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Butterfinger Cake

Post by GoodBoy » Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:57 pm

Very easy to make and very good.

2 regular butterfingers or 1 "giant" sized

1 devils food cake mix , prepared per box instructions

1 bottle caramel Ice Cream topping

1 can sweetened condensed milk

1 large tub Cool Whip

Bake the cake per instructions on box

while cake is still hot, mix all of the sweetened condensed milk and caramel topping together.

Poke holes all over the cake with a fork and pour mixture over it, spread it completely over the cake

crumble 3/4th's butterfinger on top. stick in refrigerator and wait till completely cool

Spread cool whip and top and crumble remaining butterfinger on top.

Go into a sugar coma... enjoy!

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Post by LandLover » Sat Sep 06, 2008 9:40 pm

You aint kidding about the sugar coma!!
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Post by GoodBoy » Sat Sep 06, 2008 10:26 pm

It's also known as "Better than sex "cake but there are different recipes under the same name.. and I kinda loathe that name lol.

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Re: Butterfinger Cake

Post by ToBeannounced » Sat Sep 06, 2008 10:59 pm

GoodBoy wrote:Very easy to make and very good.

2 regular butterfingers or 1 "giant" sized

1 devils food cake mix , prepared per box instructions

1 bottle caramel Ice Cream topping

1 can sweetened condensed milk

1 large tub Cool Whip

Bake the cake per instructions on box

while cake is still hot, mix all of the sweetened condensed milk and caramel topping together.

Poke holes all over the cake with a fork and pour mixture over it, spread it completely over the cake

crumble 3/4th's butterfinger on top. stick in refrigerator and wait till completely cool

Spread cool whip and top and crumble remaining butterfinger on top.

Go into a sugar coma... enjoy!

:laugh:

Any suggestions for cutting the sweetness? A dill pickle on the side?
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Post by tattulip » Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:22 am

A few years ago, my daughter was in some home ec type class (they call it something different now days but it's still home ec) anywho, she came home with a recipe for making whipped cream. I had never really thought of making it before and just always used Cool Whip. But it is so easy and SOOOO much tastier that I switched and am never going back!

:drool:

I am going to make that cake next time I have go to a family gathering.

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Post by ConsrvYank1 » Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:38 am

tattulip wrote:A few years ago, my daughter was in some home ec type class (they call it something different now days but it's still home ec) anywho, she came home with a recipe for making whipped cream. I had never really thought of making it before and just always used Cool Whip. But it is so easy and SOOOO much tastier that I switched and am never going back!

:drool:

I am going to make that cake next time I have go to a family gathering.
You gotta be kidding, a recipe for whipped cream? :laugh: All you do is mix it with a beater at high speed, adding powdered sugar and a little vanilla.

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Post by Pixie » Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:41 am

tattulip wrote:A few years ago, my daughter was in some home ec type class (they call it something different now days but it's still home ec) anywho, she came home with a recipe for making whipped cream. I had never really thought of making it before and just always used Cool Whip. But it is so easy and SOOOO much tastier that I switched and am never going back!


:drool:

I am going to make that cake next time I have go to a family gathering.
It's true! Until the first time you make whipped cream you have no idea how easy it is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yet, the taste is a WORLD apart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Pixie » Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:43 am

ConsrvYank1 wrote:
tattulip wrote:A few years ago, my daughter was in some home ec type class (they call it something different now days but it's still home ec) anywho, she came home with a recipe for making whipped cream. I had never really thought of making it before and just always used Cool Whip. But it is so easy and SOOOO much tastier that I switched and am never going back!

:drool:

I am going to make that cake next time I have go to a family gathering.
You gotta be kidding, a recipe for whipped cream? :laugh: All you do is mix it with a beater at high speed, adding powdered sugar and a little vanilla.
:lol: CY1!!!!!!!!

You're too funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!

She's just a child, of course the EC class is going to give a recipe for whipped cream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You're a cook, like I am, but most people aren't! :givehug:

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Post by GoodBoy » Sun Sep 07, 2008 3:21 pm

You still have to watch Whipped Cream to make sure you don't make butter by mistake. When I was a baker.. I did it by starting another recipe and I let it go just a bit too long. My then boss said, "This is the most expensive butter we've ever had"

Good thing is, it can still be used.

I wonder how it would taste if you used a teaspoon or so of rum in the whipped topping or the caramel/milk mix?

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Post by Pixie » Sun Sep 07, 2008 3:36 pm

It sounds DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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