*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Pillsbury & Linqia. All opinions are truthful & my own.
I had one more Pillsbury product to try out – the pie crust. But you know the problem- I’m trying to not run the oven while it’s hot outside. Sooooo- I decided to see how this Pillsbury Gluten Free pie crust would do in the slow cooker. You know- for not having a recipe to follow- I was actually really happy by how great it turned out. Good thing I wrote down what I did so I can do it again- because the family loved these Dulce de Leche Banana Blueberry Pie bars.
The crust was so buttery & flavorful.Oh yes- it was ooooey, gooey goodness all over the place.
Dulce de Leche - Slow Cooker Method
- 1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- Canning Jar
- Transfer your sweetened condensed milk into whatever size canning jar you desire-
- (1 can + 1 mid-sized jar or 1 can + 2 small jam jars)
- Place lids on tight!
- Place in slow cooker & cover with water.
- Cook on high 4-6 hours or until it becomes the desired color you are after.
- Remove carefully & Allow to cool on wire rack 1 hour.
- Serve hot or store in refrigerator for 2 weeks.
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Use this to try my SUPER SIMPLE gluten free recipe using this Pillsbury Pie Crust
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