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 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 spectacular and delicate tart that is so common in Argentina is so easy to make, and your guests will love it! Serve this amazing tart with a scoop of ice cream and no one will be able to resist it.
This is the Peruvian version of the classic Latin American shortbread and Dulce de Leche treat! You can use tinned Dulce de Leche, or make your own.
So easy and yet so flavourful! I love making this tart when strawberries are in season. A perfect dessert to make when you have guests over.
Also known as caramel, Dulce de leche is very much used all around Latin America and Eastern Europe. Very easy to make out of sweet condensed milk, but this method, instead of cooking the closed tin for quite some time, cooks the condensed milk in the oven, with no tin, in a glass dish.
A spice cake mix forms the basis for this gooey, Mexican-inspired cake with a layer of creamy, caramelized flan on top.
A divine combination of dulce de leche and coconut in this scrumptious pie. Your guests are going to be asking for more!
This is not the prettiest dessert I’ll give you that but bear with me and you won’t be disappointed. Think crunchy, caramel, cream, bananas and you get a gorgeous banoffee pie. It’s rich yet light, silky yet crunchy. And the fresh banana taste cuts through the sweet toffee marvellously. This is a quick and easy dessert for one, easy to multiply if you are serving more.
These popular biscuits are sold all over Argentina and can be dusted with icing sugar, as here in this dainty petite four sized version, or coated in white or dark chocolate.