Samoa Brownies (Caramel/Coconut topped Brownies)-with yoyomax12

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1 brownie mix or a brownie recipe that makes a brownie that fits into an 8×8″ or 9×9″ pan.
14 oz can of caramel flavoured (dulce de leche) sweetened condensed milk
2 cups (7oz, 200g) sweetened flaked coconut
1/4 evaporated milk (I did not use this)
1/2 of semi sweet chips, melted.

Bake according to package or recipe directions and allow to cool completely (or almost completely).
Place your coconut on a cookie sheet lined with foil or parchment and spread it evenly.
Bake at 350 F for 5 minutes, remove and stir.
Put it back in for another 3 minutes and check it. Stir.
If you have a lot of white coconut left, but it back in for another 2 minutes or so. Crouch down by the oven door and watch the coconut at this stage, it burns VERY quickly.
Place the dulce de leche condensed milk in a large bowl and cook in the microwave on high for 2-3 minutes.
Stir in coconut and spread the mixture over the brownies.
Drizzle the chocolate over the top of the coconut mixture and chill brownies until cool.
I stored these in the refrigerator.
*** Recipe Note****
The original recipe asks that you combine 1/4 cup of evaporated milk with the dulce de leche before heating it in the microwave. I think that their dulce de leche was thicker than mine and needed to be thinned? I found that this recipe was perfect without the additional milk when using Eagle Brand Dulce De Leche flavoured sweetened condensed milk.

Recipe based on this : http://myincrediblerecipes.com/samoa-brownies/
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52 Comments for Samoa Brownies (Caramel/Coconut topped Brownies)-with yoyomax12

  1. Adam Lewis on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    yoyomax! I love you♡♡

  2. Ver Ver on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    looks like a great recipe i wanna try it! ❤????

  3. Marissa Medina on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Ahhhhhhhhhh yassssss

  4. Diorizella Events and Crafts on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Delicious! :)

  5. ღᴍᴇᴛᴛᴀᴛᴏɴღ on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    amazing!! :)

  6. Treat Factory on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Awesome :)

  7. SmellsLikeAniseed on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    I love the fact that you tell us about your mistakes and how you fixed
    them. You are real with us and you help us learn 🙂 Thanks!

  8. Jade Mondoux on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    They look so yummy!!!! ?

  9. Ashley Natyniak on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Omg!

  10. Poison ivy Envy on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Love your videos ! I can’t wait to try this recipe but in a gluten free &
    vegan alternative ! Thank you ??

  11. WealthisoftheMind on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    I never had Samoas because I don’t like coconut. I may try these brownies
    to see how the are! (Minus the coconut of course)

  12. Rosita A on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    ? 😀 ♡ ?

  13. FunFoods on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Samoa’s are my favorite Girl Scout cookies. These look great Tammy!

  14. One Kitchen - A Thousand Ideas on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    They look wonderfully delicious Tammy!

  15. Five Works on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    LOVE IT!

  16. SuperSamiCake on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    hi tammy! i am one of your biggest fans!

  17. vitobertaudeau bertaudeau on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    gracias y compartido

  18. Petronella Wessman on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    UGH! Tammy! I’m doing a sugar free month, and you post something like THIS!?
    It looks fantastic, I’m cooking it as soon as May comes around.

  19. Pikoow on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    This reminds me very much about the Danish “drømmekage” which translates to
    “dream cake”, except it uses a white cake and not brownie. But it’s a very
    traditional cake here in Denmark and everyone loves it because of the
    coconut-caramel topping! :)

  20. Madeline Santiago on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    now I’m like REALLY hungry

  21. Madeline Santiago on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    and dulce de leche is pronounced “doolse de leche”

  22. Auron Bushido (Aurora42196) on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Lmao “because my cookie sheet was uglaaay!” -Yoyomax12, 2016

  23. Auron Bushido (Aurora42196) on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Lmao “because my cookie sheet was uglaaay!” -Yoyomax12, 2016

  24. Trenna Ingalls on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    I love your honesty.

  25. Arthel Tarrosa on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Dulchay de leche

  26. SiriusPepsiCola on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    An ugly cookie sheet is a well loved cookie sheet!

  27. Shaylas Love on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    oh yummy

  28. duckyone20 on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Shucks! Should have waited till today to make my brownies :(

  29. Ruthie on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    You could try using unsweetened flake coconut to cut the sweetness.

