I'll be making it frequently. Only change I made was to use a dark chocolate cake because the store didn't have german chocolate.



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My only regret when I brought this to our office party was only making one cake. It was gone almost instantly. Everyone thought it was incredible.



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So, my only complaint is about the directions. A pencil? Please - use a straw or chopstick, not a pencil! Now that is out of the way, this cake is freaking amazing! Yes, it's made from a bunch of mixes and cans and stuff that's not good for you and probably totally unnatural but if you want to hear ooooohs and ahhhhhs from everyone eating it with their eyes rolling back in their heads, then this is the dessert.



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Definitely one of the best desserts ever! I used devils food cake mix and it was amazing! so rich but yummy!



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OMG!!! I don't like to bake but I was going to a picnic and they told me to bring desert. I saw this recipe and it looked simple. I had to give the recipe to 5 people at the picnic. This was awesome



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Reading the reviews I decided to skip the chocolate chips and use chocolate syrup instead. After making it and eating some I definitely recommend that because the chocolate chips would be very hard to bite into since this is chilled. It's delicious and SOOOOOOOO rich so serve it in small portions (except to chocoholics like my husband who practically ate half the pan!)



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So easy to make and absolutely delicious! I just buy the bag of Heath bar bits in the baking aisle. Even better on day 2 if it lasts that long.



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I used to make this cake using chocolate sweetened condensed milk but I can't find that anymore. It's also good with the regular milk. I might try mixing some chocolate syrup into the milk next time to see if that gets close.



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Member since: October 2, 2012
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I put holes into the cake with a funnel. I mix the caramel and sweetened condensed milk.
I pour that into the holes, all around the cake.
I use Cool Whip and top it off with 8- Skor candy bars.
(I put the Skor candy bars in a plastic bag and use a baking mallet to crunch them into tiny pieces).
Sprinkle it on top of the cake. Put into the refrigerator until ready to use.
I made them for work an a 13 X 9 cake be gone in 15 minutes.



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this cake is so easy and it is so good. the kids love it!!