Easy Dulce De Leche With One Ingredient And No Mess! by Sarina Hill - Musely
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Easy Dulce De Leche With One Ingredient And No Mess!

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
01/19/2014
  • Wow everyone with your "home made" dulce de leche! Your friends and family will think you slaved over this home made caramel!
    Wow everyone with your "home made" dulce de leche! Your friends and family will think you slaved over this home made caramel!
  • All you need is one can of sweetened condensed milk, a crock pot and water. Completely submerge unopened can in water, (make sure can is always completely covered with water during cooking process, or else it could cause the can to bust). Turn on high, cover, and it do it's thing for 3 hours.
    All you need is one can of sweetened condensed milk, a crock pot and water. Completely submerge unopened can in water, (make sure can is always completely covered with water during cooking process, or else it could cause the can to bust). Turn on high, cover, and it do it's thing for 3 hours.
  • Once the 3 hours are up, turn off crock pot and let cool before removing the can. Then after it has cooled just remove the can, open, and voila! You have now transformed the condensed milk into gooey, creamy delicious caramel!!! Enjoy!
    Once the 3 hours are up, turn off crock pot and let cool before removing the can. Then after it has cooled just remove the can, open, and voila! You have now transformed the condensed milk into gooey, creamy delicious caramel!!! Enjoy!
  • For a more semi-runny consistency, great for sauces and drizzles only boil for 90 minutes. You can also submerge can in water filled pot and boil on stove for 3 hours.

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