I love a good combination of flavors. Whether that is spicy and mild, a lot of flavor mixed with none at all, chocolate and mint, chocolate and peanut butter or sweet and salty, I love everything that combines two opposites. The most common one I have found is salty and sweet. It is something that I barely ever remember seeing as a kid, but it has been booming these days. Everywhere you turn, there is salty and sweet something – which is cool and a little strange all at the same time.
I am all for trying new foods but only when I think it really is going to be good. I was not sure that was a possibility when I was first introduced to salted caramel cupcakes so I didn’t give them a chance. However, all my friends who tried them said they were amazing, so I knew I had to try them, after all. When I went back for on, they were gone! But the girl who made them gave me her recipe so I went home and got cooking. The result was a fun, rich and chocolatey cupcake filled with caramel and then dusted with a light coating of salt. It is so interesting and yet so delicious!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Table for Two.
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