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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 50g serving|
|Energy||1271 kJ||636 kJ|
|301 kcal||151 kcal|
|Fat||6.0 g||3.0 g|
|of which: saturates||3.5 g||1.7 g|
|Carbohydrate||56.2 g||28.1 g|
|of which: sugars||56.2 g||28.1 g|
|Fibre||0.0 g||0.0 g|
|Protein||5.5 g||2.8 g|
|Salt||0.15 g||0.08 g|
|Calcium||195 mg||97.5 mg|
|*Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
|Contains 7 servings|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (30)
Finally they made a really good dulce de Leche that tastes so similar to the real Dulce de Leche. I'm Argentinian, and its very hard to find the ones I liked growing up in Buenos Aires, and this one is the closest ! LOVE IT! perfect for filling chocolate cakes and brownies. yummy!
just leave me alone with it and a spoon
This stuff is beyond tasty! Love it with crushed digestives, thick cream and bananas. Im drooling now! Make this stuff in a jar please! On the other hand - DONT
No More Boiling Down Evaporated Milk for Hours
I am a keen cook, and normally make my own Dulce de leche by one of two methods; boiling down for hours on end in a pan of water or pressurising the tins on low heat. My method makes a beautifully creamy caramel with little welcome pieces of crystallised candy. This ready made one is a perfect stand-by though - not nearly as good as homemade, but one worth keeping in the cupboard for unexpected guests!
I have made so many wonderful deserts with this caramel, it's such a time saver too!
Cheaper than dulce de leche but just as yummy
In my childhood, tins for banoffee pie had to be boiled for hours. Then they made this for me as an adult! Brilliant. So easy and convenient; we always keep a couple of tins in the larder now. Great ice cream topping as well as pie filling. Goes beautifully with an apple tart, too.
Used it to make carnations chocolate cake (on their website). So easy and delicious.