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June 14, 2009


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These look great!! I'll have to look for them at my local supermarket.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Lorraine! I'll have to send you some of these guys when I make 'em. :-)


I've used the caramel bits a number of times. They ARE hard after they've baked in something. Just so you know.


I found these last year in the stores. I make a fudge that calls for 30 caramels pieces. I hated cutting/quartering that many pieces into. I have used these in the recipe and they work just fine. Good Luck with yours!!!


I've used these also, and they're ok. I tried adding them to cake batter too, but they didn't melt like I wanted. I did melt some and add a swirl to some brownies the other day, which was delicious. I think a caramel swirl in batter would be fantastic.
I'm interested to see how you make them work!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Katrina. Thanks for the heads-up! I'm trying to come up with a method for putting these bits to use. If I'm not too lazy tonight, I'll do some experimenting. :-)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Nunu. Chopping caramels is really hard. And I'm always afraid I'm not going to get all those pesky clear plastic wrappers off completely. These bits are a good shortcut for that whole process. I'm still thinking about how to put them to use...

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Em. I like the swirl idea...brilliant!

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