Caramel Milky Way Brownies

I’m obsessed with desserts (I’m sure you noticed), especially CHOCOLATE! Seriously, it’s my biggest weakness and addiction. It’s just So. Darn. Yummy!!! Brownies have a habit of ‘mysteriously’ showing up often at our home, just sitting there in a container on the counter. And really, how rude of me would it be to just let them go to waste? So rude! Of course I have to ‘sacrifice’ and help devour this morsels. If I happen to have a huge grin on my face as I do so, it just means I’m a really good actress, right? 😉 Especially if it’s these Caramel Milky Way Brownies!
Caramel Milky Way Brownies / Busy Mom's Helper

A few weeks ago I bought a bunch of those new Caramel Milky Ways, wanting to surprise Hubby with them. He liked them, but not as much as normal Milky Ways – just TOO much caramel (is that possible?). He then looks at me and smiles ‘they might go good in brownies….’. That’s ALL it took, and out came the ingredients and dishes! Who cares it was like 10pm? I was getting TOLD to make brownies – Booyah!

These turned out so gooey, yummy and full of chocolate-caramel goodness. These may be ‘mysteriously’ showing up on my counter again soon!

Caramel Milky Way – mini sized (I did a full layer, using about 36, but you can choose)
3 cups Sugar
1 1/2 cup Flour
1 cup Cocoa Powder
3/4 tsp. Baking Powder
6 Eggs
1 1/2 cup Oil
3/4 tsp. Salt
6 tsp. Vanilla Extract

Preheat oven to 350 Degrees F. Spray or line a 13×9 baking pan.

Combine the Sugar, Flour, Cocoa Powder, Baking Powder and Salt in a medium bowl.

Add in the Eggs, Oil and Vanilla Extract until well-incorporated.

Pour half the batter into the pan. Layer with Caramel Milky Ways. Top with remaining batter.

Bake for 30-40 minutes, or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Check often starting at 25 minutes.

NOTES: If desired, you could cut up the Milky Way pieces and sprinkle them for a layer instead of doing the whole mini bar.

Check out these other Brownie or Caramel treats!

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45 Responses to “Caramel Milky Way Brownies”

    • It’s seriously Caramel Heaven, that’s for sure! LOL I’m so sorry I missed that week’s party, but I made a note to come by this Wednesday – thanks so much for the invite!

  • These look so good! I will be trying these in the near future.
    Stopping by from the “Lovely Ladies Linky”.
    Now following you on Bloglovin, G+, Twitter and Facebook.
    Have a great week 🙂
    Bismah @
    Simple Mama

    • Oh thanks a bunch for the visit, and the follow Bismah! Please do give them a try and let me know what you think – I can’t wait to make them again here, too!

  • These look delicious!! Hubby loves caramel, so these are right up his alley. I’m pinning them now! Thanks for linking up at Whatever Goes Wednesday 🙂

  • Wow! Seriously yummy! I’d love for you to link these up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop! Hope to see you and these delicious brownies there!

    • Thanks so much for the invite, Nici! I’ve made a note to try and stop by this week 😀 Hope your Monday was awesome!

  • This is over-the-top~~~ Wow. And to think that your husband gave you the idea!!! Great job. Your friend, Linda

    • Thanks so much, Linda! Ya, it’s REALLY extreme, but at least in a delicious caramelly-good way 😀

  • OH MY!! These are making this pregnant girl wish she had some milky ways and brownies to makes these right now!
    Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow.

    • Oh my gosh, I can’t imagine how good these would be while pregnant – I was ALWAYS craving good brownies when I was expecting! LOL Thank you SO SO much for the feature – it always makes me feel all special when I see those on there! 😀

  • Oh my gosh. These look melt in your mouth good! I think I gained five pound from just looking at this picture, but that is not going to stop me from making them. They sound so good! Thanks for sharing and thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday.

    • LOL Thanks so much, Ruth! I probably gained a LOT more than 5 pounds eating them, but oh my it was so worth it!

      Can’t wait for the next fun party on Thursday – thanks so much for always hosting, it’s one of my favs!

    • Oh it’s TOTALLY worth it 😀 Thanks so much for the invite – sadly missed that week’s party, but no worries, I made sure to catch this past Friday’s fun!

  • That is one thick layer of caramel! DELICIOUS!!!
    Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #30.

    ~Amber @

  • Wow that looks crazy delicious!! Thank you so much for joining us and sharing at Best of the Weekend! Pinning to our party board, and we hope to see you again on Friday.

  • These look mega dangerous! YUM. I wanted to let you know I’m featuring them when my link party opens up tonight. Thanks for sharing!

    • Oh, they are definitely dangerous – I ate WAAAAY too many! LOL Thanks so so much for the feature!!! 😀

  • My mouth is watering! I’m currently pregnant with baby #3 and I think I could have brownies for every meal every day and be perfect content…add milky ways to them and it’s too good to be true. Pinning this! Thanks for sharing. Stopping by from the Six Sisters link party.

    • Oh gosh, I totally feel for ya! Brownies were ALWAYS a craving of mine while pregnant, even during the sickest of times! LOL Hope you get to try some – you deserve to spoil yourself 😀 Best of luck with the pregnancy!

  • Hello Danielle, fellow featured friend at The Answer is Chocolate…
    These look so yummy! I cannot wait to try them!!!
    I stopped by to let you know I’ve pinned your project and included it in my Thank You post.
    Hugs, Antonella 🙂

    • Awww, thanks so much Antonella! I definitely appreciate the support, and look forward to returning the favor many times more in the future 😀

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