This recipe for dulce de leche may possibly be the easiest recipe ever.
I used my Instant Pot 7-in-1 DUO60 to make this. You can learn more about it and purchase it here: http://amzn.to/2q4yBin
The jars I used, I found at Jo-Ann Fabrics but you can find the same thing on Amazon here (and they’re cheaper!): http://amzn.to/2m6z2Hv
All you need to make the recipe are enough mason jars to fit in your Instant Pot in one layer and a couple cans of Sweetened Condensed Milk.
You’ll also need to use the trivet that comes with your IP.
Instant Pot Dulce de Leche
A warm, rich delicious dessert topping that can be used to layer a cheesecake or dip apples or just eat by the spoonful. Dulce de Leche is a family favourite and all our neighbors love it too.
- 3 cans Sweetened Condensed Milk: I used about 2 3/4 to fill four 8 mason jars. If you’re using the 4 oz mason jars (I used about 2 3/4 to fill four 8 mason jars. If you’re using the 4 oz mason jars, You’ll need maybe 2 to fill 6 of them.)
- Mason jars
- 1 cup Water
- Place the trivet in the bottom of your pot. Fill your mason jars with the sweetened condensed milk, but don’t overfill. Put the lid on but don’t close it tightly or you risk the jar shattering. Arrange the jars in a single layer on top of the trivet inside the inner pot. Fill the pot with water until it hits just below the lid. Replace the lid, make sure the knob is set to sealing and set on manual for 35 minutes.
- Once the timer runs out, let cool for at least an hour inside the pot and then remove and place them on the counter to cool further. Once the glass is cool enough to touch, remove the lid and whip the dulce de leche. Lick the spoon clean, and maybe finish the whole jar. Repeat as many times as you like, until your husband or your doctor stops you.
- Package with apples or other fruit as holiday gifts, drizzle on top of ice cream or cheesecake or use in your tea or coffee.