No Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake with Dulce de Leche and Pretzel Crust | www.somethingswan...
Also known as dulce de leche, this dessert is divine. It's thick and creamy and has a wonderful caramel flavor. Vendors on the streets of Colombia sell it along with a type of wafer known as obleas, which basically looks like an unrolled waffle cone. You smear the arequipe on the obleas and eat open faced or put two obleas together like an arequipe sandwich. You can also dip fruit and cookies into arequipe, or warm it up and drizzle it over ice cream, bananas foster, or hot apple crisp. The
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