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.
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.
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This was AMAZING!!!!! And so easy to make. I plan to keep one in my freezer throughout the summer. I did up the lime zest and juice slightly the second time I made it and I think it made a big difference in flavor. Also, it takes more than 5 minutes inverted to come out of the loaf pan. I ran the sides under hot water and then ran a knife around the edges. That loosened it immediately.
Mine didn't look nearly as neat as the picture, but it was very delicious. I am making it again tonight.
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