*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Pillsbury & Linqia. All opinions are truthful & my own.
I have been meaning to do more recipes with blueberries all season. I love Yummy Bar Recipes!
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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Diana Rambles says
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Delicious and refreshing recipe. Love to eat. Visit again for some more, Keep sharing such kind of recipe.
Amy @ The Stitchin' Mommy says
Hi! Stopping by from the Simply Create link party! Love this recipe! I’ve pinned it so that I can try it later =)
have time. 🙂
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Cindy Eikenberg says
Hi Gina! I apologize for the late notice – I am on vacation this week! – though wanted to let you know that i am featuring your scrumptious Dulce de Leche Banana Blueberry Pie Bars tonight at Best of the Weekend. Thank you SO much for sharing them with us and I really want to try these! 🙂 Hope you and your family have a fantastic long, holiday weekend and hope you can join the party this weekend!
Gina Kleinworth says
Thank you SO MUCH Cindy- I truly appreciate that.
Have a wonderful holiday weekend.
Erin Moon says
I know how to make dulce se Leche I wanted to know the recipe for the pie bars. You said you wrote it down but where is it? You don’t seem to put your recipes on here so what’s the point?
Gina Kleinworth says
My apologies – that post was strictly promotional for the Pillsbury Gluten Free Dough. Back when that post was written 8 years ago, the way that brands dictated the posts were quite different and they didn’t allow for that whole recipe to be shared. Because it is so old I have not been able to get to updating it (I have over 2000 recipes shared over the last 14 years and many that are over 5 years old need some sort of updating to meet today’s recipe post standards). 99.9% of the recipes are found within each post – in a printable recipe card. Unfortunately, you happened to find one of the ones that are definitely in need of some TLC. I’m sorry about that. Thanks for letting me know – I will add it to my list of posts that need updating. That being said, there is no way for me to know who and who doesn’t know how to make dulce out of the millions of people who visit here – which is why that recipe is included.