Try our caramel recipes. Check out how to make homemade caramel sauce to add in to caramel cake, caramel tarts and other sweet treats.
Looking for the perfect salted caramel sauce recipe? We’ve got an easy one here to add to your favourite baking recipes and create the perfect grown up dessert…
Looking for an afternoon tea treat? We have an easy caramel millionaire’s shortbread recipe, sweet caramel blondies and even salted caramel profiteroles.
If you want to create a show-stopping birthday cake, bake our epic triple caramel cake to impress your friends and family. Have fun with your homemade caramel here…
This is a chocolate and caramel lovers dream especially if you love a classic snickers too. Go nuts over our epic caramel tart with crumbly peanut pastry and chocolate ganache. Plenty more chocolate recipes here.
You’ve tried salted caramel – but how about salted honey caramel? Impress your friends with these grown up, multi-layered tea-time treats. More of our best honey recipes here.
Once this pudding goes in the oven, the dense, coconut-crumbed top rises to the surface while a molten, vanilla-scented caramel sauce is created underneath. Plenty more self-saucing recipes here.
If salted caramel is your bag, then get ready for miso caramel – a heady mix of the salt and sweet combination with a shed load of umami. Check out more of our best miso recipes here.
Swirling honeycomb through these biscuits is the perfect way to add caramel flavour and extra crunch. Check out our best biscuit recipes here.
Transform a simple ginger loaf into this boozy cake in just 25 minutes by soaking in rum and caramel then layering with boozy caramel cream. Check out more of our ginger recipes here.
Check out this silky custard tart with vanilla and smoked butter caramel, from chef Chase Lovecky of Two Lights in East London. If you can’t find smoked butter, use normal butter instead and finish it with smoked salt, which is readily available.
Check out our impressive Russian cake recipe with moreish burnt-honey icing and dulce de leche. This layer cake takes a bit of effort to make but it’s the perfect cake to show off to friends and family for any special occasion.
Check out this stunning baked cheesecake with crunchy British Discovery apples and sweet and creamy toffee sauce. This indulgent cheesecake will make an impressive way to end any dinner party.
Check out our cheesecake pots with salted caramel and crunchy pecans. These mini cheesecakes are simple to make and perfect for a quick and easy dessert to end your dinner party.
Check out our light and fluffy pancakes packed with salted caramel. This easy recipe is simple to make and ready in just 30 minutes – an easy treat for the whole family.
Check out these moreish blondies with salted caramel and pears. Whip these up in under an hour for an easy treat to serve friends or family.
Check out our showstopping tarte tatin recipe with russet apples, flaky puff pastry, dark rum and caramel. This impressive pudding may take a bit of time to make but it’s well worth the wait.
Want an indulgent boozy dessert? Make this easy crème caramel with coffee liqueur to seriously impress guests at your next dinner party with friends.
Check out this impressive whole roasted pineapple with punchy caramel sauce. Try to find a ripe pineapple (make sure the outside is golden, not green) but if you can’t we would recommend keeping one near bananas for a couple of days to ripen it.
Check out these indulgent juniper toffees. These sweet treats come from new Hackney restaurant, Nest. They are served as petits fours at the end of the meal and can be infused with a variety of flavours – here we have gone for subtle spices of juniper, clove and cardamom.
Check out this creamy chocolate tart recipe with juicy bananas, salted caramel and old school butterscotch Angel Delight. Impress your friends and family with this super indulgent dessert.
Check out this creamy swirl cheesecake recipe with rich dulce de leche. This easy no-bake cheesecake is an indulgent and impressive dessert to serve to friends and family at your next dinner party.
Salted caramel is a really popular food trend, and this cheesecake recipe from Rosie Birkett has a salted butterscotch twist. It’s a real showstopper and everyone will love it. If you want to make this ahead, omit the popcorn from the base, reserve half the butterscotch sauce for the topping and put freshly popped popcorn on the top of the cake on the day, then smother it in the sauce.
Check out this impressive looking caramel tart from Edd Kimber. This decadent dessert recipe with nuts, chocolate ganache and coffee, is the perfect way to finish a sophisticated dinner party.
Take your millionaire shortbread up a notch with decadent butterscotch caramel and salty pretzels. The butterscotch gives this classic childhood favourite a real grown up taste.
Check out this indulgent Jamaican ginger and caramel cake. This layer cake is a real showstopper and makes for the perfect celebration cake, what’s more, it’s gluten free too.
Want to make a caramel cookie recipe? This chocolate chip cookie pizza is super easy to make and great fun with all the family. Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, this giant cookie makes for a great alternative to a birthday cake.
This rich chocolate and caramel snack is both easy to make and a very popular bake. Millionaires’ shortbread can be made in little squares, perfect for entertaining and for an on-the-go snacks and treats. Add a bit of gold leaf for decoration.
This chocolate caramel cake is what’s known as an ‘ombre’ cake; each layer has a different shade with dark chocolate, milk chocolate and caramel flavours.
Just pour a glass of milk and call this breakfast – we won’t tell. These honey nut cornflake and caramel bars are easy to make but look impressive
Blondies are the white chocolate version of brownies. This easy tray bake is also packed with banana and rich caramel. Serve at teatime or warm with a scoop of ice-cream for pudding.
Our most indulgent, most beautiful chocolate fondant yet… just look at it ooze! You can buy the salted caramel sauce for a quick fix.
Sweet and salty flavours are an ongoing trend and this shortbread recipe is the perfect way to blend these flavours. It’s quick and easy baking and will please a crowd.
Profiteroles are easier to make than they look. Especially using this simple recipe. Salted caramel adds a touch of luxury for a dinner-party dessert. Recipe from NAC restaurant in London.
This malted milk and caramel ice-cream pie is a great, easy, make-ahead dessert that everyone will love. It will keep for up to a week, wrapped in clingfilm in the freezer.
These umami toffees are the perfect combination of sweet and salty. Wrap them up in white greaseproof paper and give them as presents this Christmas.
Looking for an easy entertaining dessert that still looks impressive? Check out this simple but super moreish caramelised pineapple. Topped with an indulgent caramel and a hint of booze makes this pineapple dessert more grown up.
Check out this dense, creamy dark chocolate crémeux with crunchy nut praline and indulgent boozy caramel sauce. This easy recipe is an impressive way to end any dinner party.
Christmas time = treat time. A rich, salty caramel tart topped with chocolate. You may want to serve it with Greek yoghurt to offset the sweetness. This will last in the fridge for 4-5 days.
This recipe for toffee apple dump cake is easy to make and perfect for entertaining friends and family. Drizzle extra toffee or caramel sauce for a more indulgent tea time treat.
A light and zingy family pud with caramelised orange for a special finishing touch. Perfect for feeding a crowd or a hungry family over the weekend.
Caramel and almonds work really well together in this classic pudding. Serve warm as a dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of melted chocolate, or cool and eat as a teatime treat.
These individual chocolate caramel tartlets are made with chocolate pastry. They look stunning and you can make them ahead, perfect for a dinner party dessert.
The best traybake with a double layer of caramel heaven. Use dulce de leche if you have it for this easy teatime treat. Bake it with one layer of rich caramel, then use it to ice the cake to finish. Everyone will love this.
This week web editor Alex and chief sub Dom discuss the coolest places to eat and drink in Brighton, food director Janine and cookery writer Adam talk about the benefits of salt-baking and digital intern Amanda shares her top cake-making tips.
olive magazine podcast ep67 – Brighton foodie hotspots, salt-baking and how to perfect your cake making techniques