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Slow Cooker Caramel Pie **

Slow Cooker Caramel Pie

  • Cooking Time:

    6-7 hours
  • Servings:

    6-8

Ingredients

2 (14-ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk
9-inch graham cracker pie crust or baked pie crust
8 oz. container frozen whipped topping, thawed (like Cool-Whip)
English toffee candy bar, coarsely chopped (like Heath or Skor)
Chopped nuts or chocolate pieces for topping (optional)

This is a great recipe to make ahead and have ready for your guests…it’s very rich and so delicious! Enjoy this Slow Cooker Caramel Pie!

  1. Pour condensed milk in a 1 quart slow cooker.
  2. Cover & Crock for 3 to 4 hours on Low or until the milk is the color of peanut butter, stirring with a wire whisk every 30-60 minutes.
  3. Pour the milk sauce into a graham cracker crust or if you prefer a baked Pie crust and cool in the refrigerator.
  4. Spread whipped topping over top of the cooled pie and decorate using chopped candy bar pieces, nuts and/or chocolate bits. (Halloween option: use candy bar pieces and candy corn to create a pumpkin face)
  5. Cover and chill until ready to serve.

Happy Crocking!

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SUE BOATRIGHT
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SUE BOATRIGHT

WHO HAS TASTED THIS CARAMEL PIE? IS IT GOOD?

Amanda
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Amanda

I have! It’s the most amazing mouth watering desert I’ve ever tasted!! The caramel sauce is just unbelievable, simply define! It’s a must try… however I I make it in the can, don’t open it, just set it in the crockpot to cook in water, let cool then open the can… Yummy!!

SUE BOATRIGHT
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SUE BOATRIGHT

IS THIS PIE GOOD? WHO HAS TRIED IT?

Christina
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Christina

What “mixture” are they talking about stirring in step 2? (Looks like it’s just the condensed milk so far?) Seems like an ingredient might be missing…???

Ann
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Ann

Making it today, will let you know!

Ann
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Ann

As promised I am reporting on the Crock Pot Caramel Pie! I just gave a piece to hubby, and he said it tasted like a soft caramel. It is delish, and rich. Also my 1 quart pot does not have high or low, so I found it was done in 4 hours. I did stir it every 30 minutes, and found that works the best, especially since my pot does not have the low setting. But it is very YUMMY!

Stacey
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Stacey

Made this pie today, everyone that had it, at our gathering loved it my son compared it to a twix candybar.

BrettDogAcres
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I haven’t made this pie, but I always make my caramel sauce with nothing but cans of sweetened condensed milk. I actually put the unopened cans down in a large pan of boiling water and boil them for 2-3 hours, adding water as needed. It is THE BEST and easiest caramel sauce I’ve ever had. And it’s all natural, nothing but milk and sugar. No hydrogenated oils like you get in some caramel sauces.

Ali Cooper
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Ali Cooper

Can this recipe be safely doubled to make 2 pies? I wouldn’t mind having one to leave at home and one to take to a party! If so, should the crocking time be adjusted?

Lara
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Lara

Can this be adapted for a larger crock pot??

Marie
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Marie

Save yourself some time with the whisking- overnight you can put the CANS in water in your crockpot (covered completely) on low for 6 hours and in the morning, you’ll have two warm cans of caramel. I just did it last night. AMAZING. I love caramel and just discovered this after hating all the chemicals in store bought dipping caramel.

Deb
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Deb

Can this be done as written in a 2 quart cooker? I’m considering this for my school’s “Pie Day” in November.

Lori
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Lori

I was wondering if you can make this pie and then freeze it for a later date? With the holidays coming up it would make it convenient. Have you tried freezing one?

Judith Harbst
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Judith Harbst

Just up the alley for someone who “LOVES” caramel. I plan to just drizzle chocolate syrup on the whipped topping.

Brenda Below
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Brenda Below

How many servings does one pie have?

Victoria
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Victoria

Can you add fruit to this in the assembly? Like softened apples? My husband would LOVE that.

Katie
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Katie

Victoria, Did you try with apples? I am curious too as I would love to toss some in.

Samantha
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Samantha

I make this with bananas (3 sliced,cold) and get rave reviews

Sandy
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Sandy

What size cans of condensed milk and how many cans? Also do you use sweetened condensed milk? Thanks so much! Can’t wait to try this!

Chameisa
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Chameisa

Could you make the caramel and store for later use like on ice cream instead of store bought?

Lilia Diego
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Lilia Diego

That looks deliicious!

Amber
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Amber

Could you make this into salted caramel by adding salt, or would it ruin it?

Bev
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Bev

I am going to use crushed pretzel for crust. Did this with a pumpkin cheesecake and turned out great.

