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Sweet Tooth Sweet Life - A Love of Food, Fitness, & Fashion. Dulce de leche, so easy to make. I was at my mom’s house this past weekend watching college basketball and helping her cook.

Dulce de leche, so easy to make

She was going to make dulce de leche to use in several things she was making. Dulce de leche is incredibly easy to make. All you do is heat a can of sweetened condensed milk in water for several hours until the condensed milk transforms into this amazing caramel treat inside. My mom usually does this in a pan of boiling water for a few hours, but I told her I had seen it done in a crock pot. We were both intrigued by the idea we saw on A Year of Slow Cooking, so thought that we would give it a try? You need 2 cans of sweetened condensed milk, crock pot, and water! Step 1: Remove the label from the cans of sweetened condensed milk. Step 2: Place the cans on their side inside the crock pot. Step 3: Fill the crock pot with water so that there is at least an inch of water covering the top of the cans.

Step 4: Set the crock pot on low and cook the cans in water for 8 hours. Sweet Blessings. 25 Easy Nutella Recipes. “Homemade” Dulce de Leche. NOTE: Please read all instructions below.

“Homemade” Dulce de Leche

It’s very important to keep the water level above the cans at all times, as well as keep the heat on very low. (See alternate methods at the bottom of this post!) Dulce de Leche is a heavenly substance. At first glance, it looks a little like caramel, but it’s actually sweetened milk that’s been heated long enough to cause a caramelizing to occur. That’s the long-winded explanation, so here’s the short one: It’s creamy, dreamy substance used as an ingredient in so many desserts. This is a can of ready-to-go dulce de leche, but I’ve always thought it was cool that you can pretty much make this yourself by simmering cans of sweetened condensed milk! Of course, you might also have trouble finding sweetened condensed milk in that scenario. Start with regular ol’ cans of sweetened condensed milk, otherwise known as the nectar of life. Put it in coffee. Or make dulce de leche, which is what we started doing to begin with! Pour water right into the pot…

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After posting that article we had a commenter ask us to reveal what our favorite online cooking website were, which could serve as cheap alternatives to the more expensive hard (and soft) cover cookbooks. Personally, I’ve spent a ton of time over the last couple of years perusing food blogs — some VERY fancy ones meant for far more experienced chefs than I, and some simpler ones (which are more my speed). I go weak in the knees for beautiful food photography, and I’m always intrigued to see how food bloggers use text, lighting, and unique props to make their recipes sing. Unfortunately, I do not live inside the picture-perfect world of a food blogger, and a lot of the food that Chelsea and I create doesn’t look as appetizing as the food produced by professional food bloggers — and that’s OK!

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