This Sugar Cookie Caramel Pudding Cake is a warm, sugar cookie cake sitting on top of a layer of gooey caramel! An irresistible and easy dessert!
Consider this your warning.
A warning that you will forget your ability to share. Your warning that you will want to devour every last bit without thinking about sharing with your loved ones.
I speak from experience.
I have been dying to make a pudding cake for so long. And kicking myself that I haven’t until now. It’s 100% gooey perfection.
While the name is ‘pudding’ cake, it has not much in common with pudding. Don’t ask me why or where the name came from, I just happily enjoy every bite. Rather, the base is a homemade, golden caramel sauce that thickens while it bakes. Pure gold. On top of that, is a puffy, sweet cake.
So, let’s chat about this caramel sauce. It can’t be any easier. It starts by heating up coconut sugar (or you can use brown sugar) , water, and coconut oil. You could swap butter here, but in order for me to think, and therefore consume by far more than I should, I make little, healthy swaps. I highly suggest it plus there is no coconut flavor. Coconut oil is all the rage right now, anyway!
After we bring the caramel ingredients to a boil, just pour it into your baking dish. It will not be thick but no worries. It will thicken in the oven! Once it bakes, it becomes ooey, gooey and incredibly addicting.
The topping of the pudding cake is no ordinary cake. It is more of a sponge-like cake that is airy and light which is the perfect pair to the decadent caramel sauce. And not to mention it is made with Sugar Cookie coffee creamer. Pretty much the best thing that has happened to my coffee. It’s sweet, creamy and tastes like cookies and frosting swirling around my coffee cup. Something I will never complain about!
I am telling you. This cake has red flags all over it. But who am I to ever pay attention to those?
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