Dulce De Leche: A creamy caramel sauce recipe!

I made Dulce De Leche last night and I am more than happy with the result!

Dulce De Leche is a sweet milk based caramel sauce that had been in my to-make menu, forever! Thanks to impulse that I finally could tick it off.
And termed as “Trial”, it came out pretty perfect!!
You see, that’s the thing with expectation. When you count on it the most, it disappoints you, and when you don’t, it surprises. Or at least it doesn’t disappoint. Whatever, there is nothing a spoon of this addictive thing can’t sort.

Oh me goodness. Only one tin of sweetened condensed milk is all you need. I’m so pleased with condensed milk making companies. Anyway.

So, here’s the famous, Dulce De Leche Recipe!

What you’ll need:

Sweetened Condensed Milk: 1 tin

A board that says “Trial” (optional)


Fill a thick bottomed pan with water. Make two small holes on top of the condensed milk tin. Place it in the pan and fill the pan with water, the height of the water must be leveled at 3/4th of the tin. Steam it in low heat for 2 hours.

Note: You’ll need to keep an eye on the water level as at any point the water level should not reach below the leveled mark. So, just keep adding water.

That’s it! Enjoy your Dulce De Leche.

Have a good week!


10 thoughts on “Dulce De Leche: A creamy caramel sauce recipe!

    • Oh! pure indulgence. I’m saving this for the weekend to try it with Vanilla Icecream and even some cupcakes with Delce De Leche frosting. The lid will open on Saturday only. Last night, me and a friend of mine just spooned away half of it. It’s addictive.


  1. I wish I didn’t make it…Im eating it all the time 🙂 Im anyways plump, and this is just adding to it. But to feel better, I’ll try it with vanilla ice cream this weekend 😉 Just to make the guilt disappear, you know.


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