What to Do with Leftover Caramel Sauce

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You can use up leftover caramel sauce in no time with these sweet treat ideas!!

You can even drizzle a little caramel sauce over your morning coffee for a sweet finish to your freshly brewed espresso.

For more of a lighter dessert, you can dip fresh fruit into warmed up caramel sauce to use up your leftover caramel sauce.

What to Do with Leftover Caramel Sauce

Fruit Dipping Sauce

You can dip a variety of fruit into caramel sauce for a light sweet dessert.

You can warm up the caramel sauce a little, and then mix it well with a spoon.

Arrange an array of citrusy fruits like pineapple pieces, and orange slices for your caramel dipping sauce.

Apples, pears, and bananas work well with caramel sauce as well for a spread of different fruits to dip leftover caramel sauce in.

What to Do with Leftover Caramel Sauce

Macaron Filling

Caramel sauce can be one of most flavorful fillings for macarons. A little goes a long way!!

Only pipe a small amount of caramel sauce in the center of a macaron shell, and then sandwich it together with another macaron shell.

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Drink Topping

You can drizzle about a tablespoon of caramel sauce on top of hot chocolate, or a latte for a delicious hint of caramel flavor.

Decorating Desserts

Desserts need a little garnishing every now and then.

You can take your desserts to the next level by drizzling a little caramel sauce on top for a beautiful look to finish off your dessert that looks professional and enticing.

You can try making a crisscross design with the caramel, or using it in combination with chocolate sauce for a tasty caramel and chocolate flavored dessert.

Pancakes, waffles, and crepes can be filled with a bit of caramel sauce mixed with sautéed apples, pears, or hazelnut sauce.

Recipes Using Hazelnut Praline Paste

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Hazelnut praline paste is a nutty-caramel paste you can use in lavish desserts.

Hazelnut praline paste can be used to create hazelnut sauce, bases for cakes, granola treats, squares, and rich hazelnut mousse.

Try using your leftover praline paste to create these tasty desserts!

Recipes Using Hazelnut Praline Paste

Hazelnut Sauce

Hazelnut sauce is made by adding hot heavy cream to praline paste.

They are mixed together until smooth, and then the sauce is cooled to room temperature.

Hazelnut sauce can be used on top of ice cream, in lattes, or in other decadent desserts.

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Praline Feuilletine

Praline Feuillentine is used as a base for making intricate cakes.

Praline feuillentine is made by mixing together melted chocolate, praline paste, and paillete feuilletine.

The mixture is placed into the bottom of a baking pan, and let to set in the fridge until ready to use.

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Hazelnut Squares

Hazelnut squares are made by combining praline paste with tempered chocolate.

The hazelnut-chocolate mixture is poured into a pan, and then it sets over the next couple of hours.

The hazelnut squares are cut into pieces, and then you can dip them again into melted chocolate for a rich hazelnut square.

Coffee Buns

Coffee buns are made by preparing a yeast dough and letting it rise.

The buns are baked, and then iced with coffee icing.

The tops of the coffee buns have praline paste spread on top of them to give them a hint of hazelnut flavor.

Pecan Praline Cheesecake

Pecan praline cheesecake is made by grinding up vanilla wafers and pecans to create the crust of the cheesecake.

The wafers and pecans are mixed with butter and pressed into the bottom of the cheesecake pan.

The cheesecake is prepared, and then the praline paste is mixed in to make a marbled praline cheesecake.

After the cheesecake has baked and cooled, melted white chocolate is mixed with a bit more praline paste.

The cheesecakes are topped with the white chocolate praline mixture, and a candied pecan.

Hazelnut Buttercream

Hazelnut buttercream can be used to fill macarons, or on top of cupcakes for a delicious buttery – nut flavored dessert.

Hazelnut buttercream is made by heating egg whites, sugar, and salt in a double boiler.

After the eggs have thickened a bit, the mixture is beaten until glossy with a bit of vanilla extract. Butter is added in with only small pieces at a time, making the buttercream rich and creamy.

At the end, praline paste is beaten into the buttercream.

The hazelnut buttercream is a nutty, buttery icing that goes well with chocolate or vanilla cupcakes.

Chocolate Granola Praline Treats

Chocolate granola praline treats are chocolatey treats that are quite filling from the granole.

Chocolate is melted in a double boiler, and then the praline paste is mixed into the melted chocolate.

Fresh homemade granola is added to the praline-chocolate and mixed together until the granola is fully coated.

Using a melon baller, scoop the chocolate granola treats onto a piece of parchment paper.

Let the treats harden in the refrigerator for a couple of hours, and then serve!