Carly
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Carly

You can also cover your base with thin slices of bananna and make it a banoffe pie. Add some on top with the whipped cream too. I make ny own whipoed cream with some sugar and heavy cream and an electric beater. I find it makes it stiffer in comparison to cool whip. It’s nice to shave some chocolate over the top when you’re done too. Mmm. And for those who ask, it’s just like caramel butterscotchy jellolike toffee. Ahm nam nam.

Morgan
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Morgan

It is an awesome recipe! The only modification that I make to it is to put the can (unopened) in the crock pot. Put a towel/washcloth underneath it and cover the can with water. Then cook on low for 8 hours. It makes clean up a breeze!

Treva
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Treva

For the person asking if the milk is all. It turns to caramel when cooked. I would like to know how long to cook on top of stove.

Patricia gerhard
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Patricia gerhard

Pie is so rich and yummy I use stove top for 4 hours making sure condendensed milk left in cans with label off and continue boil making sure you add water as needed to keeps cans completly under water. top with choc.chips and pecans

Elizabeth Saville
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Elizabeth Saville

I made this today and my family and boyfriend went nuts for it! I didn’t place any toffee on it just the cool whip. Its very rich but very good!

Gena
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Gena

How would you make it less rich? I thought about mixing it with cool whip? Also, how would you make a chocolate topping?

Ronda Douglas
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I love caramel and butterscotch so I cooked this then stirred into the mixture 2 tbl of butterscotch topping then followed as dir

Heather
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Heather

I am slightly confused. The only thing that goes in the crock pot for hours is condensed milk and it comes out tasting like caramel???

Debra Fugate
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Debra Fugate

Do you use a crockpot or slow cooker?

ruth
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ruth

i have actually seen this recipe somewhere else but it was slightly different but not much. I’m going to make it for Thanksgiving!

Holly
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Holly

Now, wonder if you could use the carmel from the pie and make a strawberry pretzel salad, and instead of the strawberries add the carmel on top so you have the sweet and the salty??

John CW
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John CW

I made this last week via the “sweetened condensed milk cans in slow cooker” method. I put 4 cans in on low setting and let “stew” for about 10 hours (mainly because I thought about it in the evening and wanted it ready for the next morning Used 2 cans for each pie. The hardest part is not making a mess — really it’s a fairly idiot-proof recipe ( thank goodness). Made one with pecans and crumbled Heath bar and the other with pecans and crumbled Butterfinger. My only beef is that it was very runny. I ended up putting… Read more »

Jaimie
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Jaimie

Hi, how far in advance can I prepare this pie? Can I make the caramel today and put the pie together on Thanksgiving? Or would the caramel consistency change?

tiffany
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tiffany

I am cooking this right now…its only been in for about 2 hours on low and it kinda smells like it is burning..is that normal or is that just from it on the sides of the crockpot?

Val
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Val

I have mine resting in the fridge right now. I am also concerned it is going to be runny it was pretty runny putting it in. I hope I didn’t ruin it I wanted to add marshmellow to it so I put some marshmellow creame with the caramel befor putting onto the crust. I guess we will see soon enough if it thickens up. Thanks for posting this it looks delish and I’m crossing my figures it turns out for me.

debbie
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debbie

wont let me pin it, says can’t find image.

Susan
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Susan

Wanted to add to my post.

I did layer it, one can of caramel, a thin layer of cooked apples, then the second can of caramel.

Coming out of the freezer this afternoon it’s soft set but soon out of the freezer it’s just as runny.

It’s still very yummy but what can I do to make sure it sets up right next time?

Laura
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Laura

My parents live on an island in the city Boca Grande. A restaurant on the island makes Boca Banana pie. They make the caramel sauce using the unopened can method. Spread sliced bananas in the bottom of a graham cracker crust. Add pecans and pour the caramel sauce over all. Yummmm

megan
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megan

I make this all the time. I peel the labels off the cans and place them in a large pot. Cover with water 1 inch above the tops of the cans and simmer for 3 hours. Slice bananas and layer them in a graham cracker crust. Refrigerate for 2 hours till set. Everyone loves this pie!

Lucille
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Lucille

i only have large crockpots? Can I do this in a 6 quart pot?

Hailey
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Hailey

Hi. I am actually in the process of making this pie. The condensed milk has been in my small dip size crock pot for 3 hours now but it’s not really the color of peanut butter yet but I am having to stir it more frequently because it is trying to burn/solidify. Is this normal or is it ready to be poured into the pie crust?

Rebecca
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Rebecca

I have a question. I cannot decide if I should make this pie in a graham cracker crust or a regular pie crust! What do you like better?

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