David’s Dulce De Leche Brownies

Just because you don’t have an ice cream maker (and can’t make the watermelon sorbetto) doesn’t mean you can’t make another David Lebovitz recipe. Why not make his Dulce De Leche Brownies? [Click the words to go to the recipe.]


They’re terrific. And fun. There’s even magic involved…

The magic happens when you place sweetened condensed milk into a glass pie plate:


Place in a roasting pan, fill half-way up with water and bake at 425 for 1 hour (or more) until the Dulce de leche (for that’s what it is now) is nicely browned like this:


Isn’t that cool? Don’t you want to try that? It makes quite a bit—look, I filled a jar with it:


I used most of the jar to make the brownies, but there’s still a bit left over. Maybe I’ll pour it on top of homemade ice cream when I try my next David ice cream recipe. So much Lebovitz, so little time!

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