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Salted caramel. It just makes things taste really good. We love these salted caramel malt biscuits from our food director, Sarah's cookbook Family Baking (she knows a few things about baking!) and it got us thinking about what else you can put salted caramel on/in. Why not make a bit more sauce than is needed in the recipe and try it in these these other (naughty) ideas from Sarah...
2. Marble whipped cream with salted caramel sauce and use to fill your favourite chocolate layer cake; some sliced bananas are good in the layers too.
3. Warm and serve with chocolate brownies and a scoop of vanilla ice cream
4. Drizzle over cheesecakes, brunch pancakes or fresh berries for a quick pud
If you don't have a cutter the right size to make these, cut around a glass or something similar. They're also cute made as mini biscuits using a 3cm cutter. The sea salt adds something special to the caramel, making them dangerously moreish!
Recipe taken from Weekend Baking by Sarah Randell (Ryland Peters & Small, £16.99)