Who doesn’t love a Girl Scout Cookie? I love most of them but I really love Samoa cookies. Carmel, chocolate, and coconut on top of a cake makes a delicious substitution for the Girl Scout cookies. You will want to try this recipe. It’s so easy!
Dulce De Leche is my favorite cooking ingredient. (I made some ice cream with it and it was so good!)
If you have never tried Dulce de Leche it’s like a super thick, rich, and sweet, carmel. You will want to eat it right out of the can!
Samoa Bundt Cake
- 1 box of French Vanilla Cake mix + the ingredients on the box
- 13.4 oz can of Dulche De Leche
- 3-4 TBSP heavy cream
- ½-1 cup of coconut flakes
- 3/4 cups of semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips
- Prepare the cake mix according to the package directions in a Bundt Pan. I baked my for about 35-40 minutes at 350. (You can also add a small box of pudding to the cake mix to make it very moist.)
- While the cake is cooling heat the Dulce de Leche and heavy cream until creamy.
- Poke a bunch of holes all over the Bundt Cake. (I used a infant medicine dropper.)
- Pour half the caramel over the cake.
- Mix the remaining Dulce de Leche with the coconut flakes and pour it over the cake. (If you really like coconut add 1 cup. If you just like it a little add 1/2 cup.)
- Heat the chocolate chips up in the microwave at 50% until melted. Drizzle over the cake and enjoy!
Next Im going to use the Dulce de Leche to make Turtle cake!