Top Rated Dulce de Leche Recipes

Mocha-Walnut Cupcakes
Unsweetened chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, and instant espresso powder give these cupcakes a deep, rich flavor that is complemented perfectly by the dulce de leche frosting. Dulche de leche is a caramel flavor widely used in Latin American cuisine. Both the cupcakes and the frosting can be made a couple of days in advance and assembled shortly before serving.  Adapted from "Intensely Chocolate" by Carole Bloom
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The perfect entrée for a "beerunch," says Chris Wade, executive chef at Public House. "The French toast works well with an amber-style lager such as the Vienna Lager we served at Beerunch. Mill Valley Beerworks Westfalia, Sierra Nevada Vienna Lager, or Sam Adams Boston Lager work well."
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Dulce de Leche Swirl Lollipops
"You can replace the dulce de leche with Nutella, chocolate, or basically anything that can be piped. Since these lollipops take a bit of coordination, pour out the lollipop mixture a little at a time and keep the remainder in the saucepan for easy preheating." - Anita Chu, author of Lollipop LoveClick here for more of our best lollipop recipes.
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Cocoa Pebbles Churros
Churros are a traditional Spanish fried dessert coated in cinnamon-sugar,  that are similar to doughnuts. Serve this chocolatey take on the classic dish with a warm dulce de leche dipping sauce. Recipe courtesy of Post.
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Chocolate Mint & Cocoa Dulce Wichies
These bite sized wichies, filled with either a mint chocolate ganache or an orange and coconut flavored dulce, make for an incredibly impressive dessert.This recipe is courtesy of esteemed pastry chef: Karen DeMasco. 
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Not only is Sam Adams my favorite beer to drink, but I love using it with my cooking too. This milkshake recipes gets a boost from the frothy New England-style lager. 
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Aljavores
These are really easy and fun cookies to make. The best combination is the soft chocolate with the crumbly cookie. The cornstarch gives the dough a smooth texture that makes it easy to work with and produces a tender, crumbly cookie. 
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