Dulce de Leche is a sweet caramel made from condensed milk, or sometimes simply milk. Very popular in South American countries it is often found in pie, slices and decadent desserts.
This almond and dulce de leche cake is the perfect choice for lazy bakers, as it’s so simple to make, but tastes fantastic.
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 delicious caramel-like cream sauce called Dulce de Leche. You can eat it by itself or serve it over fruit or ice cream.
Slow cooking turns sweetened condensed milk into a sensational caramel-flavored sauce that's popular in Latin American cooking. Combine it with sliced bananas in a graham cracker pie crust and top with whipped cream to enjoy a dreamy dessert.
This is a traditional biscuit that is much loved in most Latin cultures. Even my mother-in-law says they're the BEST, and that is saying a lot considering she is from Argentina!