Dulce de Leche Recipe

dulce de leche christmas recipe

Dulce de Leche is a beautifully sweet, creamy caramel flavour spread/sauce that makes the perfect addition to a bowl of ice cream. It’s also really simple to make and a great gift at Christmastime. Just pick a couple of pretty jars, fill with this gorgeous sauce and adorn with some pretty ribbon for that perfectly understated look.

dulce de leche christmas recipe

Ingredients

200g Butter
200g Soft Light Brown Sugar
Seeds of 1 Vanilla Pod
100g Golden Syrup
400ml Double Cream

Method

  1. Melt all of the ingredients apart from the double cream in a saucepan.
  2. Stir until the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Once dissolved, add the double cream and bring to the boil.
  4. Simmer until thickened (about 15-20 minutes).
  5. Pour into sterilised jars and allow to cool.

dulce de leche christmas recipe

I just love this as a dessert topping around Christmastime. I have to say, I don’t know if there’s anything particularly Christmassy about it really, apart from being delicious – but that’s good enough for me. The best thing about it is how versatile Dulce de Leche is, as it works both as both a spread when cool and a sauce once warmed up slightly. On top of ice cream, Dulce de Leche makes an amazing addition to a whole host of desserts such as pavlovas, waffles and cheesecakes. Just typing up this blog post is tempting me to run downstairs with a spoon and start eating it from the jar!

Let me know if you have any favourite Christmas dessert toppings in the comments!

Eliza x

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