Samoa Caramel Brownies – Chocolate + Caramel + Coconut!
These Samoan Caramel Brownies have a chewy, fudge brownie base with a gooey layer of caramel and coconut, and finish with a drizzle of chocolate. They are a delicious brownie version of the popular cookie.
Brownies are one of our Sunday desserts. They are usually easy to make and loved by everyone. We know that taking them up a notch by adding caramel to them makes them even more of a hit. Boy, we were right! We not only added caramel but also coconut to make them delicious Samoan caramel brownies.
If you’ve eaten Samoan Girl Scout cookies before you know how delicious they are. They’re a delicious combination of caramel, chocolate, and coconut — just like the brownie recipe we’re sharing today. This treat has a chewy brownie base with a layer of caramel and coconut and some chocolate drizzle on top. very delicious!
Chocolate Caramel Brownies
I think I’ll finish these with a scoop of ice cream and some chocolate syrup, just for more sugar. I mean, you really can’t have enough chocolate and caramel, can you?
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Prep time 35 minutes
Refrigerate for 2 hours
Total time 2 hours 35 minutes
Serving Size 15
Calories 327 kcal
by Lil’ Luna
- 1 box brownie mix (plus toppings on back)
- 3 1/2 cups shredded coconut
- 2 14 oz.bagged caramel
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 4 tablespoons milk
- 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
Make brownies according to box directions, then cool.
Stir the coconut over medium heat until toasted. Watch carefully to avoid burning.
Add unpackaged caramel, salt, and milk to a large microwaveable bowl. Heat for 3-5 minutes, removing and stirring every 60 seconds. Cook until mixture and caramel are smooth and completely melted.
Add the coconut to the melted mixture and spread it over the brownies. Refrigerate for 2 hours.
Remove the brownies from the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before cutting the brownies. Cut brownies into strips and sprinkle melted chocolate chips on top. Let the chocolate set and serve.
Recipe adapted from here.