Holy Cow Cake

 
 
I don’t exactly know where this Holy Cow Cake recipe comes from. What I do know is that Momma Daisy has made it for a long time and it is a family fav! I don’t know where its name comes from either… maybe its just “Holy Cow!” good.
 
This cake starts with a basic chocolate mix, your preference – German Chocolate or Devils Food; soaked in a rich caramel mixture that results with a super moist, “oh-my, that’s amazing cake.” It is then layered with crushed Butterfingers candy bars and a cream cheese-whipped cream frosting. There’s enough going on with this cake that no one will know, or even care that you started with a mix! Super yummy!
Holy Cow Cake
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Ingredients
  1. Chocolate Cake Mix (your preference), baked as directed
  2. 1-14 oz. can of sweetened condensed milk
  3. 8 oz. jar of caramel topping
  4. 4-5 Butterfingers candy bars, crushed
  5. 1-8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  6. 12 oz. Cool Whip
Instructions
  1. Prepare and bake cake as directed on package.
  2. Meanwhile, blend caramel and sweetened condensed milk.
  3. After removing cake from oven, use a skewer or fork to poke holes into the top of the cake.
  4. Pour caramel mixture over cake.
  5. Crush candy bars and sprinkle half of them over the warm cake. Chill.
  6. Stir cream cheese and Cool Whip together until blended well. Spread over cooled cake.
  7. Sprinkle with remaining candy.
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9 thoughts on “Holy Cow Cake

  1. Kel

    Oh My! That looks so rich and yummy. I might have to save that one for winter time when I am no longer expected to wear a bathing suit! :)

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  2. Jerri

    Yum! We often have cake like this at my dad’s house, but it does not include the cream cheese. I’ll have to pass this tip along. I bet the cream cheese makes it even better!

    Reply

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