  30. Grave Robber on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    could you use the dulce de leche you made a video on showing how to make by
    boiling the condensed milk?

  31. Mendy Hall on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    I’m not sure if they sell the Keebler brand in Canada, but if they do, you
    could buy their Coconut Dream cookies. They taste exactly like a Girl Scout
    Samoa. ?

  32. Knipple Knight on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Why do I watch these Samoa recipes? They look delicious, but I absolutely
    despise coconut.

  33. Jaide Cousins on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    You always do such a great job Tammy!!!

  34. MsDreamcakes on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Oh my heavenly days….these look like I NEED about 10 in my mouth right
    now!!! lol You always find THE BEST recipes!!! =}

  35. Triple Treat Thunder on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    XD HAI !!!!!!!! XD when you said it was uggglllleeeeaaaaayyyyy, it remind
    me of the hyenas from the Lion king movie? When their talking about
    lions!!! XD XD XD please reply’

  36. wildheart5 on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    The microwave can really make a mess of things. I have had that happen to
    me too and then I have to clean it…ugh! These brownies look really
    delicious! xo

  37. Kat Elizabeth on April 18, 2016: (Reply)

    I love your videos. I started watching in either 2013/14 and then I stopped
    for a little bit, and I’m back, yay!

  38. buglady58 on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    i want those now!! LOL :-)

  39. chickapey on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    wow…. How can anyone not like these? They look amazing and the colour is
    gorgeous

  40. Stine Kirkeby on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    It looks almost like the Danish dream cake. That’s a light fluffy vanilla
    sponge with coconut/caramel un top. Those are sooooo good and are loved by
    almost every Dane I think. Tell me if you want a recipe so you can try it
    out.

  41. Ashley Greening on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    +yoyomax12 could you please make chocolate mint slice without coconut I’d
    love to see you make it ❤️❤️ here the recipe

    Steps:
    1- set oven to 180 degrees fan forced

    2- line pan with baking paper

    3- add 1 3/4 cups flour, 1/3 cups coco powder,and 1/2 a cup of icing sugar

    Into a bowl and mix then add 200g of melted butter mix well.

    4- press into pan evenly then cook for 15 mins and let cool

    5- add 2 table spoons of milk, half of the copha shortening (80g) and 2 1/4
    cups of icing sugar in a small sauce pan mix over low heat (2) and cook for
    4mins or untill smooth

    6- stir in 1-2 caps of pepper mint essence and 1-4 drops of food colouring
    working quickly take off heat and pour ontop of chilled base sit in fridge
    for 1h or untill set.

    7- melt 300g of dark chocolate and the rest of the copha shortening (80g)
    together and pour ontop of the slice

    9- place into fridge overnight or untill set firm

  42. FitAnge S on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    Those look yum Tammy. Lol I’ve done the boil over in the microwave waaaayyy
    too many times.

  43. Maria Camila Angel on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    I shouldn’t be watching this at 4 am. Ughhhhh

  44. Sarah Zepke on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    Ah! Thank you! My daughter made these for a bake off (we followed the blog
    recipe) and they didn’t turn out very well. Now I know why 🙂 We will have
    to try again sometime!

  45. InfinityPancakes on April 19, 2016: (Reply)

    yum more samosa

  46. jklinevideos on April 20, 2016: (Reply)

    Sweetened condensed milk goes crazy in the microwave! I heated some for a
    tree leches cakes and it exploded everywhere!

  47. Drabbestcat zero on April 20, 2016: (Reply)

    I love your channel I find it entertaining and helpful!

  48. KingKoopachan on April 20, 2016: (Reply)

    OH BBY
    I must make these now

  49. Neftaly Larios on April 21, 2016: (Reply)

    I am a big fan?????????????????????

  50. Lu Abuzaid on April 21, 2016: (Reply)

    lol…i love how u always tell us and show us all your trial and error
    issues with your recipes. very honest and refreshing! these look absolutely
    delicious. ?

  51. Kaelacraftygirl on April 21, 2016: (Reply)

    lovee

  52. amdte on April 21, 2016: (Reply)

    hi i just see ur youtube page thx so much for all delicious recipes i will
    try definitely make them :)

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