Servings: 8 to 10
A delicious twist on Key lime pie, this frozen dessert has dulce de leche, a Latin American milk caramel, tucked inside. Fresh blackberry sauce adds a burst of summery flavor and color, and balances the intense creamy sweetness. See our no-bake dessert tips.
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Make Ahead Tips
The assembled terrine can be frozen for up to 1 month. Remove from the pan and garnish with the sauce just before serving.
Look for jarred or canned dulce de leche in your supermarket’s baking or ethnic food sections. Do not use the kind in the squeeze bottle, which is too thin for this purpose.
Mine didn't look nearly as neat as the picture, but it was very delicious. I am making it again tonight.
I made this for a small dinner party, and everyone thought it was absolutely amazing! It's so easy too, and perfect for hot summer days when you need something that doesn't involve heat to make and is cool and refreshing! I couldn't find dulce de leche in the store, so I made my own by simmering a can of condensed milk for a few hours. I'm adding more dulce de leche than called for in my next batch because it's so yummy:)! Easily one of my new favorite dessert recipes.
Great tasting, so easy to make!
Excellent- very easy and my clients tasted it and literally sighed in delight- very very good!!!
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