Condensed milk is a quick and easy way to make wonderful sweet caramel, it can then be added to recipes like tarts, Pavlovas and caramel slices.
This recipe is named after Sir Peter Snell because it went so fast!!! It has been passed down through my family and is simply delicious! (Sorry there is no picture, I was meaning to take one but it had all gone before I got there)
I was fed up of buying caramel slice so decided to create my own recipe now I make them at home all the time. You can adjust each section to make each layer as thick as you want.
This recipe is a cross between egg custard and cheesecake. Rich and delicious. For best results, make this the day before you need it.
These cupcakes are chock full of fresh grated apple and sweetened with caramel condensed milk. Topped with a caramel cream cheese icing, they are rich and tasty.
This cake seemingly impossibly transforms while baking! The chocolate layer rises to the top, while the creme caramel layer sinks to the bottom. The result is as gorgeous to eat as it is to look at!
This is a very intense cake know as "Torta De Mil Hojas", a little goes a long way. The longer it sits, the more the flavours penetrate and the better it tastes!
Russian fudge has sugar, extra light cream, sweetened condensed milk, butter, salt and a bit of golden syrup to create a rich and creamy caramel tasting fudge.
This caramel mousse is made with dulce de leche which is easily made by heating a tin of condensed milk.
Nothing as traditional and tasty as homemade Argentinian empanadas filled with dulce de leche. These crowd pleasers are loved by young and old.
This almond and dulce de leche cake is the perfect choice for lazy bakers, as it’s so simple to make, but tastes fantastic.