Product of Argentina
- Dulce de leche is a traditional Argentinian dessert that is enjoyed across the world.
- Depending on where you are, dulce de leche can also be referred to as manjar, manjar blanco, arequipe, or cajeta. When literally translated, dulce de leche means “sweet from milk”, however, in English it is commonly known as milk jam or milk candy.
- Dulce de leche is used to flavour candies or other sweet foods, such as cakes, churros, cookies, alfajor, waffles, crème caramel (known as flan in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking regions), and ice creams; it provides the "toffee" part of English Banoffee pie and is also a popular spread on pancakes and toast.