Better Then Sex Cake

This recipe was posted on the cooking board long ago, I have saved it and pull it up every time I need to make dessert but haven't got around to it. I finally decided tonight I was GOING to make it. It was very sweet, very good, but I wouldn't say better then sex :-). Definitely a recipe worth trying.

One word from the wise... Don't put your hand on the top of the cake, the chocolate chips will melt on your hand and burn the sh!t outta it :-), not that I did that :-)

Better Then Sex Cake (From: Laneyu)
  • 1 box chocolate cake mix
  • 1 bag chocolate chips
  • 1 jar caramel sauce
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tub cool whip
  • 1 bag heath bar bits

Prepare cake mix as directed on box. Add half the bag of chocolate chips, pour in cake pan and top with remaining chocolate chips. Bake as direction on the box.

Mix the caramel and the condensed milk together in a bowl. When the cake comes out of the oven, poke holes in the cake with a straw or chopstick and then pour the caramel mix over the top and let sit until cool.

When cooled top with cool whip and toffee bits (I used 1/2 the bag), chill in fridge overnight.

6 comments:

Lori Lee said...

I might have to make this week!
Yum'O - I will have to tell the kids a different name or too many questions may pop up!
Six little ladybugs

Carrie said...

I have heard some people call it "Holy Cow Cake" that might work better :-)

DeborahSW said...

Lol... when I made this for the first time I made it very clear that I didn't name it. It's pretty darn good though, huh? :)

Trisha said...

I have made this for about 10 years and I got the recipe from a little old lady. I never knew it was called Better than Sex cake! That is so funny cause this lady was like 80 years old! It's so good though!

Crystal's Creations said...

I love this cake! So easy and it tastes so good! I make it for DH but use reeses peanut butter cups for the top because those are his favorites!

Amber said...

Yummy, this is a really good cake but so rich. I can only manage a small piece at a time.