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This is so good!
Using a 13x9 inch cake pan, bake German Chocolate Cake according to directions. Remove from oven. Poke holes in the top and pour small can of sweetened condensed milk over the top.
Let it stand for 10-15 minutes, then pour caramel topping over and let it cool completely. Once cooled spread cool whip over the top and sprinkle the butterfingers over the top.
By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO
Got this recipe from a friend years ago! So good! We used to serve it at church for our teenage group and they just loved it!
Combine crushed graham crackers, sugar, and melted margarine. Press into 9x13 inch pan. Mix together vanilla pudding, vanilla ice cream and milk; spread over crust. Cool for 2 to 3 hours and top with small part of Cool Whip. Crush Butterfinger candy bars and put on top. Refrigerate.
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Does anyone have suggestions for what I can do with 2 dozen stale, rock hard Butterfinger bars? I'm thinking maybe cakes or cookies. Hopefully the baking will soften them up a bit.
Joyann from California
Put them in a zippered storage bag and smash them with a hammer. Make your own really thick milkshakes & put the candybar crumbs in them, you know, just like Dairy Queen!! Sounds yummy!!
Or you could put the candybar crumbs in anykind of cake mix or muffins.
There is a butterfinger cake that I have made that is yummy. You use the crumbled candy bars (if you can break them) :). There are bunches of recipes online. Enjoy.
You need Cool Whip, and a graham cracker crust. First use a hammer and smash the butterfingers still in the packages. Then mix the butterfingers with the Cool Whip to your own satisfaction. Place the mixture in the graham cracker crust and refrigerate for 2-3 hours. My whole family loves these and they are so easy to make my 7 year old can do it. Enjoy!!!
Make an English Trifle pudding and let little bits of them set in the whipped topping and pudding.
Or, make hot cocoa with them.
I take the candy bars and put them in a zip lock bag and use a rolling pin tp crush them. (Save about 1/2 cup).
Then I get a 13x9 pan. Layer with ice cream sandwiches, then on top of them, put a layer of cool whip and then sprinkle your candy on top of the cool whip. Then start your second layer. When you finish with the cool whip,sprinkle your saved candy bits on top .
You'll make this again and again and kids eat it up !!
Enjoy. Keep cool.