Pancakes with Dulce de Leche: Start the day sweet!

Eat our pancakes with dulce de leche for breakfast and sweeten your morning. Everything is better when you have a good morning, right? If you want an easier start to the day, make the pancake batter the night before. Dulce de leche has to cook for a long time anyway and then chill, so you should make it the day before anyway and you’ll kill two birds with one stone.

It is very easy to make the delicious Latin American caramel cream yourself. Just put the can in the water, watch a movie while you wait, and you’re done. Homemade food is always tastier than purchased, #CookYourself! You can also try these delicious Alfajores or our Banoffee Pie. Or in the morning, like in Latin America, on toast with cheese.

Breakfast is a wonderful thing, and above all, these egg tarts with dulce de leche make the whole day easier. So, here are some smart ideas for your morning, because why not prevent a bad morning?

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Pancakes with homemade dulce de leche on a plate, with chocolate and nuts.


Start the day sweetly: pancakes with dulce de leche


We all deserve a sweet breakfast, and we hit the jackpot with these homemade dulce de leche pancakes.


  1. Remove the label from the can of sweetened condensed milk and place it in the pot. Fill the jar with water to cover and bring to a boil. Simmer on low for 2 hours, then let the finished dulce de leche container cool and pour into a glass. The cream can be stored in the refrigerator for about 3 weeks.

  2. Beat the eggs in a large bowl until foamy. Sift the flour and mix. Then add sugar, vanilla sugar and salt, mix and gradually pour milk. Add more milk as needed to create a creamy but runny batter.

  3. Heat some oil in a pan and fry for about 3 minutes until a ladleful of batter is done on each side. Meanwhile, chop the chocolate, pistachios and almonds and set aside.

  4. Spread dulce de leche on the finished pancakes and decorate with chocolate and nuts.

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