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Friday, November 27, 2015

Butterfinger cake

My daughter in law made this beautiful cake for Thanksgiving. We were so happy that she was able to do that. It was her aunt's recipe that had been handed down after her death. So as a tribute to aunt Kat this delicious cake was re-created. It almost was not though as the only copy of the recipe seemed to disappear. She looked for it low and high in the grocery store where she shopped, in the kitchen where she cooks and everywhere. Lots of hopes and prayers went into the finding of this recipe and eventually it showed up. It seems that there 3 year old had hidden the recipe in one of his safe places and when my DIL was cleaning she located it. Funny how he thought it was valuable as well. I am happy that she found it and can tell you that this was delicious.

Yellow, white or french vanilla cake mix
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 jar caramel topping
4 whole Butterfinger candy bars
Small cool whip

Bake the cake mix according to the package direction.  While hot, poke holes all over the cake.  Pour can of sweetened condensed milk and caramel over hot cake.  Crush up 3 Butterfingers and spread on top of gooey layer.  Allow to cool and refrigerate.  Once cooled completely, top with cool whip and last Butterfinger, crushed.  Serve cold. 

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