Didn't Cooking Light have a Dulce de Leche recipe?
Editing to add: Found it on the recipe finder.
Dulce de Leche
From Cooking Light
Dulce de leche (DOOL-seh-deh-LEH-chen) is Argentina's national dessert. The traditional recipe calls for whole milk to be boiled down into a sweet, fudgy paste. Our shortcut, which uses fat-free sweetened condensed milk, yields an authentic flavor with a fraction of the effort and fat.
This recipe goes with Dulce de Leche Crepes
1 (14-ounce) can fat-free sweetened condensed milk
Preheat oven to 400°.
Pour the sweetened condensed milk into a 9-inch pie plate, and cover with foil. Place the pie plate in a shallow roasting pan. Add enough hot water to the pan to come halfway up the sides of the pie plate. Bake the milk at 400° for 1 1/2 hours, adding additional water as needed.
Remove the pie plate from the water. Uncover, and stir milk with a whisk until smooth.
Yield: 2/3 cup (serving size: about 1 tablespoon)
NUTRITION PER SERVING
CALORIES 112 (0.0% from fat); FAT 0.0g (sat 0.0g, mono 0.0g, poly 0.0g); PROTEIN 3.1g; CARB 24.4g; FIBER 0.0g; CHOL 5mg; IRON 0.0mg; SODIUM 41mg; CALC 102mg;
Cooking Light, JUNE 2001
I personally love Haagen Daazs' Dulce de Leche ice cream. If I made it myself, I'd probably gorge on it until I was sick!
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