Hazelnut Praline Mousse

Hazelnut praline mousse can be eaten on it’s own, or you can use it in a dessert like a tart filling.

Hazelnut praline mousse is made by whipping heavy cream until soft peaks form.

In another bowl, cream cheese is beaten with praline paste, brown sugar, and vanilla.

A little bit of the whipped cream is beaten into the cream cheese mixture.

Then the rest of the soft peaked whipped cream is folded into the cream cheese praline to make it into mousse.

The mousse should be chilled for 1 hour prior to serving.

9 Egg Roll Wrapper Dessert Recipes

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You can fill your egg roll wrappers with cream cheese filling, fruit sauces, or marshmallows to make a delicious, unique dessert.

Egg rolls wrappers are thick, and doughy. Therefore they need to be fried, or baked prior to serving them as a dessert.

Cheesecake Egg Rolls

Cheesecake egg rolls are filled with rich cream cheese vanilla filling. You can put your favorite fresh berries into the egg roll as well, adding a fruity, sweet finish to your egg roll.

Bake the egg roll, and sprinkle a little cinnamon and sugar to top it off.

Serve the cheesecake egg rolls warm, right out of the oven.

Egg Roll Wrapper Dessert Recipes

Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls

Peach cobbler egg rolls are a sweet, peach flavored egg roll.

Peach cobbler egg rolls are made by creating a thickened vanilla peach sauce for the filling using cornstarch.

The peach filling is added to the egg roll, and the edges are sealed using a little egg wash.

Each egg roll is dipped into melted butter, and coated in cinnamon and sugar.

The peach cobbler egg rolls are baked, and then coated in vanilla icing, and dusted with powdered sugar.

Pineapple Cream Cheese Egg Rolls

Pineapple cream cheese egg rolls are a creamy, citrusy treat.

Use softened cream cheese and spread a thin layer over the egg roll wrapper.

Add freshly diced pineapple pieces, and a sprinkle of granulated sugar.

Add a little cinnamon if desired.

Roll up the wrap and bake in the oven until golden brown.

Serve warm, right out of the oven.

S’more Egg Rolls

S’more egg rolls are sweet, rich, and decadent.

They are filled with marshmallows, chocolate frosting, and graham cracker crumble to create the s’more flavor.

S’more egg rolls are fried in oil to make a thick, crispy outer layer.

The inside of the s’more egg rolls are melted and gooey from the marshmallows.

Top each of the s’more egg rolls with chocolate sauce, or use as a dipping sauce.

Pumpkin Pie Egg Rolls

Pumpkin pie egg rolls are made by adding cloves, nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, and brown sugar to pumpkin puree. The spices added to the pumpkin puree create the “pumpkin pie” flavoring.

Each of the egg rolls are sealed with water, and then deep fried until a golden brown, crispy layer is formed on the outside of the egg roll.

Pumpkin pie egg rolls are dusted with powdered sugar as a garnish.

Apple Pie Egg Rolls

Apple pie egg rolls are made by making a thick spiced apple filling.

The apples are cooked in butter, brown sugar, and water to make a thick apple syrup filling using a little cornstarch.

Allspice, nutmeg, and cinnamon are add to make the “apple pie” flavoring of the egg roll filling.

Each of the egg rolls are deep fried for a crispy outer layer on the egg roll.

Serve the apple pie egg rolls with a side of caramel sauce for dipping.

Oreo Egg Rolls

Oreo egg rolls are filled with a sweet cream cheese filling, made using sweetened condensed milk.

The egg rolls have a layer of cream cheese filling, and a layer of crushed Oreo cookies.

The egg rolls are sealed tightly using an egg wash, and then are deep fried until a crispy golden layer coats the egg roll.

Oreo egg rolls taste like deep fried Oreo’s, and cheesecake, all in one rich dessert.

Banana Caramel Egg Rolls

Banana caramel egg rolls have a sweet finish, by dipping them in caramel sauce.

Banana caramel egg rolls are made by placing 1/2 banana in the egg roll. The egg roll is sealed, and brushed with a mixture of melted butter and cinnamon.

Each egg rolls is fried until the dough has a thin crispy layer

Cherry Cheesecake Egg Rolls

Cherry cheesecake egg rolls are made with a lemon cream cheese filling.

The lemon flavoring comes from lemon zest and lemon juice added to softened cream cheese.

The mixture is beaten until smooth, and then can be used as the first filling in the cherry cheesecake egg roll.

A spoonful of cherry pie filling is heaped on top of the cream cheese, and then the egg roll is sealed with water.

The egg rolls are deep fried until they are crispy on the outside, and warm on the inside.

Dust a bit of powdered sugar on top and then serve immediately.