Dark chocolate is often paired with caramel or butter crunch and some wines that have similar flavors work superbly here.
The pumpkin seeds, trapped in the heat of the caramel, are imbued with an autumnal, resiny resonance.
These bad boys add in a dangerously decadent layer of caramel to create the so-called “Even Sluttier Slutty Brownies.”
1725, from French caramel "burnt sugar" (17c.), via Old Spanish caramel (modern caramelo), ultimately from Medieval Latin cannamellis, traditionally from Latin canna (see cane (n.)) + mellis, genitive of mel "honey" (see Melissa). But some give the Medieval Latin word an Arabic origin, or trace it to Latin calamus "reed, cane."