★★★★★630 Reviews: #Sweet and Best #Cake >> Polar #Bear Paws See's Confections Copycat

★★★★★630 Reviews: #Sweet and Best #Cake >> Polar #Bear Paws See's Confections Copycat - ~16 World #recipe

★★★★★630 Reviews: #SweetandBestCake >> Polar Bear Paws See's Confections Copycat 

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This time the cake is very delicious, it tastes sweet, crispy, and soft mixed into one and makes it very delicious. This cake is highly recommended for your sweet food lovers.

And you can make it yourself at home because the ingredients are easy to obtain and also still natural.

So, let's make this dish at home feel the sensation and adjust your taste ...

  • 1 (11 ounce) sack Kraft Caramel Bits or

  • squares 

  • 3 tablespoons overwhelming whipping cream 

  • 1 tablespoon spread 

  • 1 container peanuts simmered as well as mixed drink 

  • 12 ounces vanilla almond bark or white dissolving wafers 

  1. Line an extensive treat sheet with Silpat mats (or material paper) and oil it with margarine. Put aside. 

  2. Soften caramels with spread and cream in the microwave in 30 second additions, mixing, and rehashing until smooth. 

  3. Blend in the peanuts and after that let it sit in the bowl to cool for around 15 minutes, mixing like clockwork. 

  4. Spoon onto the mats in tablespoon measure hills. Spot in the refrigerator for 30-a hour until set. 

  5. Spot chocolate in a bowl and liquefy in the microwave on low in 30 second augmentations and mix until dissolved and smooth. Plunge caramel group in the chocolate and utilize a fork to evacuate it. Holding it over the bowl, tap the fork on the edge to give any overabundance chocolate a chance to trickle down. Spot group back on the material fixed skillet and rehash with residual bunches. 

  6. Set the dish back in the ice chest for 30-60 mintues until chocolate is set. Expel and bundle up.

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