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Snow Angel and a sinful Chocolate-Caramel Brownie recipe: Chantilly White’s perfect combination!

It’s a delight to have author Chantilly White with me today. Chantilly’s tagline is Pure Hearts ~ Sinful Pleasures and she certainly has a sinful pleasure for us today with her delicious Chocolate-Caramel Brownie recipe.

Chantilly is one of the contributors to our Bake, Love, Write dessert recipe book. Thanks for dropping in today, Chantilly. And by the way, I love your name!

Here we are with Chantilly’s recipe…

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snow angel, chantilly white, helena fairfaxChocolate-Caramel Brownie Sin

*Preheat oven to 350 degrees F / 180 degrees C / gas mark 4

Ingredients:

  • 1-18.5oz (525 gsm) package chocolate cake mix
  • 1/2C butter, melted
  • 1C evaporated milk, divided (2/3C and 1/3C)
  • 1-10oz (285 gsm) package chewy caramels (specials like Werthers); I like to put in a few extras to make the caramel extra thick, so pick up a second bag and add more evaporated milk (just a touch!) if you’re like me!
  • 1-12oz (340 gsm) bag chocolate chips

Directions:

  • Stir together the cake mix, butter, and 2/3C of the evaporated milk.
  • Spread half of the mixture into an ungreased 13×9-inch (33 x 23 cm) baking dish.
  • Bake for 15 minutes. Remove from oven.
  • Meanwhile, heat the caramels and 1/3C evaporated milk in a small saucepan over low heat, stirring constantly, until the caramels are melted and smooth.
  • Sprinkle the chocolate chips over the baked brownie.
  • Drizzle the caramel sauce over the chocolate chips.
  • Drop the remaining brownie batter by spoonfuls over the caramel.
  • Bake again, 25-30 minutes, or until the center is set.

*Serve with ice cream for extra decadence!

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Bio: Romance author Chantilly White lives in the real world, but she also knows the value of escapism. As a shy girl in a scary new school, Chantilly discovered the priceless ability to escape her surroundings through reading or taking pen in hand to write her own stories. Writing has been a joy ever since.

Now Chantilly loves providing that same joy to her readers. Pure Hearts ~ Sinful Pleasures is more than her tagline. It’s her promise. Whether they’re looking for a sweetly fluffy romantic tale or a spicy-hot romp, a sweeping historical romance or a contemporary love story, Chantilly White’s readers know when they delve into one of her books, they’ll be transported to a world where love reigns supreme and everyone gets their happily-ever-after. Guaranteed.

Do you love free books, exclusive member-only content, first-in-line notifications about upcoming books, fun giveaways, and random prizes? Join Chantilly’s newsletter at: http://chantillywhite.com/contact.html#newsletter

For more information, visit Chantilly’s website

snow angel, chantilly white, helena fairfaxSnow Angel’s blurb

Fall in love with the Honeywell-Carlisle clan and their friends in Snow Angel, book one in the High Desert Hearts series of New-Adult Contemporary Romances from Chantilly White! Set in California’s hot-hot-hot high desert, where the landscape is stark and the passion is sizzling…

“If you are looking for a great story that sizzles and truly likable characters, read Chantilly White.” –Lucy Monroe, USA Today bestselling author

Jacob is flipping out ~

College has challenges enough, but now his heart, body, and mind have gone emotionally, lustfully, entirely haywire for the one woman who is totally off-limits to him–his best friend since birth, Melinda. He has to resist his hormones, not only for the sake of their friendship, but to protect their tightly-entwined families, as well. He’s seen the fallout from friends turning lovers turning enemies before. It’s a disaster for all involved, and he won’t risk it with Melinda.

Melinda is flipping confused ~

She thought she loved Mitch, her rat-bastard ex-boyfriend, who dumped her flat on Christmas Day. Now her heart–and other unmentionable places–is begging for Jacob. Of course she loves him! He’s her best friend. But she knows he’s not the right guy for her–his path in life will take him far from their hometown, the only place she’s ever wanted to stay. As much as she loves him, it would never work.

Together, they’re flipping screwed ~

They agree on one thing—a romance between them would be a huge mistake. But when passion shoots their emotions from sweet to scorching during their annual multi-family ski vacation, all of their rationalizations come crashing down.

They’ll have to choose—rebuild the safe, secure friendship-wall between their throbbing bodies and yearning hearts, or blow it apart and risk everything they’ve ever known… for the chance at a love like they’ve never imagined…

Snow Angel is a friends-to-lovers small-town romance in the HDH series—stories with a heat-rating from sweetly sexy to downright scorching! Stay tuned for Desert Damsel, book two in the HDH series, coming Spring 2015!

Snow Angel’s buy links

Amazon US / Amazon UK / B&N / iBooks / Kobo / GooglePlay / AllRomance / Smashwords / Print Version

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What a fabulously decadent recipe, Chantilly. I love it. And I never would have thought of making caramel by melting some Werther’s Originals in evaporated milk. What a great idea. I’m going to use that idea for ice-cream and hot caramel sauce :)

Thanks so much for dropping in and sharing your recipe and the Snow Angel story. Love the wintery cover!

If you enjoyed Chantilly’s recipe, or have any questions or comments at all, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!

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16 thoughts on “Snow Angel and a sinful Chocolate-Caramel Brownie recipe: Chantilly White’s perfect combination!

  1. Thank you so much for hosting me today, Helena! I loved participating in the cookbook and have been slaving away trying everyone’s scrumptious recipes. It’s such a tough job, but… haha My sweet tooth has been very happy! :)

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    1. I’ve been trying everyone’s recipes, too, Chantilly! My husband loves Werther’s and I know he’s going to love your recipe. I think I’ll have to make double quantities :) Thanks so much for sharing it, and for being such a great guest!

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  2. Nom – nom – nom, for both the book and the brownies! Thank you for not making me wait too long to get another great read from you, Chantilly! And thanks for the post, Helena. Love hearing about new reads to explore.

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    1. Thanks a bunch, Lori! I hope you enjoy the book! I know chocolate isn’t your favorite thing ever, but let me know what you think if you give the recipe a try. :)

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  3. Helena, thank you again for hosting me today! I really appreciate it, and all the lovely comments from you and your readers. :) I’ve been on the road most of today, so my check-ins were a bit farther apart than I would have liked, but it was fun to come back and see everyone. Thanks to all who commented or came by! :)

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